Courses for Job Seekers

Take the opportunity to learn a language

You want to take more responsibility in an international area? Good language skills coupled with a hands-on expertise ensure both a clear communication with your business partners and a huge benefit for your career progression.
There are various funding possibilities for our courses.

Subsidies for Job Seekers in Vienna
WAFF subsidies

The Vienna Employment Promotion Fund (waff) offers free career and further education counselling and assistance. Berlitz is a WAFF recognised educational institution.

The WAFF "Continuing Education Account" supports continuing education and vocational training for both the jobless and employed in Vienna who attend programmes offered by WAFF recognised educational institutions.

Employed persons receive: 50% of the course fee, up to €200.

Jobless persons (or persons on parental leave, on social assistance: 50% of the course fee, up to €300.

Find more information here.

The WAFF training account is adressed to those seeking work related training and to those who want to continue their educational development. Both employed and unemployed residents of Vienna can apply to participate in this program.

Extent of support: For employeed: 50% of the course cost, up to a maximum of € 200.

For unemployed persons and jobseekers: 50% of course fees, up to a maximum of € 300.

 

Find more information on: www.waff.at - keyword: "Service für Beschäftigte"

The waff program for labour force re-entry helps with individual advice on all matters concerning the topics career break or labour force re-entry. Furthermore, it provides financial support for planned training programs.

Level of support: clarifiaction in the guidance process, generally up to 100% of the course costs and up to a maximum of € 2,700.

Find more information on: www.waff.at - keyword: "Service für Beschäftigte"

Subsidies for private customers throughout Austria
Federal Social Services Office

fit2work, an austrian federal social service provider, helps employers, employees, job seekers, and the unemployed persons to return to employment; especially those who have become unemployed previously because of a sick leave.  The support areas include information distribution, advice and support on issues of mental and physical health in the workplace. The aim of fit2work is to prevent and avoid persons of working age leaving the workface ahead of time (early retirement or long term sick leave) by providing accessible information and advice. Fit2work uses the existing provision of various facilities to provide guidance, advice and support from a single competent source.

Find more information on www.fit2work.at

Subsidies for job seekers

People in educational leave can receive a further training allowance from the AMS. Level of additional support: paid as part of unemployment benefit which is currently a minimum of € 14.53 per day.

Find more information on: www.ams.at - keyword: "Bildungskarenz"

Further training allowance/educational leave

People in educational leave can receive a further training allowance from the AMS. Level of additional support: paid as part of unemployment benefit which is currently a minimum of € 14.53 per day.

Find more information on: www.ams.at - keyword: "Bildungskarenz"