Job Fair For Seasonal Positions
Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund invites you to the Job Fair for Seasonal Positions, which will be held on April 5 at 12:00 -17:00 in the building atrium Mare Tallinn University (Sadama-5, III floor).
At the fair companies are looking for workers for the spring and summer seasons, and for a longer period. The opportunities provided by EURES and the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund will be introduced as well.
More information can be found here: http://www.tootukassa.ee/index.php?id=15672, http://www.eures.ee/?lang=en
ЯРМАРКА СЕЗОННЫХ РАБОТ
Эстонская Страховая Касса по Безработице приглашает Вас на ЯРМАРКУ СЕЗОННЫХ РАБОТ, которая состоится 5 апреля c 12:00 до 17:00 в здании Таллиннского Университета атриум Маре (Уус-Садама 5, III этаж).
На ярмарке участвуют предприятия Таллинна и Харьюмаа, которые ищут работников как на весенне-летний сезон, так и, по возможности, на более длительный период. Также будут представлены сеть трудового посредничества EURES и Эстонская Страховая Касса по Безработице.
С дополнительной информацией можно ознакомиться здесь: http://www.tootukassa.ee/index.php?id=15672
Adaptation course for new immigrants in Estonia. http://www.integrationresearch.net/adaptation-course.html
Adaptation course for New Immigrants in Estonia celebrated today, February 23 the Estonian Independence Day at the ImmiSoft Research and Education Center for New Immigrants, in Nõmme.
Lecturer was Sulev Valdmaa from Jaan Tõnisson Institute
Topic: Soviet occupation. Life under Soviet rule 1944–1991. The "Singing Revolution" and the restoration of independence. National Symbols.
Free Estonian language courses at the level of A2 - B1 for third country nationals with fewer opportunities has been opened.
The course is provided for third country nationals with restricted opportunities living in Estonia
Free Estonian Language Courses for the Intermadiate Level (B1) for third country nationals living in Estonia has been launched in December 2012 by ImmiSoft Ltd at WTCT Building (Jõe Str 9, 5th floor) in Tallinn in the framework of the MISA project "Estonian Language Courses for Third Country Nationals with restricted opportunities in Estonia".
You do not have to be a new immigrant in order to apply for this course. The course is provided for third country nationals with restricted opportunities living in Estonia (e.g. unemployed, young mothers, low-income persons, retired, disabled, etc.) who are interested in applying for a long-term residence permit, or wish to work/study further in the Estonian language.
The aim of the training course is to develop the language knowledge from the basic level to the level of independent use of the Estonian language (the threshold of communication).
The volume of the Estonian language course is 120 academic hours (includes 100 contact hours) aimed at the desired intermediate language level B1. The course content integrates language learning with several topics of the Civic education needed to prepare you for the citizenship examination. The length of the course is 12-25 weeks, 4 hours twice a week. After graduation you will recieve a certificate and you will be registered for the national B1 level exam.
ImmiSoft Ltd. will hold the courses at the New Immigrants’ Education Centre in Tallinn and you can register via a form available at http://www.integrationresearch.net/free-estonian-courses.html.
Adaptation Club for Newcomers in Estonia - Estonian Langauge, Society & Culture
Considering the needs of newcomers in Estonia since October the new adaptation e-course was launched by ImmiSoft and Integration Research institute in Estonia.
The adaptation e-course which makes the Estonian language learning accessible for all English-speaking expatriates in Estonia teaches the Estonian language and culture and provides knowledge about life and society in Estonia. The main focus is on Estonian language teaching at the level of A2 which is integrated with several topics providing knowledge about life, culture and society in Estonia. With language learning videos we walk you through various communication situations of your everyday life and show you how to communicate more effectively in Estonia. According to the needs and wishes of the participants help and advice in socio-economic issues is provided as well. For those interested, we also organize excursions and gatherings for special occasions. After graduation participants will receive a certificate.
The course includes 68 topics:
- Estonian language course (48 topics), 48 worksheets, 80 videos,ca 80 interactive exercises
- Cross-cultural communication course (12 topics), articles, slides and videos.
- Estonian society and life (8 topics): webinars and lectures online (e.g. via skype) covering various topcis of society and life in Estonia, individual counselling according to the interestes and needs of participants.
Our E-courses are designed by professional teacher trainers and researchers. Language teaching methodology used in these courses help you to learn Estonian much faster and with much better results. Teaching methods used in these courses help you to acquire correct grammar forms and correct pronunciation in a natural way that is much faster and without any hard work or stress, as we know how to use the natural learning ability of your brain. In addition, in the e-course you won't waste your time by listening and absorbing your co-learners' wrong pronunciation and mistakes, thus making you more successful as well.
E-learning environment in these courses supports you 24/7, you may visit each lesson when it is suitable for you and as many time as you need on your own pace. Video-based, easy to use and convenient, they bring interactive learning activities and personal tutoring to you 24/7.Through video-tutoring and explanations on your worksheets you will learn Estonian grammar and cultural matters. Interactive tasks give you instant feedback and help you to practice your skills without any stress or need to pay for personal tutors. You receive free personal counselling anytime you need. You may attend our webinars (lectures) covering various topics and join our private chatroom.
Topics and vocabulary cover your everyday needs in Estonia. Topics are selected according to our previous research on the adaptation courses for new immigrants in Estonia, therefore these correspond to your real needs in Estonia. There is a lot of useful information integrated into these topics concerning Estonian society and life. You can also choose your own topics and design your own curriculum. As it is an e-course, our materials are always updated and present current vocabulary and facts which is often not the case with other printed course books (e.g. everyday language use and relevant information concerning Estonian society, life and other matters that you should know in order to cope in Estonia etc).
Click here to find out more! http://www.integrationresearch.net/adaptation-course.html
Ülle Rannut, PhD
Integration Research Institute
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