Our Practical Work Experience initiative focuses on the skills learnt during pre-employment training as well as the theoretical knowledge needed for a specific trade, craft or job function.
The training emphasises the practical applications of the acquired skills and it provides the much-needed hands-on instruction in a specific trade. It works as a connecting link between theoretical education and the real working environment. The work placements are conducted in our own social enterprises or with partner organisations.
The Practical Work English program helps build General English skills by working on practical, work-related vocabulary, and focuses on the language needed in the workplace and help participants gain the means to express themselves effectively in English in their workplace. When English is a second or a third language for many adults in the people seeking asylum community, it is often very hard to grasp English in a classroom setting, people learn better in a practical environment and are able to use and practise their new vocabulary.