Active residents of Chrząstowice Borough, edition II – a project implemented in partnership with Bizneslingua Language Centre in Opole and Chrząstowice Council.
The aim of the project
The aim of the project is to organize English language courses and self-development workshops for Chrząstowice Borough inhabitants.
Three English courses will be delivered to 30 local adult residents who, on their own initiative, wish to improve their language skills.
Recruitment of participants takes place between 29 April 2010 and 20 May 2010, and can be carried out using one of the following methods:
1. phoning the project office (0 77 44 17 221)
2. Emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Registering at the Department of Culture and Education Office in the Chrząstowice Council.
Enrolment of participants will be carried out on a first come first served basis.
Opening hours: 10.00-18.00
OPOLE, ul. Damrota 10, Fith floor,
Tel / fax: 077 44 17 221,
After completing the entire English training course, participants will take a final test. Those who achieve a score of 80% or higher will receive individual certificates of completion.
The organizer of the training is the Bizneslingua Language Centre in Opole – www.bizneslingua.pl
Location of training: Chrząstowice Borough.
The form and scope of training
The project format predicts 80 hours of language learning delivered in 3 groups of 10 people in the Chrząstwice Borough. Classes will start in May 2010 and will take place two to three times a week for 1.5 hours per lesson until October 2010.
In addition, language courses are enriched with 15 hours of self-development workshops in English or Polish, depending on the level of the participants taking part in the project.
The schedule will be provided when the recruitment process is complete. English language teaching will be held in the afternoon.
The cost of training
Participation in language training is completely FREE of charge.
Training is fully funded via the European Social Fund and National Funds under the Human Capital Operational Programme, PriorityVI, Act 6.3. Local initiatives to raise the level of activities in the labour market in rural areas. The aim of the project is to organize three English courses for 30 local adult residents who, on their own initiative, wish to improve their language skills.