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Course: Creating and Managing a Website on the WordPress Platform

Course Objective:
The objective of this course is to teach website creation using the WordPress platform and to develop skills in setup and optimization to support search engines.

Course Duration:
142 academic hours (127 academic hours of classroom work + 15 academic hours of practical and independent work).

Method of Instruction:
The course is delivered through lectures and practical sessions.

Target Audience:
This course is designed for beginners in web development who wish to learn from scratch. The curriculum is adapted to the students’ level of knowledge and individual needs.

Course Content:

  • Introduction to WordPress
  • Installation and setup
  • Pages and posts
  • Creating posts or pages
  • Text formatting
  • Working with links
  • Multimedia
  • Category management
  • Using plugins and themes
  • Installing plugins
  • Installing new themes
  • WordPress settings
  • Website user management
  • Comment management
  • Working with widgets
  • Creating custom menus
  • Maintenance and security
  • Website backup
  • WordPress updates

Upon Completion of the Course, Students Will Be Able To:

  • Set up a local server
  • Configure and manage it
  • Use a content management system based on WordPress
  • Have basic knowledge and skills to manage a website

Evaluation Method:

  • Testing
  • Practical assignments
  • Examination

Requirements for Course Completion, Including Evaluation Method and Criteria:
To successfully complete the course, students must: attend at least 70% of online classes, complete all required assignments, and pass the final exam with a score of at least 70%.

Requirements for Instructor Qualification:
Experience in SEO for over 10 years. Certifications: Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Yoast SEO Academy, Hubspot SEO Academy. Clients include: Western Digital, Yoola Group Scandinavia, PullmanGroupp, Finterum, Finexmo, and other major brands.

Language of Instruction: Russian.

Course Fee: 1700 euros.

Training Program: Website Creation and Management on the WordPress Platform
Introduction – What is WordPress
– General information about website structure
2 academic hours
Basic WordPress Operations – WordPress Installation. Initial setup
– Gutenberg Page Editor
– Creating Pages, Posts, and Categories
– WordPress Plugins. Installation and Configuration
– WordPress Widgets. Menu Creation
– WordPress Themes. Installation and Configuration
– Website Backup
– Website Migration to Web Hosting
40 academic hours classroom work + 3 academic hours – practical and independent work
Advanced Settings – How to identify that a website uses WordPress, identify the theme and plugins used
– Adding anchor links to the menu and buttons
– Automatic plugin and theme updates
– Alternative migration method using All in One Migrate
– Managing website users
25 academic hours classroom work + 3 academic hours – practical and independent work
Website SEO Basics – Site Semantic Core
– Indexing setup
– Snippet creation
– Basic usability principles
– Use of SEO plugin
10 academic hours classroom work + 2 academic hours – practical and independent work
Website Creation – Creating a business card website using a template
– Creating a business card website through a visual constructor
10 academic hours classroom work + 5 academic hours – practical and independent work
Useful Plugins – Site security
– Localization of plugins and themes
– Surveys and ratings
– Social services
– Newsletter subscription
– Forum addition
– Beautiful login page
20 academic hours classroom work + 2 academic hours – practical and independent work
Website Promotion – Registration in search engines
– Integration of counters and analytics
– Website loading speed optimization
5 academic hours classroom work
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SEO Courses Tallinn

Course Title: Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Course Objective:The objective of the “SEO Website Optimization” course is to provide participants with knowledge, skills, and practical experience for effectively optimizing web resources to enhance their visibility in search engines. The aim of such a course is not only to impart theoretical knowledge but also to provide students with practical skills that they can apply in real-life scenarios for successful website promotion in search engines. Upon completion of such a course, an individual will be able to work in the field as an SEO specialist, web analyst, content manager, internet marketer, or website owner aiming to improve their site’s visibility in search results.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a set of measures aimed at improving a website’s ranking in search engines.

 

Course Duration: 174 academic hours (157 academic hours of classroom work + 17 academic hours of practical and independent work).
Mode of Instruction: Online Learning
Teaching Methods:
  • Lectures and Theoretical Materials: Providing theoretical foundations of SEO, explaining key concepts, principles, and optimization methods.
  • Practical Sessions: Working with real-life cases, analyzing existing websites, and performing practical optimization tasks.
  • Case Studies and Projects: Reviewing successful or unsuccessful SEO promotion cases, creating projects to apply acquired knowledge.
  • Interactive Sessions: Incorporating educational elements such as discussions, group tasks, quizzes, and debates for active student participation.
  • Independent Homework with subsequent assessment and error analysis.
An effective SEO course aims to strike a balance between theory and practice, providing students with opportunities to apply their knowledge in practice and develop the skills necessary for a successful career in the field of search engine optimization.
Evaluation Method:
  • Testing: Includes tests with various question types (multiple choice, short answer, matching), covering key course topics.
  • Practical Assignments: Tasks requiring students to apply their SEO knowledge in real-world scenarios. For example, optimizing a specific website, developing keyword strategies, or creating content.
  • Exam: Conducting a final exam to assess the overall level of knowledge, covering all aspects of the course.
    The issuance of an SEO specialist certificate will be based on passing the final exam with a score of at least 70%.

 

Completion Requirements, including method and criteria of evaluation:
For successful completion of the program, the student must: attend at least 70% of online classes; submit all required assignments; pass the final exam with a score of no less than 70%.
Requirements for Instructor Qualifications:
The instructor must have over 10 years of experience in the field of SEO. Certifications: Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Yoast SEO Academy, Hubspot SEO Academy. Previous clients include: Western Digital, Yoola Group Scandinavia, PullmanGroupp, Finterum, Finexmo, and other major brands.
Language of Education: Russian
Course Fee: 1800 euros.

