Zink Organizes English Classes for Ukrainian Refugees – Quest Media Network
Paul Bohan, CEO of Zink.
A charity in High Peak runs English classes for Ukrainian refugees who have moved to the area.
Classes will take place at Zink from Monday and all Ukrainians wishing to attend are encouraged to show up, reservations are not required.
The Buxton-based charity works with Buxton Homes for Ukraine, Hope Valley Sanctuary and High Peak Friends of Ukraine to help refugees settle in the area.
Paul Bohan, CEO of Zink, explained: “We are helping some refugees through our employability programs to find jobs, and it has become clear that English lessons are essential for this.
“A number of qualified and experienced teachers of English as a foreign language have come forward to help.”
Classes will take place at Zink’s headquarters on Market Street Car Park, Clough Street, Buxton at 1pm every Monday and will last between 60 and 90 minutes.
There will be different levels depending on individual ability, so they are open to complete beginners and those with some knowledge.
For more information, call Zink on 01298 214926.
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