Training starts to help the disadvantaged

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The Kölcsey Ferenc Teacher Training College of the Reformed Church and the Partium Christian University won a 120 thousand EUR aid to conduct a joint adult and vocational training.

Starting in September, a 110-lesson training session will support professionals who aim to help disadvantaged people with improving their chances on the labour market. The Borderline Adult Education Center will also be established and it will provide a range of services. According to plans the training will be available in both institutions.

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