Website Optimization for Search Engines

Introduction to SEO – What is SEO;
– Search engine targeting;
– Which search engine to target in Estonia, Finland, Latvia?
  4 academic hours
Keyword Analysis – identifying search queries people use to solve problems or get answers.

 

– Introduction to keyword concept and the need for analysis;
– Examples of numerous categories and illustrations of deep keyword analysis;
– Identifying search trends and seasonality;
– How keyword analysis can aid in business decision-making;
– Keyword discovery methods;
– Competitor and industry keyword usage analysis;
– Introduction to keyword analysis tools;
– Project examples and keyword usage;
– Differences between positions and industries;
– Keyword competition evaluation;
– Understanding search intent;
– Finding your niche;
– Google Search Console overview and guide.

  35 academic hours classroom work + 3 academic hours – practical and independent work
Page Structure – improving one of the most underrated SEO factors – How Google “sees” a website;
– explanation of page structure and optimization guide;
– anchor text optimization;
– content pages vs blog posts;
– location-specific pages;
– when to create separate pages for which keywords?

  35 academic hours classroom work + 3 academic hours – practical and independent work
Page Optimization – a complete guide to page optimization with examples – optimizing the page for search;
– meta tags and descriptions optimization guide;
– highlighting value propositions and meta data examples;
– using page title and brand in meta data;
– Avoiding keyword cannibalization;
– URL optimization;
– h1, h2, and h3 optimization guide;
– content optimization;
– Content optimization using WordPress site as an example;
– Creating domain-specific content;
– role of fresh content and content updates in SEO;
– examples and guides for different types of content (home page, categories, product pages, articles, etc.);
  35 academic hours classroom work + 3 academic hours – practical and independent work
General and Technical SEO Factors – overview of technical aspects and potential issues – Negative factors;
– Duplicate content;
– Importance of mobile-friendliness and site speed in SEO;
– Role of user experience in optimization;
– XML sitemap;
– Brief introduction to Screaming Frog;
– Technical SEO factors;
– In-depth understanding of Google Search Console.
  30 academic hours classroom work + 3 academic hours – practical and independent work
Link Building – overview, examples, and strategies – Domain properties and values;
– Popular link sources and examples in Estonia;
– Link properties and values;
– Competitor link analysis;
– Links to important URLs;
– Google search commands for finding potential links;
– External anchor text optimization;
– 404 redirects and 301 redirects;
– Identifying opportunities for unused links;
– rel=”nofollow” links.
  20 academic hours classroom work + 3 academic hours – practical and independent work
Summary and Examples – Summary of previously covered topics;
– Presentation of additional materials;
– Future of SEO and potential development trends;
– Participant examples overview and analysis.
  3 academic hours classroom work
174 academic hours (157 academic hours classroom work + 17 academic hours practical and independent work).
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Labour law for employee and employer

Knowledge of labor law is the key to success in your professional future! During this course, you will receive an up-to-date set of professional competencies in the field of labor relations regulation, including not only knowledge of the basics of Estonian labor law, but also the ability to effectively apply them in practice – during the recruitment of personnel, development and implementation of local legal acts (conclusion of employment contracts), keeping records of working hours and rest time. This approach will allow you not only to avoid violation of labor legislation, but also minimize the risks of possible labor disputes.

The scope of the course is 40 akad. hours, of which 28 akad. hours are classroom work and 12 akad. hours are practical and independent work.

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Commercial law for aspiring entrepreneurs

One of the first steps in the realization of your business idea will be the establishment of a company. This means that a future entrepreneur cannot do without basic legal knowledge and skills that allow him/her to independently and effectively solve the complex of legal problems that inevitably accompany any business. The course offered to your attention is a set of necessary legal competencies that will allow you not only to easily navigate the Estonian corporate legislation, but will also give you a professional understanding of how to choose and independently register a particular form of business, obtain a license, apply for support measures to start or develop your business, as well as minimize the risks and financial losses associated with underestimating or ignoring legal requirements.

The course volume is 40 akad. hours, of which 28 akad. hours are classroom work and 12 akad. hours are practical and independent work.

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Basic training for new entrepreneurs

“Fundamentals of Law for Non-Lawyers” an online course that introduces the basics of law and helps you understand the various branches of law as a unified, interrelated whole.

Taking this course will allow you to learn how to independently protect civil rights without resorting to the services of lawyers or attorneys.

The knowledge gained will be useful when getting married, making household transactions, organizing a business or getting a job. 

The course will be useful for those who are interested in the application of the law in everyday life.

Knowledge is imparted in a clear and engaging way for non-lawyers. Learning is based on practical examples and case law. Course instructors conduct classes in a simple accessible language, which allows you to master the training program, without having knowledge in the field of law.  

All interested persons who wish to broaden their legal horizons and learn to express and justify their point of view on legal issues are invited to the course.

The training is conducted in a convenient online format in the “live communication” mode with the opportunity to ask questions and receive targeted answers.

Course volume – 80 akad. hours, of which 60 akad. hours – classroom work and 20 akad. hours – practical and independent work. hours – practical and independent work.

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Legal bases for non-lawyers

“Fundamentals of Law for Non-Lawyers” an online course that introduces the basics of law and helps you understand the various branches of law as a unified, interrelated whole.

Taking this course will allow you to learn how to independently protect civil rights without resorting to the services of lawyers or attorneys.

The knowledge gained will be useful when getting married, making household transactions, organizing a business or getting a job. 

The course will be useful for those who are interested in the application of the law in everyday life.

Knowledge is imparted in a clear and engaging way for non-lawyers. Learning is based on practical examples and case law. Course instructors conduct classes in a simple accessible language, which allows you to master the training program, without having knowledge in the field of law.  

All interested persons who wish to broaden their legal horizons and learn to express and justify their point of view on legal issues are invited to the course.

