The acquisition of the German language is central to the job search and integration of refugees. It is true that Ukrainian refugees have a chance of finding work in Germany even without German language skills. But with German language skills, there is more choice and it is easier to find more qualified jobs.
Even before refugees have learned German intensively, it can be helpful to assess their professional experience. This offer is suitable for this purpose, which helps with the self-assessment of professional skills in 12 languages.
German can be studied on a self-study basis with flexible time management through online offers online courses. The following is a selection of possible providers:
Refugees from Ukraine can take part in an integration course free of charge. In addition to orientation courses on topics such as culture and politics, this also includes an intensive language course. The language training lasts about 600 hours and is concluded with an examination for language level B1.
An entitlement certificate is required to register for an integration course. In most cases, an application must be submitted to the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees.
In addition to integration courses, there are also other language courses on offer locally .
In addition to courses, language guides also help with the acquisition of a new language. Especially at the beginning, you can quickly build up a basic vocabulary to make everyday tasks easier. Free phrasebooks are offered by buchstaben.com and the International Federation. Klett Verlag and deutsch-lenen.zum.de have published free dictionaries.
The benchmark for the acquired Language level of immigrants is the so-called Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). There, the language levels are divided into: Elementary language use (A1 and A2), independent language use (B1 and B2) and competent language use (C1 and C2). Under this link you will find a detailed description of the respective language levels. And on leangerman.dw you can find a test to determine the language level of refugees. The classification into language levels can help you find a suitable language course.
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