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2011-09-14 10:00:04

ESPA EST 2: Self-learning Spanish Langage and Informal Leaning of Business Spanish Culture

On line self-learning services can be too an interesting tool to acquire informal learning, specially if in its methodology have been included social learning.

A good example of this are outcomes of the european project ESPA EST 2. It is addressed to Small and Medium Enterprises from Central and Eastern Europe which are interested in cooperation with companies from Spain and is aimed to develop Spanish language and business culture skills.

The project is being develovep until December 2011 and now is possible to have free access to the main products of the project in the Website, just registering in. There, you will find interesting tools to facilitate you informal learning in Business in Spain:

• A professional e-learning course of Spanish, that combines learning a language with business education. A practical tool developing linguistic skills in professional context, including: dialogues, exercises, vocabulary, grammar, additional didactic materials.

• A practical database of companies providing information about small and medium enterprises from Spain, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia interested in business cooperation.

• An internet platform facilitating communication between small and medium enterprises from Central and Eastern Europe with Spanish companies. Support for business contacts: looking for partners, workers, products, technologies, etc.

• Knowledge about business culture, general cultural customs of Spain and other countries participating in the project. Documents and forms facilitating access to information on how to do business in Spain.

• A Spanish-English-Czech-Slovak-Hungarian-Romanian-Bulgarian-Lithuanian-Latvian-Estonian-Polish Business online dictionary.

• A community web service for companies interested in international cooperation within the European Union.
This project is being funded with support from the European Commission, under Lifelong Learning Programme (Leonardo Da Vinci 2009-2011), and developed by six european entities: the Wyższa Szkoła Informatyki, Zarządzania i Administracji (Poland), the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Bulgaria), Iturbrok s.l. (Spain), Centro Picasso Ltd. (Latvia), Soros Educational Foundation (Roumania) and Education@Internet (Slovakia).


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