The ONA course (Orientation on the Dutch Labour Market) is about working and looking for work and is intended to learn what the Dutch labour market looks like and to get a better idea of what work you could do in the Netherlands. If you have passed the A2 level, you can start with ONA.
The exam consists of 2 parts:
64-hour course ONA:
Upcoming ONA courses (64 hours):
Tailored ONA course:
Lessons can take place at our classrooms or on location. Online lessons (via Zoom or Teams) are also possible.
The CEFR is a guideline to describe the proficiency level for European languages.
The main levels are A, B and C. At level A (basic user) you still need support and guidance when speaking. At level B (independent user) you can get by independently in everyday situations. At level C (proficient user) you have reached a proficiency equal to that of a native speaker. Each level is further subdivided into 2 parts. There is A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.