Reede 11. november - Reede 2. detsember
Tartu Rahvaülikooli Kunstikeskus • Vaksali 7, 50410 Tartu, Tartu maakond, Eesti
[EST below; info eesti keeles allpool]
#myadapter project is organising hobby courses at Tartu Folk High School that support language learning! These are meant for people studying Estonian and looking to practice the language, hence the prerequisite for attending is that you are learning or you've previously learned Estonian on any level.
They are meant for people coming to Estonia from outside European Union and are free of charge.
To get a spot on a course and/or find out more, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the pottery course we will make and decorate clay dishes. You can either be experienced or have no previous skills.
Place: Tartu Folk High School, Vaksali 7, Tartu
Time: Fridays 10.00-12.15, 4 sessions: 11th, 18th and 25th November and 2nd December.
#minuadapteri (https://www.pagulasabi.ee/minuadapter) tegevuste raames korraldame koostöös Tartu Rahvaülikooliga keeleõppe hobikursusi, mille eesmärk on toetada eesti keele õpet. Kursusel osalemise eelduseks on soov harjutada eesti keelt.
Kursused on mõeldud väljastpoolt Euroopa Liitu tulnutele ja on tasuta. Osalemiseks palume kontakteeruda: Mirjam Rennit, email@example.com
Koht: Tartu Rahvaülikool, Vaksali 7, Tartu
Time: reeded 10.00-12.15, 4 kohtumist: 11., 18. ja 25. november ja 2. detsember.
By joining the #myadapter project (https://www.pagulasabi.ee/en/myadapter), you will gain knowledge to adapt to the specifics of Estonia and find new acquaintances to spend time with.
We offer the opportunity to join:
🔹a work club, where we introduce the local labor market and Estonian work culture.
🔹an adaptation club, where we discuss together how to feel better in Estonia.
🔹various life skills workshops, in which we introduce, among other things, the Estonian kindergarten and school system, the Estonian e-government and everything else necessary.
🔹a men’s group, where through joint activities men can get to know Estonia and expand their circle of acquaintances.
🔹a women’s group, where through joint activities women can get to know Estonia and expand their circle of acquaintances.
🔹family activities to make acquaintances with other families who have moved to Estonia.
🔹hobby courses that support language learning.
The project "#minuadapter: adaptation activities for third-country nationals" is funded by the European Union through the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and the Ministry of the Interior. International House of Pärnu, Tartu Folk High School and Tallinn Folk High School are involved as partners.