FLC Studienkolleg’s mission: to prepare you for employment or vocational training in Germany.

For more than 7 years, FLC Studientkolleg has been the leading organization for preparing for qualifying vocational training, studies or employment in Germany. Its primary mission has not changed: to prepare you for vocational training, study or employment. FLC Studienkolleg was founded in 2012 to meet the needs of universities and the labour and training market in the Federal Republic of Germany.

FLC Studienkolleg : the first organization for preparing for qualifying vocational training for working people, studies, cultural and social residence in the Federal Republic of Germany.

We support ambitious and professional young people looking for a job in Germany at all stages of their working life (integration, retraining, professionalization) through programs tailored to the needs of candidates and employers. We also serve the economic and personal development, growth and competitiveness of candidates by training them in the skills they need to meet the requirements of the German job market.

We have set ourselves four tasks:

-Preparation: preparation for vocational training, health, crafts, catering, technical and skilled trades, preparation for studies. We offer candidates the language skills as well as occupation-specific basics and cultural knowledge to facilitate integration in the country of destination. We offer follow-up before and during employment abroad.

-Anticipation of tomorrow’s jobs and skills: identification of emerging skills, design and experimentation of preparations for tomorrow’s training.

-Accompanying the evolution of skills: studying the needs of new skills on the labour market.

-Support for operators: responsible for consulting activities in the workplace, in particular through the discovery of jobs on FLC Studienkolleg’s technical platforms.

Preparing your professional project and your entry into training

Digital revolution, ecological transition, demographic problems … the labour market in Germany is constantly changing. You would like to train in Germany in the trades, health care, catering, IT and technology in order to work as a qualified employee, but you need to be prepared for the requirements of employers in Germany. You want to acquire new skills but you are afraid that you do not “have the level”.

With the support of our partners we offer you a new service: Vocational Training Preparation. Presentation in 4 questions.

What is Vocational Training Preparation?

Training and a device, Prepa formation professionnelle is a linguistic and academic training prescribed by our partner companies in Germany as part of the advice and preparation for a successful training course carried out by FLC Studientkolleg .

In the form of a preparatory school, you :

You study German.
You take courses in Math, Physics, English, etc…
Work on your career project,
Strengthen your business idea by a discovery on a training platform and/or in a company.
Gain self-confidence.
Learn to value what you already know how to do.
Who is Prépa formation professionnelle aimed at?

You can join Prépa formation professionnelle if you are :

You are a young baccalaureate holder looking for a vocational training place in Germany.
Young jobseekers or adults who want to work in Germany.
You are a professional looking for a new opportunity in Germany.
You have and need to strengthen your skills and reassure yourself before considering a training place.
You want to integrate Vocational Training Preparation? Would you like more information? Get closer to FLC Studientkolleg.

The Steps of Vocational Training Preparation:

Courses in German, English, Maths, Physics, Accounting

Candidates follow German and English courses up to level b1 or b2 and in addition candidates will be able to acquire the basic knowledge and prerequisites in the field in which they are going to train or work as well as a reinforcement of their knowledge in maths, English, computer science, physics, etc…, according to the needs of the companies and the requirements of the job.

Sequence of events:
German: 20 hours / week.
Mathematics: 6 hours / week.
Computer science: 4 h / week.
English: 2 h / week.
German culture and civilization: 2 h / week.
Accounting: 2 hours per week.
One month internship if necessary.

Support in the search for a vocational training place in Germany.

Candidates are followed during the search for a place in the format

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