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German courses/ Integration courses/ Job-related courses

 

Hello-World-In-Several-Languages

Who wants to work in Germany, should be able to speak and write German. Depending on the profession and employer knowledge we recommend German on level B1 or higher.

There are normal and special German courses.

 

1. “normal” German courses

For German course providers please contact the Regionalbüro für berufliche Fortbildung:

Regionalbüro für berufliche Fortbildung Tuttlingen
Obere Hauptstraße 4, 78532 Tuttlingen
Tel.: 07461-72717
Email: tuttlingen@regionalbuero-bw.de

2. Special German courses

a) Without German knowlegde

Integration courses (German language and orientation courses)

Inhalt: Deutsch (bis maximal B1) und Themen wie: deutsche Rechtsordnung, Geschichte, Kultur und Werte.

How to register for a course:

  • Fill out the application form for an integration course issued by the Federal Agency for Migration and Refugees (Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge). You can get this application form from language schools.
  • You will get the answer by phone or by mail (may take 2-3 weeks)
  • Once your application is accepted you can get a grant to cover some of the costs of the integration course. You will only have to pay a low contribution to take part.
  • You do not have to be registered as “looking for work” (arbeitssuchend) to take part in an integration course. But it is a good idea to register as “looking for work”, because you then get additional advice from the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit).

b) With German knowledge (completed level A1)

Job-related German course (1 course per quarter)

Specialized Vocabulary, grammar, written and oral communications that are needed in particular work.

Type of courses:

  • Courses funded by the Federal Office for Migration and refugees and ESF
  • Fee-based courses for employees (participation fee 3,20 € per lesson)

It can participate, who:

  • Has migration background
  • Has little knowledge of German and is too little qualified to find a job
  • Is registered as job seeker (with SGB II (Harz IV) or SGB III (unemployment benefits)
  • Takes part in federal programs “ESF integration Directive covenant” or “the ESF federal program for live and refugees II”
  • Needed German language to secure his job
  • Has completed an integration course by the Federal Office and has sufficient knowledge of German

Consultation, competence assessment (this means check language level)

  • Districts Rottweil + Tuttlingen: DAA, Frau Berger, Tel.: 07431/3339
  • District Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis: Vatter Bildungszentrum, Frau Blessing, Tel.: 07721-58288

 

Further language

School which are not at the Professional Training Network you find here: www.webgis.bamf.de

 

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Benefit from services and new offers early and make your contribution to supporting the WelcomeCenter Gewinnerregion

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Förderer

Become a supporter

Benefit from services and new offers early and make your contribution to supporting the WelcomeCenter Gewinnerregion

Find information and become a supporter here.

List of actual supporter (PDF)

Welcome-App

Get tips and information about the Welcome Center easily from the Welcome App.

The official app for Android and iOS can be downloaded for free in Google Play and Apple Store.

 

 


German courses/ Integration courses/ Job-related courses

 

Hello-World-In-Several-Languages

Who wants to work in Germany, should be able to speak and write German. Depending on the profession and employer knowledge we recommend German on level B1 or higher.

There are normal and special German courses.

 

1. “normal” German courses

For German course providers please contact the Regionalbüro für berufliche Fortbildung:

Regionalbüro für berufliche Fortbildung Tuttlingen
Obere Hauptstraße 4, 78532 Tuttlingen
Tel.: 07461-72717
Email: tuttlingen@regionalbuero-bw.de

2. Special German courses

a) Without German knowlegde

Integration courses (German language and orientation courses)

Inhalt: Deutsch (bis maximal B1) und Themen wie: deutsche Rechtsordnung, Geschichte, Kultur und Werte.

How to register for a course:

  • Fill out the application form for an integration course issued by the Federal Agency for Migration and Refugees (Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge). You can get this application form from language schools.
  • You will get the answer by phone or by mail (may take 2-3 weeks)
  • Once your application is accepted you can get a grant to cover some of the costs of the integration course. You will only have to pay a low contribution to take part.
  • You do not have to be registered as “looking for work” (arbeitssuchend) to take part in an integration course. But it is a good idea to register as “looking for work”, because you then get additional advice from the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit).

b) With German knowledge (completed level A1)

Job-related German course (1 course per quarter)

Specialized Vocabulary, grammar, written and oral communications that are needed in particular work.

Type of courses:

  • Courses funded by the Federal Office for Migration and refugees and ESF
  • Fee-based courses for employees (participation fee 3,20 € per lesson)

It can participate, who:

  • Has migration background
  • Has little knowledge of German and is too little qualified to find a job
  • Is registered as job seeker (with SGB II (Harz IV) or SGB III (unemployment benefits)
  • Takes part in federal programs “ESF integration Directive covenant” or “the ESF federal program for live and refugees II”
  • Needed German language to secure his job
  • Has completed an integration course by the Federal Office and has sufficient knowledge of German

Consultation, competence assessment (this means check language level)

  • Districts Rottweil + Tuttlingen: DAA, Frau Berger, Tel.: 07431/3339
  • District Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis: Vatter Bildungszentrum, Frau Blessing, Tel.: 07721-58288

 

Further language

School which are not at the Professional Training Network you find here: www.webgis.bamf.de

 

Förderer

Become a supporter

Benefit from services and new offers early and make your contribution to supporting the WelcomeCenter Gewinnerregion

Find information and become a supporter here.

List of actual supporter (PDF)

Welcome-App

Get tips and information about the Welcome Center easily from the Welcome App.

The official app for Android and iOS can be downloaded for free in Google Play and Apple Store.