Accent School of Polish are hosting an Adaptation Training event for English speaking 3rd country nationals, on Saturday, 18th May 2019.

The Adaptation Training is designed for citizens of non-European Union countries within the framework of the programme “Lesser Poland friendly to foreigners – support for integration and adaptation of the third countries citizens”, implemented by the Voivode of Lesser Poland, co-funded by the State Fund for Asylum, Migration and Integration.    The event will be free of charge.

The session will include useful, practical information and advice to non EU ‘3rd country nationals’  living in Kraków, on topics such as legalisation of stay, which public offices deliver which services, taking the first step to working in Poland, how to deal with day-to-day situations and institutions, such as; post office or filing a declaration to choose a family doctor, what culture shock is, how it manifests itself and how to beat it.

The adaptation training is also intended for Polish employers who want to support their workers in Poland and are interested in the above topics.

   Free adaptation training for non-EU citizens (FB Event)

Training Programme:

8:00-9:00 Registration
9:00-11:00 Legalisation of stay (also work permission, how to apply for PESEL number, PIT and so on), presented by Anna Strama from NEFEL Kancelaria Radcy Prawnego Anna Strama
11:00-11:15 Coffee break
11:15-12:45 “Starting your active life in Krakow”, presentation by Collaborate, Krakow
12:45-13:00 Coffee break
13:00-14:30 Daily life & Customs/ Cultural shock training (two sessions at the same time)
14:30-15:00 Questions and feedback

To participate, please send an e-mail to: adaptacja@polishforforeigners.com
or call Accent School of Polish directly on 665 669 663.

  Saturday 18th May 2019
   9:00-15:00. Registration will start at 8:00.
  Accent School of Polish, ul. Kącik 6, 30-549 Kraków, Poland
   Facebook Event

Useful Links
   Małopolska Voivodship Office

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