The training is conducted in a convenient online format in the “live communication” mode with the opportunity to ask questions and receive targeted answers.

Course volume – 80 akad. hours, of which 60 akad. hours – classroom work and 20 akad. hours – practical and independent work. hours – practical and independent work.

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Курсы эстонского языка в Таллинне

Estonian language

Pursuant to the decree of the Chancellor of the Ministry of Education and Research of 26.09.2016 No.1.1-3/16/183, the NGO Integratsiooni Ühiskondlikule Algatuskeskus has been issued a licence to conduct in-service training in preparation for the Estonian language level examination.

ESTISH LANGUAGE LEARNING PROGRAMMES FOR NON-GENERIAN LANGUAGE LEARNERS

Group: foreign languages and cultures

Basis for the preparation of the syllabus: European Framework for Language Learning.

Total course content and structure:

Three different levels (A2,B1,B2).

By the end of each course, the learner will have reached the language level – A2 or B1,B2 – corresponding to the language proficiency levels of the European Framework of Reference for Languages, and will be able to express him/herself in both written and spoken language.

One lesson lasts 45 minutes. One course (contact teaching) will be based on the training programme plus ongoing independent work for homework.

Target group and conditions for enrolment.

The Estonian language courses are designed for native speakers of Russian who wish to start learning or develop their language skills in the language.

Admission is on the basis of applications. Those registering for the course will be interviewed and, if necessary, tested.

Learning environment.

The training activities will take place in premises suitable for the purpose and meeting the health and safety requirements at Vilisuu 7, Tallinn, 2nd floor. There are three classrooms with the necessary modern technical equipment (projectors, laptop, video and audio equipment, reproduction machine) for adult training. The classrooms are equipped with comfortable desks and chairs, which can be rearranged according to the needs of the training, and three staff offices.

The premises, with a total surface area of 136 m2 are located at Vilisuu 7, Tallinn, 2nd floor. The size of the classroom is chosen according to the size of the group. The size of the study group can be 8-12 people.

All classrooms have free wireless internet access.

Learning methods.

Lectures, seminars, group work, tests, written and oral assignments, presentations, role plays. Attention will be paid to the development of reading, listening, writing and speaking skills. Practical exercises will be based on the day-to-day needs of the organisation. Grammar acquisition is mainly lexical (words are learnt in compounds, expressions).

Conditions and documents to be issued.

1) A certificate of attendance or of completion of continuing training is issued to a person if the learning outcomes required for partial completion have not been met. In order to obtain the certificate, the work carried out is assessed on a rolling basis during the period of study. The learner must attend at least 60% of the training hours, complete the homework on an ongoing basis and take part in the control tests during the learning period.

2) To obtain the certificate, the work carried out is assessed on a rolling basis during the period of study and in the mock examination. The certificate is a document certifying the completion of the continuing training and is issued to the learner on completion of the assessment of the work in progress, attendance of at least 70% of the lessons, completion of the homework in progress, completion of the control tests and passing the mock examination (with a score of at least 60%) at the instructor’s premises.

Description of the qualification, study or work experience of the trainer, ensuring the competence of the trainer..

Trainers have a higher education, long experience in teaching Estonian and preparing for examinations. The teachers design the training programme, select the teaching materials and the teaching methodology on the basis of the curriculum and the needs and characteristics of the individual learners.

Outputs:

By the end of the training, the learner will:

    1. understands Estonian phrases and everyday expressions related to areas of importance to him/her (can introduce himself/herself and use very simple greetings and goodbyes, information about him/herself and family, shopping, home, work);
    2. Can cope with simple everyday situations requiring direct and simple communication on familiar topics when spoken slowly and clearly;
    3. can use simple phrases and sentences to describe his/her family, other people and living conditions and to express his/her needs;
    4. can say what he likes and what he doesn’t like;
    5. can find information in simple everyday texts (advertisements, job offers, brochures, menus, timetables).

can find information in simple everyday texts.

Objective: By the end of the training, the trainee will be motivated and have the necessary language skills to pass the Estonian language exam at level A2.

1.Conditions for starting the training:.

An in-company interview and an Estonian language test.

2.Total length of the course:

The total duration of the course is 220 hours, including. The total number of hours for a beginner level learner is 220 hours.

3.Content of the curriculum: 160 hours of language learning.

A2 Primary language skills: 160 hours in total.

1) Introduction: (greetings, polite expressions) Introduction and familiarisation (personal pronouns). Origin, nationality, languages, citizenship (interrogatives, present). Contact details (adjectives). Family status and family members, relatives and friends (phonetics, pronunciation) (occupation, age, appearance, clothes, colours, character) (gender differences).

2) Everyday life, home and place of residence: Place of residence (location, transport, district), (singular distinctive). House, purpose of the premises (staggered). Apartment (rent, taxes, prices of services, amenities), (participles). Furniture, household appliances, household utensils (subjunctive). Inviting guests, receiving guests, greetings, congratulations (subjunctive). Homework (short form).

3) Education:Education (subjects, teachers, homework). Life vocations and choice of studies (plural nominative). Further education, choice of profession (plural). Necessity of learning languages and computers (past). Vocational schools.

4) Occupation, profession and work: Names of occupations and related activities (nominative as object of the nominative). Workplace, job duties, working conditions, work equipment, (imperative) salary, holidays, collective (present and present participles). Daily schedule (interrogative subjunctive). Looking for a job. Interview with employer.

5) Service: Information about the service, location, opening hours (asking pronouns and their translations). Service establishments (hairdresser, beauty salon, atelier, etc.). Breakdown and repair work (hiring a handyman). Cafe, bar, restaurant (conditional pronunciation). Payment options (cash, bank transfer or bank card), (adjectives). Bank and banking services (deposits, payments, loans, internet banking).

