General Integration Course
The course includes 600 lessons + 100 lessons in the orientation course. The aim is to teach participants the German language up to level B1 and to familiarise them with life in Germany. It concludes with the DTZ language test (German Language Test for Immigrants).The orientation course deals with subjects such as the structure of the state, fundamental rights, history and responsibility, as well as duties and culture in Germany). Last, but not least, it covers values such as tolerance and equality between men and women. After completing the course, participants take the LiD test (Life in Germany).
Integration course with literacy
The literacy course is all about learning to read and write in German. The course consists of 900 lessons, but may be extended to 1200 lessons. There are also 100 lessons in the orientation course (see general integration courses). The course consists of a basic literacy course, the advanced literacy course A and the advanced literacy course B, each with 300 lessons. The aim is for you to successfully complete the German Test for Immigrants (DTZ) and the Life in Germany test (LiD) at the end of the course.
A2 Work-related Language Course
Are you one of those who were not successful in the DTZ (Deutsch-Test für Zuwanderer - German Language Test for Immigrants) exam and did not reach the A2 Level, but still want to learn German? Then the A2 Work-related Language Course is the right choice for you. It consists of 400 lessons. This course concludes with the telc A2 German exam ('telc' stands for ‘The European Language Certificates’). To participate, you need an authorisation certificate issued by the job centre or the employment agency. If you fail, this course may be repeated.
Are you one of those who did not pass the German Language Test for Immigrants (DTZ), but you definitely want to continue learning the German language and reach level B1? Then this course is for you. The 400 lessons will focus primarily on the language skills for simple work-related activities and passing the telc B1 exam, which concludes the course. ('telc' stands for The European Language Certificates). To participate, you need an authorisation certificate issued by the job centre or the employment agency. If you fail, this course may be repeated.
Integration course for women
The women's integration course aims to make you linguistically ready for life in Germany in up to 1000 lessons. In addition to the content of the General Integration Course, it offers you the following special features. You will get to know your children's kindergartens or schools as part of the course. Your course will be led by a woman. You will meet other women in the course who have interests similar to yours. In the course, you will talk about topics that are of particular interest to you, for example, the upbringing and education of your children and special advisory services at your place of residence. You will also talk about the differences and similarities between the lives of women in Germany and in your home countries. After completing the course, you may take the German Language Test for Immigrants (DTZ) and the Life in Germany test (LiD).
Integration course for those learning the Latin alphabet
The participants can already read and write in their mother tongue. However, they are not familiar with writing in the Latin alphabet, which is used in German, English or French. The course includes all the normal topics and linguistic means of communication of an integration course, with a lot of emphasis at the beginning on learning the Latin alphabet. The course may include up to 1000 lessons (900 lessons + 100 lessons in the orientation course). This course also concludes with the two final tests - German Language Test for Immigrants (DTZ) and Life in Germany (LiD).