Key findings of the survey
In general, language learning and teaching support in cross-border vocational training and teaching programmes is perceived as being somewhat insufficient, according to participants' knowledge and experience. In addition, the conception that English language skills are sufficient in today’s multilingual society needs to be discussed.
On balance, fostering intercultural competences and language skills are at the same time the most important benefits and challenges of cross-border vocational training and teaching programmes. They can also be understood as the ability to change perspectives and connect the language competence(s) to a varying social and professional context.
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