6) Wellbeing, health and well-being: The human body and body parts (adjective comparatives). Diseases, accidents (adjective comparatives). Ambulance, medical emergency. Taking medicines. Pharmacy (getting information). Health centre (specialised doctors, registering for medical appointments) .

7) Leisure, hobbies and entertainment: Cinema, TV and videos (introspective, subsubscript, extra-script, companion). Theatre, concerts, exhibitions, museums. Health sports. Television and radio programmes. Friends and acquaintances (birthdays, anniversaries and holidays). Interests, cultural interests, hobbies. Media: newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, computer.

8) Shopping, prices: Commerce and shopping, shops and market (singular and plural adjective, singular possessive, adjective comparatives). Choosing goods (food, consumer goods). Situations: buyer-seller dialogue. Buying places (opening hours, prices). Advertising and consumption. Price and quality . Payment options (cash, transfer or bank card).

9) Food and drink: Food (meat, fish, dairy products, vegetables, fruit and berries, etc.), (plural pronoun, plural participle, plural participle). Places to eat and eating out. Conversations with waiters and waitresses (asking for information, orders, menu). Food preparation, recipes. Eating habits.

10) Environment, nature, weather: Location and surroundings. Buying, looking for, renting a home. Directions. Weather forecast, weather. Seasons. People’s activities and entertainments at different times of the year.

11) Transport and asking for directions: Traffic, getting around town. Public transport and timetables. Tickets and the starting point. Directions, asking for directions.

4.Description of independent work:

Independent work includes: acquisition of the material outside the lecture, homework according to the tasks given by the lecturer , preparation for the auditorium work.

5.Study materials:

Teaching material/resources used: The following study packages are used to ensure A2 language proficiency:

Mall Pesti, Helve Ahi. Aavo Valmis, Lembetar Valmis, Lihtne eesti keele grammatika, Tallinn TEA Kirjastus; Aino Siirak , Eesti keele grammatika tabelites, Tallinn Kirjastus Pangloss.

Participants in the training will receive additional materials on paper, prepared by the teacher.

Course Cost: 1600 EUR

1.By the end of the training, the learner will:

    1. can introduce himself/herself and use polite expressions, can express surprise, joy, sadness, interest and indifference, can react to such emotions;
    2. knows and uses the Estonian vocabulary that enables him/her to follow a clear speech in everyday communication, to communicate in typical work situations with colleagues and clients;

to express his/her feelings, emotions and feelings of satisfaction and to express his/her feelings of joy and pleasure.

    1. can cope with most practical situations using simple language;
    2. Can understand spoken Estonian, can enter into a conversation without preparation if the subject matter is familiar;

Can communicate in simple everyday situations in a wide range of situations.

    1. Can read a variety of short texts on different topics;

Can read a wide range of short texts on different topics.

    1. can write personal letters, notes, fill in questionnaires, make plans and deliver news;
    2. can describe a real or imaginary event, his/her experiences and experiences in a simple text.

can write a short or a short summary of a personal statement or a personal interview.

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3.Entry requirements:.

At least A2 level in Estonian. Persons who have completed A2 level training or passed the A2 level examination (A2 level certificate passed by Innoves SA), or whose language proficiency corresponds to A2 level and who wish to continue their Estonian language studies in order to pass the B1 level examination. The level will be checked by an oral interview with the training company and by a written test in Estonian.

4.Total duration of the course:

The total duration of the language course at level B1 is 260 hours, including. The total number of hours for the language learner is 260 hours, including 180 hours of classroom work and 80 hours of independent work.

5. Content of the curriculum.

B1 communicative competence level:

1) Introduction: Introduction of self and others. Close people, acquaintances and friends. Origin, nationality, languages, citizenship (family tree, childhood). Family status and family members, relatives. Family traditions. Drawing up forms and simple documents.

2) Everyday life, home and place of residence: Location, layout, furnishings. Maintenance, conditions and cost. Information on conditions of purchase, sale and rent and other services. Descriptions of properties for sale and rent. Renovation and maintenance. Housekeeping and household chores. Family budget.

3) Education: Education and schooling. Education system and learning opportunities. Further education, continuing studies abroad. Language and computer learning. Retraining (application, CV, letter of motivation, mandate, etc.).

4) Career, occupation and work: Job, duties, working conditions, tools, salary, staff. Job search. Written job advertisements. Interview with the employer. Documentation related to employment. Problems at work and how to solve them. A working day or an incident in it.

5) Service: Describing the service, explaining the method of payment and the terms of payment. Labels, signs, advertisements. Use of service and emergency numbers. Payment options (cash, transfer or bank card). Bank and banking services (deposits, payments, loans, internet banking). Insurance.

6) Well-being, health and well-being: Relief services, reason for referral. Illnesses (emergency), accidents (trauma). Request for a medical referral (also by phone and online). Ambulance summons, conversation with a doctor on the advice line. Information on treatments, medicines, as well as times, dates, etc. Buying medicines, asking for information about them. Healthy eating.

7) Recreation, leisure and entertainment: Cultural, leisure and sports facilities. Cultural and sporting events. Hobbies, leisure and entertainment. Official receptions and visits. Information and online communication. Media: newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, computer.

8) Shopping, prices: Commerce and shopping facilities. Description of goods. Communication in the shop. Shopping places (opening hours, prices, payment methods, etc.). Foodstuffs, consumer goods. Advertising and consumption. Price and quality. Discounts, leasing.

9) Food and drink: Catering facilities (menus, ordering, including via Internet, organisation of events). Cuisines of different nations, recipes. Conversations with waiters and waitresses (asking for information, making reservations, ordering, menu). Eating habits, healthy eating. Price and quality, advertising. Payment methods (cash or bank card). Ingredients, preparation methods, etc. Local and exotic foods.

