Within the framework of State Language and Integration Program, piloting of "Alphabet Course" has started
Today, on the 20th of October, piloting of "Alphabet Course" prepared within the framework of LEPL Zurab Zhvania School of Public Administration's "State Language and Integration Program" has started. 12 beneficiaries are involved in the process. They will be given an opportunity, to master the state language and develop basic computer skills during 30 contact hours. Piloting of the "Alphabet Course" will be lead by Zhvania School's qualified trainer Tamta Asanidze.
"Alphabet Course" was prepared and developed by specialists of the state language and integration program of the school, as well as by highly-qualified specialists in the field. The course aims at teaching Georgian alphabet, developing communication and computer skills of beneficiaries representing national minorities.
Prior to being approved, the "Alphabet Course” will go through piloting stage, during which flaws and advantages of the program will be revealed. Based on the collected data, relevant conclusions and changes will be made. In order to increase the effectiveness of the process, Zhvania School formed monitoring and piloting groups, based on the findings of which the program will be evaluated and further developed.