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Project number 4607/06
Year 2006
Organisation Opera Multimedia S.p.a.

Title Credit Line
Acronym

TYPE OF ORGANISATION:

Training centre
Company
Language school
Trade union
Employers association
Local body
University
School
Other  


ADDRESS ORGANISATION:


Street Via Cappellini, 10 City Milano Noth/Centre/South
Postal Code 20124 Region Lombardia  

Telephone 1 02 67382953 fax 1 02 66988204
Telephone 2 fax 2
Telephone 3 Website www.operamultimedia.com
email 1 info@operamultimedia.it email 2 mcoppi@operamultimedia.it


sintesi italiano

Credit Line è stato progettato con l’obiettivo di dare vita a un ambiente online dedicato all’apprendimento della lingua inglese in ambito bancario e finanziario. Il corso Credit Line è riconosciuto dal Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIB) di Londra. Interamente fruibile online, il corso si sviluppa su 6 livelli di approfondimento a partire dalle nozioni fondamentali fino al massimo grado di proprietà della lingua (da Beginner ad Advanced). Un test di ingresso aiuta il discente nella selezione del livello più adatto alle sue esigenze. Dopo aver terminato con successo il corso sarà possibile accedere a quello di livello superiore. Con Credit Line è possibile imparare l’inglese bancario e finanziario sperimentando situazioni professionali di tipo reale, ricreate appositamente per il discente: transazioni e altre operazioni di agenzia bancaria, analisi del portafoglio di risparmiatori privati e del sistema bancario aziendale, gestione di fidi, oscillazione dei tassi d’interesse e gestione di fusioni e acquisizioni bancarie ad alto livello. Inoltre Credit Line insegna le tecniche comunicative necessarie per affrontare situazioni pubbliche importanti, quali presentazioni, incontri e negoziazioni internazionali. Il percorso completo online ha una durata lineare di circa 300 ore.


sintesi inglese

Credit Line is a multimedia English course, endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Bankers in London, which aims at training and qualifying banking personnel worldwide by promoting their banking, finance and business language. The project allows the non-native speaker to pass from the so-called “false beginner” to the advanced level, by giving particular attention to contexts, practices and terminologies of modern international business English. Credit Line can help banks, insurance companies, central banks, business schools, finance departments of major companies and pension funds to train their staff in business English in a quick and not expensive way. With this project a company can start and manage a centralised language training programme which can be delivered on line to the even remotest branch. Credit Line is structured in 6 levels (each one consisting of 30 hours of lessons) and it is available on line. Users can create their own learning path through several combinations of self-study, live training and tutoring. Credit Line’ offer includes a web site as well (www.eurolearning.com/creditline) which provides a full range of supporting services: a placement test to help users understand the initial level, the assistance of an on-line tutor, a student forum (where users can talk to each other) and articles from worldwide business and financial newspapers.



EUROPEAN LANGUAGES:

Bulgarian Irish Romanian
Czech Italian Slovak
Danish Latvian Slovene
Estonian Lithuanian Spanish
Finnish Maltese Swedish
French Dutch German
Greek Polish Hungarian
English ok Portuguese    

NON-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES:

Chinese Japanese
Turkish Russian
Other      

LEVELS OF LANGUAGE SKILL (CEFR):

A1 (Breakthrough) ok
A2 (Waystage) ok
B1 (Threshold) ok
B2 (Vantage) ok
C1 (Efficiency) ok
C2 (Mastery)

Remarks


LANGUAGE AND INTERCULTURAL SKILLS:

Reading ok
Writing ok
Listening ok
Speaking ok
Interpersonal relationship skills
Communication skills
Inter-cultural skills ok
Nonverbal communication skills
Other  

Remarks

LANGUAGE CONTENT:

General language ok
Sectoral/vocationally oriented language ok
Cultural contents ok
Other  
Remarks (terminologia specifica del settore bancario e finanziario)

TEACHING METHODS:

CLIL
Distance learning
Distance learning supported by online tutor ok
Classroom training
Blended learning
Cooperative learning
Other  

Remarks


USERS:

Students
Apprentices/trainees
Employed ok
Unemployed
Person seeking first job
Immigrants
Teachers/trainers
Other  

Remarks Operatori del mondo bancario e finanziario

PROFESSIONAL SECTOR:

Sector 1
Sector 2
Sector 3
Other  

Remarks

ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES:

Apprenticeship in Italian company
Apprenticeship in foreign company
Training/educational exchange - Italian environment
Training/educational exchange - foreign environment
Other  

Remarks (non previsti dal progetto)


EUROPEAN AND/OR NATIONAL FUNDING:

Leonardo da Vinci Programme
Action of Leonardo da Vinci Programme
Socrates Programme
Erasmus Programme
Comenius Programme
Grundtvig Programme
Youth in Action Programme
Equal Initiative
European Social Fund
Local/regional initiatives
Private funding
Own funding
ok
Other  

Remarks

PROJECT INNOVATIVE ASPECTS:

Planning
Content
Technologies ok
Teaching methods ok
Language
Users
Learning environment
Skills developped
Other  

Remarks

LANGUAGE CERTIFICATIONS:

Certificate of participation to the course
Europass Language Passport
Other  

Remarks


EUROPEAN PRIORITIES:

Development of a language-friendly environment (2003)
Awareness-raising activities for language learning (2003) ok
Adult language learning within adult education and / or continuous vocational training paths (2004) ok
Awareness-raising activities for local, regional and national actors in the field of adult language learning (2004)
Content and Language Integrated learning (CLIL) (2005) ok
Initial and in service language teacher training (2006-2007) ok
Diversification of the languages on offer (2006-2007)
Inter-cultural dialogue (2008-2009)
Languages and business (2008-2009)
Language learning in the community (2010-2011)
Language skills as a preparation for work (2010-2011)

Remarks

NATIONAL PRIORITIES:

Improvement of teaching methods and materials addressed to adults (2008-2009)
Attention to adults and employed for competitiveness (2008)
Attention to adults and employed for placement, retention and progression in the labor market (2009)
Language learning for placement of young people in the labor market and transnational mobility (2010-2011)
Language learning for retention and progression of adults in the labor market (2010-2011)
Languages as key competences to tackle the economic and employment crisis (2011)

Remarks


PRODUCTS/TEACHING MATERIALS:

Typology
Training path ok
Handbook for teachers/trainers
Handbook for students
Workbook
Glossary
Test ok
Authentic material ok
Multimedia package
Other  
Specification field "other"  
Remarks Corso on line

Supports
Paper
CD-Rom
DVD/DIVX
Website ok
Audiovuisual
Other  
Specification field "other"  
Remarks