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German courses for Stay-at-Home-Parents with childcare option. Enrolment 2011

Moving to a new country with a new language because of one partners job, is strenuous for the other partner who may find it difficult to integrate, find new friends, and generally just figure out how things work in the new home. Especially if you dont speak the language.

The ECAP is a school that is supported by the "Migration Department" (government), and is currently enrolling students for the next semester of German courses.

The good thing about these courses is that they offer childcare while the course is on.

Different locations throughout Switzerland:

I know primarily about the one in Baden, where children are looked after at the Karussel Family Center.

Give it a go- you meet new people, are able to talk to your neighbours, and find friends/people you actually want to be with rather than just the ones with a common language to you(!)
Tell the parter to give it a go too.

(No, i don't work for these guys, I just believe that integration and making friends for all family members makes for a happier life in a new place.)
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