IOM promotes official labour migration schemes as an indispensable alternative to irregular migration. As part of this project, IOM supports the capacity building of the Georgian government in the field of labour migration management and inter-state cooperation and assists nationals of Georgia in finding temporary employment abroad. The latter focuses on helping prospective migrant workers with the right profile of experience and skills to contact employers abroad, get detailed information on employment conditions and prepare them for departure. Prior to the departure they participate in pre-departure orientation trainings.
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Pre-Departure Orientation Trainigns for Labour Migrants
Labour migrants participate in special pre-departure orientation trainings, through which they receive information about temporary regular employment opportunities in the destination country, labour and social rights of migrants, as well as information about the country's history and traditions, administrative issues related to departure, arrival, living conditions, cultural and ethical norms. All this will help them be successful in their employment and ensure their adaptation to the new environment.
Up to 1 June 2018, three pre-departure orientation trainings were organized for 14 labour migrants, who were preparing for their employment in Poland.