Foreigners living in Suðuroy were invited to an information event at Salt á Drelnesi in Tvøroyri on Sunday, September 12th in relation to Faroese as a second language course for non-Faroese speakers starting in the fall. The purpose of the information event was to inform about Faroese as a second language program, which is based on the Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR) and what possibilities foreigners have on learning Faroese, society, and culture as well as how and where you can sign up for the Faroese as a second language program. The language program begins at the beginning of october for a duration of 15 weeks. It was possible to sign up on the day of the event and meet and greet the teachers. At the event, two representatives working with integration from the Faroese Immigration Office were attending, David Im, integration coordinator, and Durita Kastalag, integration officer. They presented a short presentation about their work and the type of integration services available for you to use. They also set a time for discussion where participants could ask questions or share their concerns or issues at the September 12th event. There were also beverages, snacks, and music at the event, that was about two and a half hours long The event was held by Lív Næs, director of evening school in Tvøroyri and co-ordinator of Faroese as a second language in Suðuroy and Majken Gaard, Jóna Christiansen and Juanita S. Holm teachers in Faroese as a second language.
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7. October 2021