English Language Training (ELT) for our BMMI support staff in Juba, South Sudan wrapped up on 25 July 2017.
Altogether, there were forty three learners attending the ELT. Forty one learners sat for the Exit Test on 14 July 2017 and they were all awarded a Certificate of Completion, indicating the English language they managed to aquire.
During the eighty-eight-day training, many learners made much noticeable improvement. Actually, twenty-eight of the learners attained higher ELT levels of Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate. This is shown by their ability in being able to listen to conversations, stories, instructions or announcements in English, as well as being able to read simple texts with much ease and understanding.
All the learners were happy for being selected to attend the ELT, as it gives them the opportunity to communicate with their supervisors or managers, as well as with people from different regions and countries of the world. Eventually, this training would enable them to easily read instructions and to have access to higher positions.
Openness and freedom of expression, encouraged by positive feedback from both the trainers and the learners, created a competitive and positive learning environment. Many learners even got themselves additional learning materials and others, such as Rejoice Dawa, attended the training sessions even if they were on leave.
We would like to thank every single trainee for their special contributions and dedication throughout the entire duration of the training! Congrats team!