Jean Harding, manager of English Language Partners West Auckland Branch and Mareena Ilyas, one of our wonderfully dedicated teachers, talk about giving refugees and immigrants the ability to live an everyday Kiwi life. Thanks to NZFocus for the great video.
ELPNZ is supporting parents to encourage their children to speak to them in their home language. This is also the message of International Mother Language Day, 21 February.
Marinela Muniz was watching television at her home in Uruguay when she saw an advertisement promoting New Zealand.
When Teresa Gergis arrived in New Zealand, she found that having learned English since she was six didn’t always equate to being able to communicate.
“Generally, the average age for people who come to the Job Mentoring Service is getting younger but they have more skills,” says Jos Kunnen.
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