10) Society, relations in society: Police and Border Guard. Tax and Customs Board, etc. State agencies. Emergency services (rescue and ambulance). Personality, appearance, habits. Meetings with people (short messages and announcements). Relations with friends and parents. Hobbies. Communication and the internet. Correspondence (personal letter, note).

11) Environment, places, nature, weather: Nature and attractions of the place of residence. Geographical and cultural features of important places. Nature, nature and environmental protection in Estonia. Seasons and climate. Weather forecast, weather. Maps, diagrams, leaflets. People’s activities and leisure activities at different times of the year.

12) Culture and languages, language learning: Estonian culture and cultural areas, cultural life. Population, ethnicity. Language skills, languages, language learning. Language policy.

13) Transport, sightseeing: Booking and buying tickets. Information on transport, travel and transport services. Tickets and how to use them. Directions, asking for directions and guiding. Getting around in the Old Town, guide.

14) Travel and holidays: Travel options (by car, boat, bus, plane, etc.). Travel advertisements, itinerary planning. Getting information, visas, accommodation, room reservations . Travel agencies and services offered. Accommodation. Travel experiences and sightseeing. Favourite places in Estonia and abroad. Holidays and activities. Hiking, active holidays.

5.Description of independent work:

Independent work includes: acquisition of the material outside the lecture, homework according to the tasks given by the lecturer, preparation for the auditorium work.

Course Cost: 1800 EUR

1. Õpiväljundid:

Koolituse lõpuks õppija:

  1. mõistab suhteliselt pika ja keeruka ühiskeelse jutu põhisisu;
  2. mõistab nii elavat kui salvestatud selgelt liigendatud juttu enamikul igapäevaelu, õppimise ja tööga seotud teemadel;
  3. suudab jälgida vestlust ja keerukama sisuga väitlust juhul, kui teema on tuttav ja vestluse suunda toetavad selged märksõnad;
  4. saab aru üldhuvitavate, regulaarselt korduvate teemade üksikasjadest (uudised, intervjuud, filmid, tuttavama ainestiku loengud);
  5. saab aru vestluse põhisisust, kõneleja seisukohtadest, kavatsustest ning vestluse formaalsusastmest;
  6. oskab kriitiliselt kuulata, teha järeldusi ja selgitada oma vaatenurki, kaaluda kõnealuste seisukohtade tugevaid ja nõrku külgi.

2.Eesmärk: koolituse lõpuks on koolitatav motiveeritud ja omab vajalikku keeleoskust eesti keele eksami tasemel B2 sooritamiseks.

3.Õpingute alustamise tingimused:

Eesti keele oskus vähemalt B1-tasemel. Isikud, kes on läbinud B1-taseme koolituse või sooritanud B1-taseme eksami (SA Innoves sooritatud B1- taseme tunnistus), või kelle keeleoskus vastab B1-tasemele ja kes soovivad jätkata eesti keele õpinguid B2-taseme eksami sooritamiseks. Tasemele vastavust kontrollitakse koolitusfirma suulisel vestlusel ja eesti keele kirjaliku testi tegemisega.

4.Õppe kogumaht:

Edasijõudnu B2 tasemel keelekasutaja õppe kogumaht on 450 tundi, sh. auditoorne maht 250 tundi, iseseisva töö osakaal 200 tundi.

5.Õppekava sisu B2 edasijõudnu tase: 

 1) Isikututvustus: Rollid ja suhted perekonnas. Peretraditsioonid, kodukultuur. Armastus ja abielu: noor perekond, lapse sünd. Lapsed (laste kasvatamine ja suunamine, kogemuste edastamine). Huvid (lemmiktegevused ja osalemine ühistegevuses).  Formularide ja lihtsamate dokumentide koostamine (avaldus, CV,   seletuskiri, volitus jne).  Ettekanded, aruanded, kokkuvõtted, selgitused, ametikirjad.

2) Igapäevaelu, kodu ja kodukoht: Argipäev tööl, kodus. Majapidamine ja kodutööde tegemine. Probleemolukorrad elukohas ning nende lahendamine. Igapäevaelu-, töö- või teenindusalased probleemid. Hooldustööd, tingimused ja maksumus. Info ostu-, müügi- ja renditingimuste ning muude teenuste kohta. Ostu-, müügi- ja rendiobjektide kirjeldus, rendilepingu koostamine.  Kaebused ja pretensioonid (suuline ja kirjalik esitlus).

3) Haridus: Haridussüsteem ja õppimisvõimalused. Täiendkoolitus (erinevate kursuste koolituspädevus). Õpingud välisriigis. Keelte ja arvuti õppimise vajalikkus. Ümberõpe. Tasuline haridus (miinused ja plussid). Õppelaen, õppemaks. Õppimine ja töö (tööleidmise võimalused).

4) Elukutse, amet ja töö: Töökogemused, karjäär, eneseteostus. Tööjõuturg, töötus, töökogemused, koormus, tööaja rutiin. Töökeskkond ja tingimused. Töökohustused. Mees ja naine töökeskkonnas.  Intervjuu tööandjaga.  Töölevõtmisega seotud dokumentatsioon Suhted kolleegidega ja töö kollektiivis. Tööprobleemid ja nende lahendamine . Töökoosolek, läbirääkimised.

