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Each country runs its own programs based on these aims, such as teaching language skills to newcomers, offering further education alongside employment at bet5365亚洲版 and helping young people in deprived areas with their homework.
Homework support and mentoring
In 瑞典, bet5365亚洲版 has carried out fundraising initiatives and collaborations such as spinning and running events where the starting fee has been donated to charity, e.g. Kista Sports Club and 保存 the Children. We’ve also started a partnership with the Bling mentoring network, and bet5365亚洲版 staff help young people with their homework in Kista library in partnership with the Red Cross.
Vocational qualifications at bet5365亚洲版
In 挪威, bet5365亚洲版 staff have the opportunity to study for a vocational qualification while working at bet5365亚洲版. At present, 20 bet5365亚洲版 staff are completing apprenticeships in the fields of construction/property and industrial catering.
The Norwegian vocational qualification is based on a combination of academic study and apprenticeship in a specific profession. Training includes college studies and a practical element. After completing the apprenticeship, students are required to take a vocational test and are awarded an apprenticeship qualification if successful.
The Norwegian parliament has passed a bill that entitles catering and construction employees to study for this vocational qualification while remaining in paid employment.
Language training in 丹麦
As an employer, bet5365亚洲版 offers all its foreign employees language lessons. Good language skills facilitate integration and boost employee confidence. Danish language training association De Danske Sprogcenterer has partnered with bet5365亚洲版 to provide language training to its employees.
In 芬兰, bet5365亚洲版 is participating in a campaign promoting an open and non-discriminatory work culture, “Jobs don’t discriminate”.