IA Sprog Erhverv has three different offers all designed specifically for foreign doctors, nurses, radiologists, laboratory workers, and others who are currently employed, or due to be employed, in Danish hospitals:
1. Learn & Work – online Danish prior to arrival in Denmark
Learn and Work is a free of charge online course for hospital staff who want to learn Danish before starting work in Denmark. The course can be followed by a another online course, once the employee arrives in Denmark (see offer 2).
Learn & Work consists of:
12 online lessons including three Skype meetings with a Danish teacher.
The course has a duration of 2-3 months.
A significant personal commitment is vital for success.
Free materials are provided, including access to IA Sprog’s online learning system www.ia-online.dk
2.Work and Learn – online Danish after arrival in Denmark
Work and Learn is a free of charge online Danish course for hospital staff who live and work in Denmark. The course is aimed for those who want to continue learning Danish in their free time and is ideal for busy people as it requires no attendance at a language school. To attend this course you must have a Danish CPR-number.
Work & Learn consists of:
16-24 lessons/online Skype meetings per module with a Danish teacher.
Five modules, including tests and final exam.
The course planning is semi individual. Materials are free including access to IA Sprog’s online learning system www.ia-online.dk
3. Cure Your Danish
Follow-up course for hospital staff who has no longer right to free Danish lessons and/or have passed Danish Level 3 exam (PD3).
Cure Your Danish consists of:
15 lessons/12 Skype meetings with a Danish teacher.
Five hours extra conversation practise (10 x 30 minutes Skype meetings) with Danish speaking nurses.
The course had a duration of 4-6 months.
The learning needs will be analyzed initially, and the study will be tailored individually.
Materials are free, including access to IA Sprog’s online learning system www.ia-online.dk. A significant personal commitment is necessary for success (a minimum of four hours per week).
The course is not included in ‘Lov om Danskuddannelse’ and should therefor be payed for by the local Region.
For further information contact Gitte Karlshøj at email@example.com