5) Teenindus : Pank, pangatoimingud, internetipank.  Kindlustus, post, telefon, politsei, ametiasutused, kõneetikett. Transport, liikluskorraldus . Transpordivahendite eelistused ja liiklusprobleemid.  Juuksur, kingaparandus, fototeenindus, reisikorraldus. Makseviisid, järelmaks, liising, laenud. Kodu- ja kontori tarbed, nende kasutusjuhendid. Kaubandus ja ostuvõimalused. Telefon, mobiilside ja pakutavad teenused. Suhtlemine teenindusettevõtetes.  Õigusabi, probleemid teenindusasutuses.  Tarbijaõigused, tarbijakaitse.  Kaebuse esitamine ja sellele vastamine.

6) Enesetunne, tervis ja heaolu: Tervis, tervislikud eluviisid, halvad harjumused ja nendest hoidumine. Arstiabi (tervisekeskus, haigla, EMO). Ravikindlustus ja haigekassa, selle plussid ja miinused. Raviteenused, pöördumise põhjus. Haigused, õnnetusjuhtumid. Tasuta ja tasuline arstiabi.  Suitsetamine, alkohol, narkootikumid. Haiguste ennetamine. Tervisesport (jõusaal, orienteerumine, terviserajad).

7) Vaba aeg, harrastused ja meelelahutus: Vaba aja veetmise võimalused erineva sissetulekuga inimestel.  Kultuurielu (filmi- ja teatrirepertuaar, lemmikfilm ja -näidend, lemmiknäitlejad).  Liitlause süvendatud käsitlus.  Muusikastiilid, lauljad, ansamblid (arvamuse avaldamine).  Vaatamis-, kuulamis- ja lugemiseelistused. Meedia: eestikeelsed TV ja raadiosaated, ajalehed ja ajakirjad, arvuti.  Reklaam, inimene infoühiskonnas. Puhkuse vajalikkus, stressi tekitajad. Sportimisvõimalused ja spordiüritused. Puhkamisvõimalused  Eestis ja välismaal. Reisimine ja puhkus. Kodukoha vaatamisväärsused.

8) Sisseostud, hinnad: Kaubandus ja ostuvõimalused.  Eelistused (poed, kaubamärgid, tootjad, tooted). Suhtlemine kaupluses. Kaubanduskeskused (lahtiolekuajad, hinnad, makseviisid jne). Toidukaubad ja tarbekaubad.  Hind ja kvaliteet, tarbekaitseamet.  Sisseostud – ostukohad, hind ja kvaliteet, info, reklaam, kampaaniad.  Soodustused, liisimisvõimalused.  Interneti- ja kataloogikaubandus ning selle vajalikkus.  Oma huvide eest seismine. Pretensioon.

9) Söök ja jook: Toitlustusasutused (menüü, tellimused, ka Interneti teel, ürituste korraldamine). Erinevate rahvaste köögid.  Toitumisharjumused, vitamiinid, säilitusained, toidulisandid.  Söögi- ja joogivalikud.  Vestlused teenindajatega (info küsimine, laua broneerimine, tellimused). Hinnaklass, tarbekaitseamet, kaebuse põhjendamine.  Lauakombed ja lauakatmine.  Toiduvalmistamine.

10) Ühiskond, suhted ühiskonnas:  Info hankimine ja edastamine. Politsei- ja Piirvalveamet (isiklikud dokumendid).  Maksu- ja Tolliamet. Arvsõnad: põhi- ja järgarvud. Päästeteenistus (päästeamet ja kiirabi). Rahvastikuküsimused, EV haldussüsteem, võimuorganid. Asjaajamine asutustes. Ettevõtlus.  Töötukassa ja osakonnad, töötuse probleemid.  Ametlik kiri ja selle vormistamine. Ühiskonnaprobleemid (suitsetamine, alkohol, hasartmängud, narkootikumid, kuritegevus).  Heategevus, kirikud, erinevad religioonid.  Sotsiaalabi ja haigekassaasutused.

11) Poliitika, aktuaalsed sündmused: Info päevakajaliste sündmuste kohta. Uudised ja muu jooksev info (massimeedia materjalide põhjal). Oma seisukohtade ja vaadete selgitamine ja kaitsmine etteantud teemal.  Aktuaalsed sündmused riigis. Keelepoliitika.

12) Majandus- ja õigussuhted: Majandussüsteem ja õiguskord, sellekohase teabe hankimise võimalused. Majanduselu, probleemid majanduses.  Politsei ja kohtusüsteem.  Turvateenistus.  Õigused ja kohustused.  Tähtsamad seadused. Kohalikud omavalitsused.

13) Kultuur ja keeled, keelte õppimine: Eesti kultuur ja kultuurivaldkonnad, kultuurielu. Rahvastik, rahvus, rahvusrühmad, kultuuriseltsid, kultuurihuvid. Keeleoskus, keeled, keeleõpe.  Keelepoliitika. Suhtlemisstiilid, suhtlemine tuttavate ja võõrastega.

14) Keskkond, kohad, loodus, ilm: Kodukoha loodus ja vaatamisväärsused.  Oluliste paikade geograafilised ja kultuurilised iseärasused. Eesti loodus, loodushoid, looduse ja keskkonna kaitse.  Ilmastik ja kliima, aastaajad. Võõrad maad ja rahvad, kultuur, keeled. Maa ja linn, plussid ja miinused . Keskkonnaprobleemid maal ja linnas.  Inimeste suhtumine loodusesse ja keskkonda.

15) Transport: Piletite tellimine ja ostmine. Info transpordi-, reisi- ja veoteenuste kohta.  Sõidupiletid ja nende kasutamine. Juhised, tee küsimine ja juhatamine. Transpordivahendite eelistused ja liiklusprobleemid.

16) Reisimine ja puhkus: Reisielamused ja vaatamisväärsused. Reisikuulutused, reisimarsruudi koostamine. Info hankimine, viisad, öömaja, toa broneerimine. Reisibürood ja pakutavad teenused.  Majutus ja toitlustamine.  Lemmikpaigad Eestis ja välismaal.  Puhkuse veetmise viisid ja võimalused.  Matkamine, aktiivne puhkus. Reisielamus, reisikiri.  Reisiõnnestumise tingimused.  Kaebused ja pretensioonid reisibüroos, transpordifirmas, hotellis.

