Paid educational leave in Frankfurt
Paid educational leave is time off work to receive further training. Your employer has to allow you this special leave by law. All of our intensive language courses can be officially recognised as paid educational leave! Use your educational leave, for example, for an intensive course in Business English.
Applying for an educational leave: How it works
Applying for educational leave is easy with Sprachcaffe's 3-point plan:
1. Planning with the employer
Find out in good time from your employer about a suitable time for special leave. This usually lasts one week, but it is also possible to transfer the entitlement from the previous year to the next and thus extend the educational leave. Our Intensive Courses start regularly; the exact starting dates can be found in the respective course information.
2. Registration with Sprachcaffe
You register in writing for a language course with Sprachcaffe and immediately receive a confirmation of registration for your employer. This will certify that you have registered for a recognised language course. We recommend that you register with us at least 2-3 months before the course starts. Some employers contribute to the costs of the educational leave, please ask them.
Language courses for educational leave
Only our intensive courses can be taken as educational leave. All intensive courses take place 5 days a week (Monday to Friday) with 6 lessons (45 min. each) per day.
Simply click on the desired language and register for the intensive course, stating that you would like to take it as an educational leave. We currently offer intensive courses for the following foreign languages:
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