ReGap consists of six courses plus an introduction. The courses consist of an online course, as well as activities you can do “face to face”, for instance in a class room. Below, you will find a short description of the courses and links to the material developed for the face to face activities. To access the online courses, please go to the Advenus-ReGap website (opens in a new tab). The courses are available in five languages: English, Portuguese, Italian, Macedonian and Norwegian. All kind of feedback is warmly welcome, please contact us here. Good luck!
Are you an educator or instructor? Please click here for a Booklet for Educators and a Demo Video.
The Introduction course gives an overview of the different courses with examples, and explains how to use and navigate in the online platform. You will also find special information for educators. Link to the Introduction course (please click on preferred language): English – Italian – Portuguese – Macedonian – Norwegian.
The course on Employment is aimed at
- presenting the different kinds of contracts,
- acquiring the lexicon related to different kinds of jobs,
- explaining the sections and the key words of a CV/job ad,
- presenting people’s rights at the work place,
- explaining where to go to find a job (job centres/agencies),
- showing how to use public transportation/cars to go to work,
- acquiring lexicon/communicative expression to ask for information on the street
- understanding norms on driving licence.
The course is made up of 6 sections:
- Introductory video on employment
- Finding a job
- Different kinds of employment contracts
- Losing your job
- Going to work
- Do you remember?
Health from cradle to grave
The overall aim of the course health, is to make the participants reflect upon the topic of health. What is health, and how can we influence it. What do you do when your health fails you ? They are introduced to different kinds of settings where they can get help in the country they reside in. Being hospital, GP, emergency room etc.
There are references to national health care programs, family health, vaccinations. Different ways in which they can maintain their health, and prevent illness. Included are mental health, diet, activities and social wellbeing. Approaching the topic of health in a holistic way.
The course consists from five sections.
- Where to go for help
- Family health
- Stay healty
- Do you remember ?
Social Security and Welfare
The aim of the course is to develop, consolidate and secure knowledge in area of Social security and welfare, essential for migrants, refugees, asylum seekers inclusion in the society. The course will develop and expand migrants, refugees and asulum seekers knowledge and skills in area of social security and welfare. Using visual media and examples in resources and delivery will break the language barrier in acquiring knowledge through e-learning. The outcome and content are carefully selected based on the key needs of the target group in respect to knowledge and skills for succesful integration in the host countries.
The course consist from 5 sections :
- What is Social security and welfare
- Difference between refugees, migrants and assylum seekers
- Social security and welfare for refugees, migrants and assylum seekers
- Do you remember ?
This course presents information and activities about education systems in the European countries Norway, Italy, Macedonia and Portugal, relating to formal and non-formal opportunities for learning.
By completion, the participants should: recognise the importance of education for social inclusion in the host country (Norway, Italy, Macedonia, Portugal) and in Europe; be able to understand the structure of the educational system; be aware of formal and non-formal education opportunities; understand the importance of lifelong learning.
in the Education course there are a total of 4 sections with diverse topics, followed by a ‘Do you remember?’ section, with ‘Test yourself’ activities.
- Introduction on the importance of education for social inclusion and has one activity and three subsections: a) Education is a Human Right; b) Educational opportunities for migrants and refugees; and c) Where to get counselling about studying in the host country.
- Language learning for social inclusion, and has one activity and three subsections: a) The importance of language learning; b) How can you assess your language skills?; and c) Learning the language.
- Access to education and training, and has one activity and six subsections: a) Introduction; b) The European educational systems; c) Educational qualifications and competences’ recognition; d) Organisation of the educational system; e) Pursuing studies or professional qualification; and f) Recognition of qualifications and competences (composed by three stories of real life situations).
- Social participation and learning activities, and has 3 subsections: a) Learning outside the school; b) Involvement in learning activities; and c) ‘Welcome to Europe’ and ‘Welcome do your host country’ Guides.
This course presents information and activities about gender equality related to education, work, gender and sex-based violence.
By completion of the Gender course, the participants should be able to understand the meaning and the impact of gender equality, identify the differences between sex and gender, to recognise gender rights as citizenship rights, identify gender inequalities and stereotypes.
The Gender course has six sections with diverse topics, followed by a ‘Do you remember?’ section, with ‘Test yourself’ activities.
- Perspectives on gender equality
- Sex versus gender, and has one activity and three subtopics: a) Sex; b) Gender; and c) Sexual orientation.
- Gender segregation in education, and has one activity and two subsections: a) Gender equality in education and b) To learn more…
- Gender and workplace, and has one activity and one subsection named after the section.
- Sexual and gender-based violence, and is composed by and introduction and four subsections: a) Good news; b) To better understand the meaning of SGBV; c) Learn more about SGBV II and d) Where to get help.
Justice and Citizenship
The learning objective is to introduce topics of relevance related to justice and citizenship, and acquiring knowledge for the related topics for efficient social inclusion of the migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
- What is justice and citizenship? (Justice and Citizenship, Policy areas)
- Forms of citizenship (Forms of citizenship, Answer the questions, citizenship in different countries)
- Human Rights (What are Human Rights, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Types of Human Rights
- Do you remember?
For educators and instructors
A Booklet for Educators (PDF) is available for download. The booklet presents the aims and the ideas behind the ReGap project, as well as the courses and educational approach. Link to booklet (please click on preferred language): English – Italian – Portuguese – Macedonian – Norwegian
Demo Video presenting ReGap and how to use the online platform in 3,5 minutes (English version):