6.Iseseisva töö kirjeldus:

Iseseisev töö hõlmab: materjali loenguvälise osa omandamist, kodutööd vastavalt õppejõu poolt antud ülesannetele, ettevalmistust auditoorseks tööks.

7.Õppemeetodid:

Loengud, seminarid, grupitöö, testid, kirjalikud ja suulised ülesanded, ettekanded, rollimängud. Tähelepanu pööratakse nii lugemise-,  kuulamise-,  kirjutamise- ja rääkimise oskuse arendamisele.  Õppuste praktilised harjutused lähtuvad organisatsiooni igapäevatöö tegelikkust arvestavatest vajadustest. Grammatika omandamine toimub peamiselt leksikaalselt ( sõnu õpitakse sõnaühendites, väljendites)

8.Õppematerjalid:

  1. Mare Kitsnik, Leelo Kingisepp. Avatud uksed. Eesti keele õppekomplekt kesk- ja kõrgtasemele. Tallinn, TEA kirjastus. Põhiõppematerjal.
  2. Mai Loog, Krista Kerge. Tuul tiibades. Eesti keele suhtluse kõrgtase. Riiklik Eksami- ja Kvalifikatsioonikeskus. Õpetajaraamat.
  3. Eksami testid B2-tasemele
  4. Eesti keele tasemetestid. Aadressil: http:/web.meis.ee/testestKoolitusel osalejad saavad õpetaja poolt koostatud teemakohased lisamaterjalid paberkandjal. Eesti keele taseme eksami nõuded. Aadressil: innove.ee/et/eestikeeletasemeeksamid

Course Cost: 2500 EUR

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Курсы уход за ребенком, няня в Таллинне

Child carer

Childcare, Nanny – level 4

I The aim of the adult education course is to enable the development of an individual with the knowledge, skills, abilities, necessary qualifications and social readiness for work. The participant of the course acquires professional knowledge at the basic level in the specialty “Nanny”, which will allow him to enter the labor market and get a job in various companies or work as an individual entrepreneur after the course. The training week of the course of the specialty “Nanny” includes theoretical and practical training.

The requirements of the professional standard “Nanny” were taken into account when creating the course. – Curriculum of the specialty “Nanny” duration: 160 theory

and 80 practice. amount of professional language:

The curriculum is designed for further adult education.

After passing the course it is necessary to: pass the exam

After completing the course, a certificate of professional knowledge is issued.

II Prerequisites for participation in the training – necessary competencies and requirements to complete the training:

  • a person with at least a basic education can start a nanny program.
  • training is considered to be completed if the learning outcomes presented in the curriculum have been achieved, the final examination in the specialty has been passed with a positive result and the age at the time of graduation is at least 18 years.

III Competencies to be developed

The objective of the course is to prepare an employee who:

  • provides a physically and psychologically safe environment for the child;
  • follows the child’s daily schedule, as determined by the parent, taking into account the child’s age-related needs;
  • supports the child’s development through daily activities;
  • monitors the child’s personal hygiene, guides the child in its fulfillment and helps when necessary;
  • monitors the child’s nutrition, helps the child eat, and prepares meals if necessary;
  • monitors the child’s health, promotes health, and cares for a sick child if necessary;
  • communicates with the child’s family and develops the child’s social contacts;
  • values his/her profession and develops his/her professional skills;
  • is able to plan, execute, evaluate and develop his/her work;
  • complies with the requirements of professional ethics and confidentiality;
  • can independently apply his/her professional knowledge and skills in various work situations;
  • oriented to achieve quality results of learning and work;
  • is responsible for the safety of the child, self and coworkers, handles dangerous situations;
  • works to preserve health and the environment;
  • can make choices based on ethics and the law;
  • can communicate, obtain and analyze information;
  • has knowledge of labor law;
  • has a willingness for teamwork;

V Curriculum Structure

  • Curriculum of the specialty “Nanny” duration: 160 theory and 80 practice.

The duration of one academic week is a maximum of 40 hours, including both theoretical and practical work.

The curriculum is prepared in the form of modules that provide independent skills and knowledge as well as form relationships.

The module consists of subjects that form a coherent whole, which over the course of the learning period, depending on the age of the learner, increasingly deepens skills and knowledge;;

    • including independent work
    • the internship is organized by the Training Center

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VI Description of the premises

The premises of the Training Center are located at the address: Tallinn,.Vilisuu 7, the Training Center has a separate entrance, a lobby, a checkroom, 2 toilets, a corridor, where there is also a receptionist’s room.

The training center also has a fire exit.

The training center is designed for classroom lectures.

The total area is 30m 2. In this room are arranged double desks. Also there is a place of the teacher with a table, chair, computer, projector, screen, blackboard.

Duration – 240 hours of classroom theoretical and practical work, 30 hours of independent work. Total 270 hours.
Cost – 2300 euros.

Lecturers: the main lecturer Irina Olenich, higher legaleducation, second degreesocial work,level 6 andragogue. Social ppsychologist, health worker.

Модуль 1

Providing a child safe environment. Physical, chemical, biological and psychological hazards of the work environment, their prevention and risk reduction. Occupational safety, health and hygiene requirements related to childcare. Basic housekeeping and domestic hygiene. Safety requirements for creating and maintaining a safe environment
Total: 16 ac. часа

Module 2.

