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Literacy course

Sometimes it is necessary to take a literacy course prior to the integration process. Literacy, or learning to read and write in our alphabet, is the stepping stone to integration and participation in Dutch society. We work in small groups of students with a similar level. By doing so we create a pleasant and safe learning environment where each student is challenged to achieve his personal goals at his own pace.

 

About the course:

Type of course: small classes with a maximum of 5 people

Course duration: depending on level

Course schedule (days): monday to Friday

Course schedule (times): daytime

Location: Venray

Price: on request

For who?

  • You live in the Netherlands
  • You are required to naturalise
  • You can not read or write in your own language
  • You can not read or write in Latin script
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FAQ

  • Will there be other students in my class?

    Yes, we work in small groups of students with a similar level. By doing so we create a pleasant and safe learning environment where each student is challenged to achieve his or her personal goals at an appropriate pace.

  • Will the organization also help me outside of class?

    Yes, every student gets a personal coach appointed who is there for  you during the integration process

  • Will I pass my integration examination after completing this course?

    Not directly. Our literacy courses are often followed in preparation for the integration examination.

  • Can I apply for funding this course?

    Literacy is a transition path for passing the naturalization exam. The funding falls under the ‘Wet Inburgering’ and runs through the ‘Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs’. For more information about financing this course, click here.

More information

Kusters scholing & training has a separate department for literacy courses. We distinguish between illiterate (can not read and write in their own language) and other-alphabetized (can read and write in their own language, but not in ‘our’ alphabet). Illiterate people work in groups of up to four students and other-alphabetized work in groups of up to five students. Hereby students will always get the personal attention they need to achieve their goals while working at their own level and pace.

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I have more confidence now I master the Dutch language

- Seyfi Doner

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