of enterprises required good language skills from candidates for managerial positions
of companies said it was possible to be employed in a higher position without the knowledge of a foreign language
of the surveyed entrepreneurs noticed a significant lack of foreign language skills among candidates
of enterprises required good language skills from candidates for specialist positions
Under the framework of the project, four Project Results will be developed such as a course to learn English with specific vocabulary for the furniture sector equivalent to B1/B2 level, the creation of a digital learning platform with gamified training content, an official certificate so that professionals in the sector can demonstrate the skills acquired as well as the organisation of workshops to help language teachers and partners to be more creative and innovative.
Furniture Language Course
What will we offer?
- EU-recognized certification of their skills and competences.
- Improved language competencies
- Increased language skills in the furniture industry.
- Students have access to online training materials.
- Furniture workers better understand the needs of foreign customers.
- Users learn new ways of approaching language learning.
- Distance learning with online tools and creative techniques.
- Increased professional networking opportunities.
- Access to e-learning tools and materials.
- Change to compete in the market.
Benefits for language teachers
- New approach to vocational language learning.
- More creative approach to teaching vocational language.
- An additional tool to work out organisational climate, personal and professional development.
- Be exposed to new methodologies in vocational language learning and CLIL, and in cerification of language.
- An increased motivation for work.
- Exchange experience, knowledge and ideas.
- Opportunities to build strong links between other language teachers and furniture companies.
- Free access to all data and materials developed throughout the project.
FURNICERT involves five organisations from Poland, Spain, Greece and Ireland.