SENA has opened 250,000 places to study English for free

Can you imagine learning English without it costing you anything? Since September, SENA has made a total of 250,000 places available to Colombians in its program English dotworkAnd For people interested in mastering the English language, and best of all, for free.

Speaking English is one of the most in-demand skills in the productive sector of work and everyday life. – picture:

The English Dot Work training program has been developed so that individuals can enhance their communication and language skills using a second language.

The courses are divided into 10 training levels in line with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​(CEFR).

Depending on each level, topics will be covered ranging from communication in personal and work contexts, structuring and understanding different oral and written texts, interaction in different contexts expressing tastes and preferences, unifying tools for effective foreign language communication in different contexts, among others.

Students will be able to choose the level at which they wish to attend their classes, depending on their abilities and knowledge. As they progress through the program, they will receive a SENA Training Certificate.

What benefits does training on this platform bring?

  • Each level is included with interactive tools and resources that allow students to practice, apply, and extend their knowledge.
  • The intern will be guided daily by a coach who can help answer your language and/or technical questions.
  • Students will be able to decide if they attend the demonstration sessions and watch the recordings at their own convenience.
  • Being a virtual education program, it has a certain degree of flexibility. Trainees can log in at any time, 24 hours a day.
  • Through the training program, students can interact with students from all over the country, which includes enhancing their communication skills in English.
Students can interact with students from all over the country.
Students can interact with students from all over the country. – Photo: Getty/Alistair Berg/DigitalVision
  • The course develops independent learning techniques so that students can become familiar with their own study strategies and use them effectively in teaching English.

Requirements

Although few in number, SENA emphasizes that those who wish to be part of the program must:

  • Be a Colombian citizen. If you are a foreigner, you must obtain permission to study in the country.
  • You must be at least 14 years old.
  • Since education is virtual, those who will take the courses are required to have basic skills in computer management and online communication tools. Which means it is necessary to have knowledge in dealing with email, chat, word processors, internet browsers, etc.
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So you can sign up

  1. Go to www.senasofiaplus.edu.co
  2. Locate and click the Virtual Shorts button at the top of the screen.
  3. will display this List of courses in different fields of knowledge, such as music, pedagogy, design, etc. When you find the option that says “English”, tap on it.
  4. Choose the level of English you want to study based on your knowledge of the language.
  5. Click where it says “Sign up here”.
  6. A popup will appear with some initial information. Read it and press “Accept and continue”.
  7. Registration and registration confirmation.
  8. You will receive an email confirming your status in the course.
This new SENA call is open to young people between the ages of 14 and 28 who wish to gain knowledge in the field of cybersecurity and data analytics.
This new SENA call is open to young people between the ages of 14 and 28 who wish to gain knowledge in the field of cybersecurity and data analytics. – Photo: SENA

He pointed out that “speaking the English language is one of the most required skills in the productive sector for work and daily life, and this alternative provides citizens with flexible schedules, continuous support from trainers, explanatory sessions, and interactive programs specialized in learning.” Nidia Gomez, SENA Director of Vocational Training.

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