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Europe needs your skills

Check out the information below on mindset, needed skills and package contents:

  • Your age is between 23 – 45 years,

  • You have a degree in IT, technical field, nursing OR a  TVET diploma (or at least 2yrs of certificates) & work experience, OR you have heavy trucks CE driving experience,

  • Interested in a longterm stay abroad to grow,

  • Committed - shown also by you enrolling for german classes upto B1 exam level in your country (not necessary for IT stafff and truck drivers),

  • You own the right mindset. #PlaySmartWorkHard mindset we call it, to master the double cultural change (country & workplace):

    • Agile, efficient

    • Punctuality & discipline

    • First-time-right quality focus

    • 100% customer/patient centric

Is this YOU? Then we'll focus on getting you all along the process to a job contract and work permit for Germany, UK or The Netherlands within 12-15 months.

Because of strict EU work permit regulations we can offer this great service only for specific job profiles-in-demand as listed on this website.

Mandatory language skills 

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Will I be able to learn another language? 

Yes you will!

First the bad news. Learning a basic level of Dutch or German (A2 level for truckdrivers, for others B1) or doing a English IELTS test is mandatory to obtain a work permit visa! 

The good news is that such a language course is doable for most candidates within 3-8 months if you invest 10-20 hours of training per week. 

Why is having basic local language skills mandatory for the visa process?

  • You make a real difference by showing upfont language learning commitment towards employers.

  • Your start, worklife and private life in UK, Holland or Germany will be much smoother with these language skills.

  • You will understand important instructions from your boss, colleagues or customers from day one.

  • Workplace safety and mental health benefit enormously.

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German Language Courses

There are a lot of e-learning online course opportunities nowadays.

We advise using a laptop. ​


Apart of Bluekazi candidates' German language classes in Nairobi, Lusaka, Kampala these are our recommendations:

  1. LEARN GERMAN | DW Learn German A1, A2, B1 and B2 level offered (free)

  2. Level A1 / Courses - (free)

  3. The Open Unversity - Getting started with German 1 (free)

  4. BBC German courses. (free)

  5. VHS Offline German learning Apps for Android/Apple (free)

  6. Duolingo app (free).

  7. Goethe-Institut community learning (free, just sign up)

  8. Goethe Institute in your country, for (online-)courses & exams.

  9. Private teachers in your region (do a Google search), like Hetz Language Centre in TZ/ZM, or Dycrest private coaching in KE

  10.  Health care language App (free)

We recommend a time invest of 20h per week, to complete each level (A1, A2, B1, B2) within 3 months.

​Don't wait, start today to speed up your own visa process and start at the new workplace abroad! 

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Unique high value package

At we specialize in search for top vocational candidates (often called blue collar workers) and professionals like yourself. For well paid jobs in Europe, particularly in Germany, the UK and The Netherlands. We match your CV, personality and experience with vacancies of employers in our database. We intend to create long term employer-worker couples who highly trust each other. In a highly personal, ethical and professional manner.

Push the button below to send us your well prepared CV. With this we can introduce you properly to your future employer. We will get back to you within a week to advise on further steps. 

Upon signing our Job Programme service contract you'll benefit from the following unique value package:

  1. Job contract within 6 months after signage of the Programme contract. Medical insurance and pension accrual included, 40h weekly working hours.                       

  2. Five intercultural onboarding online-trainings (culture, workplace, health & safety, legal, daily life), 1.5h each, before you leave to Europe.

  3. Assistance alongside the whole visa work permit process.

  4. Flight ticket, accommodation search and transfer to the accommodation upon arrival.

  5. Two After care get-together sessions online when being in the new workplace during the first half year.

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