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Free on-line courses to support you in your applications

Participation in our free on-line courses is still possible!

We have opened with FutureLearn the possibility for our candidates to follow the lessons even if the courses are now officially closed. You will have access to all the training material and to the comments shared between students during the course. You will also be able to interact with all YfEj students currently following the courses.

Just one limit: you must complete the course and request the Final Certificate before the 31st of January. YfEj 4.0 is ending at the end of the month and a new edition of the initiative will start in February; our training activities cannot be split between the two editions.

Here are the courses that we promote:

  •  “How to succeed at: Writing Applications”, with about 9 hours of lessons.
  • English for the work place”, with about 8 hours of lessons. 
  • How to succeed at: Interviews”, with about 9 hours of lessons.

If you are interested in a different course promoted by FutureLearn, please contact us; we will let you know if it is possible.

 

If you are Young jobseekers registered on Your first EURES job Platform and short-listed for one of our vacancy, register on FutureLearn and contact us; we will send you a direct access to the course and a voucher at the end of the course to obtain the final certificate for free.

 

Your participation in this preparatory training course does NOT preclude access to other future YfEj economic benefits (i.e. reimbursement for language training).

 

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