Seminar Code: CS2141213Starts: 01 December, 2014
Duration : 3 weeks
Instructors: Panos Milios
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Analyse migrants needs in terms of basic local language knowledge in relation to financial matters, financial terminology, basic financial documentation as well as specifics of financial systems in partner countries in order to fullfil their everyday needs
- Compare good practices used for introducing basic local language on financial matters and basic country specific financial operations in old EU member states as well as in new EU member states
- Collect materials for the development of an essential Kit for migrants
- Organise and implement trainings together with language professionals and financial experts to representatives of migrant communities in order to cascade that training to ultimate beneficiaries-migrants from the partner countries
- Collect materials to create and develop an active web portal with the support and direct involvement of social partners
Aims of the seminar
To work together with social partners, such as migrant communities and financial institutes, to create a Europe wide network of relevant institutes in order to reach migrants in partner countries, and to improve their integration into local society by providing them with opportunities to gain language skills on basic financial matters.
- Migrants to old EU member states
- Migrants to new EU member states
- Migrant community organisations
- Financial institutes
- Education institutes (adult educators and financial experts involved in trainings)
- Other support organisations to migrant communities
The training material of the seminar was developed for the E.U. Project INTEGRA:
|PROJECT||INTEGRAMigrants Integrating Kit – Basic Language for Dealing with Financial Matters|
|LEADER||Soros International House (Lithuania)|
All the participants will be informed every 3 months by electronic Newsletter on courses, seminars, activities, books, articles. etc. related with the course they have attended.
|The INTEGRA Project was co-financed by the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme.|
The content of the seminar is included in the following presentation and has been translated in 10 languages:
- Useful phrases and glossary.
- Country specific financial tips.
- Links to dictionaries.
- Links to financial institutions or other support organisations working with migrants.
- Links to migrant communities.
- Links to other projects working on migrant integration issues.
- Contact details for migrant community representatives.
Cost and Terms
To have full access to the training material of this seminar the cost is: