LIFELONG LEARNING - Education enables upward socio-economic mobility and is key to escaping poverty among the most marginalized and disadvantaged parts of society. It is for all ages, for young people to start off life, and for lifelong learning.
The English language proficiency in Brazil in general is low, most parts of Brazil have “very Low Proficiency”, the rest is “low” or “moderate” according to EF English Proficiency Index. At Resolux Brazil, we are aware of this issue, and are challenge by it as a global company. Hence why we have made an effort to strengthen our employees' English language skills, in order to take full advantage of their competences globally and strengthen employees in their own future.
This initiative supports UN SDG goal number 4, Quality education and Lifelong learning, and is important for the vision of Resolux, who believes in the individual, and that the individual blossoms with the right framework. Read more on this vision here.
We have a good story case of a production staff member in Brazil, Clebson Graciliano, a very dedicated employee, who has been working for Resolux Brazil for almost 6 years. He applied for the program in 2021 having no English language skills.
Today he can already write, understand, and use English in his daily routine as new Inventory Control leader.