Work Integration Luxembourg
The labour market in Luxembourg is often a new world for people with a refugee status. In addition to unknown occupational fields and job profiles, working conditions and values in companies also differ from previous experiences.
The aim of our seminar is to enable people who have been given the refugee or subsidiary protection status, to plan the next steps for their career start or a new professional approach.
In order for the participants to be aware of their strengths and abilities, we work together to draw up an individual educational and professional biography and compile job-related competencies.
A large part of the skills that are used in the profession are not documented in certificates, but are learned over the course of a lifetime.
Our seminar focuses on recognizing and implementing such competencies. The CH-Q competence management supports the participants in becoming aware of their own abilities and competencies and in creating an individual competence profile. Afterwards, a realistic plan of action is established which contains the next professionally relevant steps and goals of the participants. The participants are actively supported in the further implementation of this plan of action.
A new seminar in French will take place from 11 November to 5 December in cooperation with the ADEM (Agency for Employment).
Location : Esch-sur-Alzette
An informational event for all interested persons will take place on 29 October at 10.00 AM at the ADEM in Hamm.
Please contact your ADEM consultant or directly firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our consultants Simone Harion and Angelika Brand will be happy to provide you with further information.
The "Guide du Jobmatching" [Job Matching Guide] is a practical guide into how the advice and integration of people with disabilities can be built up and provides a “best of” questions and answers from our counselling experience.
You can download it in a PDF version (French or German) or print it here:
The date of the training seminar GesoL- Health-Oriented Career Guidance in German is fixed!