Integration courses for specific target groups
BSB Erwachsenenbildung GmbH offers many special types of courses. The basic requirement for any integration course is mastery of the German language, which is why the language module has the largest scope within the course. The courses are sponsored by the BAMF (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees). Below we present specific types of courses.
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Overview of our special course offers
This course provides comprehensive language and value teaching, which are the basis for successful integration. The General Integration Course has been in existence since 2005.
This course is aimed at young people up to the age of 27 and, with 900 hours of instruction, offers the most comprehensive language course of all integration courses. The youth integration course addresses the specific interests of young adults, such as career choice and vocational training.
People who either cannot read and write at all or have learned to do so in a completely different written language (such as Arabic) acquire the necessary skills in the literacy course to be able to read and write the German language and the Latin alphabet as well. Up to 1,300 hours of instruction are provided for this purpose.
In their role as mothers and wives, women are enormously important for integration. In their families, they are multipliers for the teaching of the German language and culture. They also bear the main responsibility for the education and upbringing of their children. The women's integration course prepares them for this.
Migrants with children would like to give them special support in their host country and need special assistance to do so. The parent integration course was created for this purpose. It also supports parents in their own integration.
Intense course The intensive course is aimed at them, providing the necessary knowledge in a compact form in a shorter period of time.
In addition to language acquisition, migrants need an orientation to German and European laws, culture and the rules of everyday life in Germany. The orientation course imparts this knowledge.