Short films that promote Dutch-language vocational training programmes

Publication date:  
04 May 2015
Tracé Brussel, together with the partners of the Job House of the City of Brussels, has produced a number of promotional films entitled 'Zin in een beroepsopleiding... in het Nederlands?' (Fancy embarking on vocational training... in Dutch).
logo van Tracé Brussel

 

Dutch-language pathway-to-work programmes

Within the framework of the local Actiris projects, Tracé Brussel, together with the partners of the Job House of the City of Brussels (Actiris, PWA/ALE, OCMW/CPAS, Mission Locale pour l'emploi de Bruxelles-Ville, de Werkcentrale/Centrale de l'emploi, Werkwinkel Brussel Centraal), hit the road with a camera. They got back to base with a number of promotional films that introduce (non-Dutch-speaking) jobseekers to Dutch-language pathway-to-work programmes.

 

 

Vocational training hosted in the Dutch language

Via these short films, the initiators ecourage non-Dutch-speaking Brussels jobseekers to take up vocational training in the Dutch language.

 

Footage

Aside from a general promotional film, three sector-specific films are available as well: construction, care and hotel & catering. Also a 3D film, produced on the basis of photographs, should entice jobseekers to take up vocational training.

Use this footage during information sessions, events or on other occasions:

Promotional film Dutch-language Vocational Training
Promotional film Vocational Training for the Construction Sector
Promotional film Vocational Training for the Hotel and Catering Sector
Promotional film Vocational Training for the Care Sector
3D film

 

How to order?

The sector-specific films can be ordered from Natalie De Koker (natalie.dekoker@tracebrussel.be) or Karlien Winnelinckx (karlien.winnelinckx@tracebrussel.be) at Tracé Brussel.