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Brochure about integration programme in Flanders and Brussels

Jazyk: EN

Zveřejnil(a) Karine Nicolay

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The programme allows persons integrating to acquire the necessary know-how and to further develop their skills. Which is why the primary integration programme consists of a training programme that is underpinned by individual coaching and guidance efforts tailored to the individual needs of the persons integrating. The training programme consists of Social Orientation, Dutch language lessons and Career Orientation. 

As part of the Social Orientation training course, persons integrating become acquainted with Flemish and Belgian society. Part of this training course is aimed at very practical things such as: How do I use public transport, Where do I find healthcare? What care and educational facilities are open to my children?...

As part of the integration programme, persons integrating are taught the basics of Dutch. In order to determine which type of training course is best suited the Welcome Office calls on the advice of the House of Dutch.

The aim of Career Orientation is to support the person integrating in making or learning how to make choices to lend further shape to his professional career. This is supported by VDAB, the Flemish Public Employment Service.

A programme counselor for each person

From the very outset of the integration programme, each person is assigned a programme counselor who is on hand to guide them on their way to completing the integration programme. The type of integration programme someone is in is laid down in an integration contract. The contract specifies which components of the programme the person will be taking and where and when the training course will be held. In doing so, the Welcome Office takes full account of the learning needs of the person integrating, and of the recommendations put forward by the House of Dutch and by VDAB.

More information on the website of the Flemish Government.

Autor/ři zdroje: 
Guido Decoster, administrateur-generaal Agentschap Binnenlands Bestuur
Datum zveřejnění:
Pondělí, 25 Duben, 2016
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