This workshop is offered for children from 7 to 11 years old, or for teenagers from 11 to 18 years old. It allows these young people to better understand and prepare for their future life abroad.
Realize what a departure represents emotionally and materially,
Express questions, fears and concerns,
Dialogue with other children in the same situation to help the child realize that he or she is not unique and to reassure him or her,
Prepare the child for his new life,
Include the child in the family expatriation project.
Direct contact between the company and the Expat Communication consultant for parents.
Sending out a preliminary questionnaire to refine the expectations of the child and his parents.
Choice of a coach from our Coach Academy according to the child's expectations, localization and language.
Planning, organization and execution of the internship
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Service available in 8 languages.
The work is done by alternating exchanges (group of 6 children maximum).
work and games on the booklet
by referring as much as possible to the children's expectations and needs and to their personal concerns.
A booklet is distributed to children or teenagers at the beginning of the workshop. It is a roadmap adapted to each age to help them prepare for departure and project themselves into their new life.
All coaches at Expat Communication's Coach Academy are selected, trained, certified and supervised at the end of a multi-week program. They benefit from continuous training and work as a team. This is our main guarantee to ensure the quality of our programs.
20 years of expertise in international mobility through the personal experience of our coaches and collaborators, as well as the surveys of our Expat Lab.
"Paul came back very happy and we were able to clarify or re-discuss many aspects of our expatriation". Catherine, CHINA
"Camille is more relaxed since the meeting, I have the impression that she feels less lonely and she has seen other children in the same situation as her". Virginia, CANADA
"The feedback from my children was very positive, I feel that it made them see this new expatriation more as a new adventure than as an obligation". Anette, ITALY