F√∂rderinitiative Donnersberg e.V. is organizing initial orientation courses for asylum seekers. The project is grant-aided by the Federal Office for Migration and Refuges and focuses on everyday life. 

You will receive information and acquire German language skills that will help you find your way. 

The following topics can be part of a course: Everyday Life in Germany, Work, Shopping, Values and Coexistence, Use of Media in Germany and many more. 

A course consist of six modules, each with 50 units (√† 45 minutes), or 300 units in total. 

Attendance is voluntary and free of charge. Childcare can be organized if needed. 

Currently, courses are planned in:

  • Kirchheimbolanden
  • Alzey
  • Rockenhausen
  • Bad Marienberg
  • Hachenburg
  • Trier
  • Kaiserslautern
  • Mainz
  • Ludwigshafen
If you are interested in initial orientation courses and your location is not listed above, then please send us a request. 
For further information, please contact: eok@fid-donnersberg.de
Thank you!

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