#myadapter Learn about Estonian Work Life - Professional Well-being and secret facts

Esmaspäev 26. september kell 14:00

We will have 6 meetings altogether on Mondays between 22.08-26.09

Eesti Pagulasabi MTÜ/ Estonian Refugee Council • Lai 30, 51005 Tartu, Tartu maakond, Eesti

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Have you moved to Estonia from outside the EU but have not worked here yet? Are you thinking about changing jobs? Eesti Pagulasabi / The Estonian Refugee Council invites you to share your experiences and gain new knowledge about working in Estonia: the working culture, the specifics of looking for a job here, what to expect from employers.

The aim of the workshops is to create a space that enables participants to share their work-related experiences with others and ask questions from both each other and professional guest lecturers. Most of the workshops will be led by Toyon Mohammad, Ph.D. Candidate and Junior Researcher at the Estonian Business School. On the 29th of August we will be joined by Jaana Vaus from Estonian Labour Inspectorate and the 12th of September by Laura Köidam from Estonian Unemployment Fund.

Meetings take place in the city centre of Tartu at Eesti Pagulasabi's office, at the address Lai 30 - for more details, please register.

The sessions Mondays at 14.00 (altogether 6 meetings):

22/08 – Introduction to career-self. Discussion around participants’ educational and professional background
29/08 - Work law in Estonia: contracts, salary, working and rest time. Jaana Vaus Madureira Silva, guest lecturer from Labour Inspectorate of Estonia
5/09 – Visible & hidden vacancy sources and Qualification evaluation
12/09 – Applying for a job: CV and motivation letter, job interview. Laura Köidam, guest lecturer from Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund
19/09: Interview questions and answers, as well as interview etiquette
26/09: Professional Well-being and secret facts

The work club is meant for adults coming to Estonia from outside the European Union and are free of charge. The workshops will be conducted in English. The workshops are free and refreshments will be provided.

The number of participants is limited! Please register yourself here on Fienta.

For more information, e-mail mirjam.rennit@pagulasabi.ee or WhatsApp +372 555 72 782

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By joining the #myadapter project, 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.

Registreeru

Eesti Pagulasabi MTÜ/ Estonian Refugee Council • Lai 30, 51005 Tartu, Tartu maakond, Eesti

Google Map of Lai 30, 51005 Tartu, Tartu maakond, Eesti

Eesti Pagulasabi #minuadapter

mirjam.rennit@pagulasabi.ee