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Jeonbuk Province Trains Married Immigrants as Bilingual Instructors
Writer Manager Date 2018-03-06 Hit 275
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Jeonbuk Province promotes ‘Global Village School Project’, which can provide married immigrants with characterized jobs as well as can provide children in Jeollabuk-do with the opportunities for education to learn Asian languages and cultures so as to enhance global competence, so that this project is highlighted to pursue dual effects.

 

 Jeonbuk Province announced that it had performed the education for training bilingual instructors 14 times in total over the subjects of 28 married immigrants from 6 countries including Vietnam and China residing 14 cities and counties from last February 20 to 28 and so was scheduled to embark on the activities of bilingual teachers in ‘Global Village School’ conducted in multi-cultural family support centers located in 14 cities and counties from this March.

 

 34 married immigrants have worked as interpreters & translators as well as persons in charge of bilingual family environment composition project in city & county multi-cultural family support centers in the present, whereas 28 married immigrants will be additionally fostered as bilingual instructors this time, so that married immigrant-customized jobs will be expanded.

 

 

 Jeonbuk Province will promote ‘Global Village School Project’ in a full scale from this year, and so is expected to operate bilingual schools in 14 cities and counties to provide children within this Province with the momentum to learn languages and cultures in related counturies, and then is expected to play a large role in enhancing global competence.

 

 In the other hand, Jeonbuk Province has supported customized job education and employment to married immigrants hoping for economic activities since 2013, and so has performed job training programs for married immigrants so as to prepare stable life and economic independent foundation in multi-cultural families.

 

 288 married immigrants finished 31 job training processes and so 242 married immigrants of them were employed in 2017, whereas 262 married immigrants are scheduled to participate in job training education composed of 29 processes including bilingual training process and multi-cultural instructor training process in 2018.

 

Information: Multi-culture Support Team, Department of International Cooperation (+82-063-280-2832)

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