Supporting child growth and development. Different stages of child development, age differences. Concept of maltreatment, its manifestation and prevention. Speech, perception, thinking, development of imagination and social skills of the child. Teaching manners and ethics. Fundamentals of planning and conducting day activities according to the age of the child
Total: 30 ac. hours

Module 3.

Forming hygiene habits in a child, guiding and helping him/her to follow the rules of hygiene. Teaching cleanliness. Hygiene teaching methods appropriate to the age and development of the child. Age differences and the child’s individual abilities
Total: 8 ac. hours

Module 4

Child nutrition and eating assistance. Food culture (including religious and cultural beliefs) and customs. Principles of healthy eating and food hygiene rules according to the age of the child. Basics of menu planning according to specific guidelines and the fundamentals of medical nutrition
Total: 8 ac. часов

Module 5

Controlling a child’s health, promoting health, caring for a sick child. Factors threatening a child’s health. Factors contributing to the child’s health. Monitoring the child’s health (body temperature, breathing, excretions, etc.) and safety (safe environment appropriate to the child’s age and needs). Providing first aid to the child. Basics of caring for infants and young children. Basics of caring for a child with a disability
Total: 20 ac. часов

Module 6

Collaborative work with parents. Basics of child rearing. Fundamentals of pedagogy and psychology. Basic principles of counseling. Basics of psychology of communication
Total: 18 ac. часа

Module 7

First Aid. Vital signs of a child’s health (e.g. pulse, respiratory rate, etc.). Various life- and health-threatening illnesses, accidents (e.g., drowning, electrocution, etc.) and injuries (fracture, bleeding, etc.). The ABCs of revitalization. Measures and means of first aid
Total: 16 ac. часов

Модуль 8

Job manual. Fundamentals of management. Fundamentals of teamwork. Computer use.
Total: 6 ac. часов

Модуль 9

Caring for a child with special needs. The types of disabilities and illnesses. Problem behaviors. Basics of rehabilitation. Assistive devices and their use. Basics of alternative communication. Special pedagogy and basics of psychology
Total: 24 ac. hours

Модуль 10

Providing babysitting services. Professional Ethics. Safety and health requirements associated with the specialty. Legislation related to the specialty
Total: 14 ac. часов

Module 11

Practice
The supervised practice takes place in kindergartens and childcare centers. In the course of practical work the passed theoretical material is consolidated. Pupils gain experience for success in their future specialty.
Total: 80 HOURS

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Carer training

Trainee:

– understands the nature of the support service and its ethical basis;

– develops the client’s social skills;

– Supports the client’s capacity to function so that it is maintained and developed;

– guides the client in daily activities;

– supports the client in contributing to society in a way that is appropriate to his or her abilities, including the organisation of affairs and networking;

– supports a child in need, a person/family in difficulty, an abused person and a person with an addictive disorder;

– provide first aid where necessary.

Target group:

Persons with at least secondary education who wish to work as a support person or to improve their knowledge in the field of support work.

Conditions for entry:

– have completed at least secondary education

– not have any restrictions on employment under § 20 of the Child Protection Act and § 25(2)(1) of the Social Welfare Act.

Objective of the training programme:

– As a result of the training, the student will acquire the knowledge and skills to work as a support worker with different target groups (children, adults, persons with special needs).

Curriculum volume:

– 240 credit hours (160 hours of classroom work, 80 hours of practical training). There is no independent work.

Cost: EUR 2400

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Content of the lesson:

Fundamentals of the work of a support worker. General knowledge of social welfare. Legislation.

– Legislation. Rights and obligations and limits of the work of a support worker.

– Definition of the role of the support worker, tasks and responsibilities.

– Stages of service provision.

– Difference between the services of a personal assistant and a support worker.

– Roles of the service provider in working with clients.

– Targeting activities.

– Protection of personal data.

The importance of self-awareness in the work of a support worker.

– The role of the support worker’s personality in his/her work.

– Personality traits, values, motivation, intelligence, interests, skills.

– Self-image and self-esteem.

– Needs and abilities. Conflicts of needs and values.

– Stress – causes and ways of coping. Stress management.

– Coping with carer stress.

– Reflection on the work of a support worker.

Basics of psychology and special needs education.

– Childhood and adolescence.

– The adult person.

– Old age. D. Bromley’s three-stage theory of the ageing cycle.

– D. Physical and mental development in old age.

– Common psychological problems in different periods of human life.

Prevalent target groups in the work of a support worker.

– Nature, impact and prevention of addictive diseases. Working with a person with an addictive disorder.

– Clients with special needs. Communication with clients with special needs in emergency situations.

– Physical disabilities.

– Clients with mental disorders.

– Domestic violence – psychological, physical, sexual.

– Abuse between relatives.

– Violence and types of aggressive behaviour and ways of preventing violence.

– Responding to behavioural problems

– Causes, consequences and predictors of problem behaviour.

Communication and practical skills of a support worker. Basics of communication processes.

– Clear and unclear communication

– Establishing contact, interviewing, active listening as a helping skill, giving feedback.

– Motivating the listener to cooperate

– Avoiding communication barriers

– Individual work, teamwork, networking

– Framing skills

– Coping with resistance

– Conflict situations

– Working with a manipulative or resistant client

First aid

– Resuscitation
– External bleeding
– Nature and signs of shock
– Wounds, trauma and fractures
– Poisoning
– Burns, burns, cold injuries
– First aid techniques and tools

Practical training: 80 hours

Teaching methods.

Conditions for completing the training and documents to be issued:

Lectures, seminars, demonstrations, talks, lectures, etc.
Completion of the course requires attendance of at least 70% of the contact hours and passing the final examination with a result of at least 60%, practical training.

In order to obtain a first aid certificate, at least 80% of the contact hours must be attended.

Assessment method and assessment criterion:

Test. A minimum of 60% correct answers is required to pass the test.

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