We are pleased to be a participant in a new project supporting migrants and NEET individuals with vocational transition training into core work areas. The project will provide key words and phrases for individuals to learn and move more swiftly into work in their new country.
LENT aims to map the key language needs of 4 niche
sectors as a basis for a web and mobile based
language application for the use of early stage language
learning. The 4 niches are:
1) Historical tourism
2) Outdoor tourism
3) Event tourism
4) Culinary tourism
Now with FREE web app – if you type in the LENT web address https://translate.lent-train.eu/ in the internet search box and you will be able to download it.
The 1000 words and phrases will be developed on the following basis. 400 words will be everyday or core words, the basic building blocks for speaking a language. (We will include a good proportion of everyday words and phrases that a tourist is likely to want to use or understand). 600 specialist words and phrases will be developed, spread across the 4 niche tourism areas described above.
The vision of the project is to increase the use of foreign language in the tourism sector, giving even small businesses the chance to grow and benefit of incoming guests from outside the EU.
RLN is at the start of a new project aimed at helping refugees and migrants with immediate language issues as well as front line support workers via an on-line app focused on initial contact language barriers. The project will provide support in ten languages including those most needed in the current migrant crisis.
The new EasySpeak website is now fully functional offering translation and learning for oversees business in 10 languages. The languages include Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Arabic both in written and audio format. Aimed predominately at the Bio-Tech sector but useful to anyone who undertakes oversees travel and business.
We are currently working on several Erasmus + bids and are seeking project partners. Contact us NOW for inclusion in the next round if you are interested in either
- Crowdfunding and supporting better quality applications for funding
- Initial contact support for refugees and asylum seekers