Intercambio+ combined with our cultural handbook will unite a complementary partnership with experience in language training, cultural heritage and Erasmus+ VET mobilities. The European Commission has identified language learning in Europe as a specific issue that needs to be addressed. Multilingualism in the workplace is extremely beneficial, nevertheless approximately 50% of EU citizens can only speak and understand their mother tongue. This project intends to overcome some of the barriers of language learning combined with encouraging cultural appreciation, integration and awareness.
Produce a cultural handbook with linguistic assistance, aimed at vocational providers of language learning qualifications and Erasmus+ sending organisations operating in this sector
Promote professional development of staff and learners from all partner organisations, alongside integration of community organisations
Foster greater European cooperation in the both culture and language training
latest news from the project
Our previous blog posts looked at some of the best online tools for finding a language exchange partner during the pandemic, but as restrictions ease and more events take place, the opportunity to attend an intercambio away from your computer screen and meet...
In this series we’ve already covered some of the best and easiest ways to find an online language exchange partner, but that is only the beginning! Once you’ve met, introduced yourselves and covered some of the more basic topics, you may find yourselves searching for...
Cooking with recipes in your target language is a great way to find new and interesting vocabulary.
We’ve had a look at some of the best language learning games and apps you can use alongside face-to-face language practise.
One of the best ways to develop your language skills is to use them in real life situations, which is why intercambios are so popular amongst language learners.
On 11th of December 2019, in Brighton (UK) we had our kick-off meeting.