June 16, 2024


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English training for the unemployed

The “English Institutions” Training Center, 18, Allie des Los Plains, in Colomiers, has been welcoming a group of job seekers for a few days, who are 100% funded by the Occitanie region through English training.

Every morning, they go to practice immersion in the English-speaking world. With 100 hours of lessons in four weeks, these training classes, called Skills Plus, are reserved for job seekers, a real opportunity to take one or two levels in English. At the end of the course they take the official Linguas from the Cambridge exam.

The next training session will begin on October 11. To this end, interested job seekers should contact the English Institutional Training Center as soon as possible, which provides a written assessment and oral interview in English to determine their status.

The uniqueness of the training center is to give confidence to the learners and to provide participatory and fun teaching led by native English speaking instructors and TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) graduates. Courses include workshops, discussions, and presentations.

Founded in 1980 by Fay Rees, it is an independent and original human-level training center for English companies. The center benefits from a national qualification certificate. Expert in professional English training, English companies offer training in English but in French as a foreign language (FLE), Spanish, Italian, German etc. All training courses at the center, except those reserved for job seekers, are targeted at employees who can fund their language training through the CPF (Personal Training Account).

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