With the support of Liberty, the online platform Lingwing created a Georgian language learning course, which is already being used by several thousand people.
A memorandum of cooperation was recently signed between Liberty and the leading online platform for learning foreign languages – Lingwing, and with the support of Liberty, Lingwing created a basic course for learning the Georgian language. With the mentioned platform, it is possible to learn Georgian from English and Ukrainian. The goal of the project is to help Georgian immigrants and their family members learn the Georgian language easily. The training course also provides for the study of the Georgian language for Ukrainians living in Georgia. Anyone can learn the Georgian language at no cost until the end of the year.
A1-2 and A1-3 study courses were added to the mentioned platform this week, which implies an even more difficult level of study.
“The priority of Liberty’s corporate responsibility is education and the promotion of all projects related to the promotion of the native language. The goal of the project is to help Georgian immigrants and their family members, as well as people interested in the Georgian language, learn the Georgian language from English and Ukrainian completely free of charge, and most importantly, easily and independently, online or with a mobile application. The A1-2 and A1-3 study courses, which involve a thorough study of the Georgian language, have recently been added to this platform. We are proud that the future generation, which is growing up in emigration today, will be able to learn and strengthen the Georgian language,” – Tamar Zakariadze, head of Liberty’s corporate responsibility department, said.
Liberty is one of the largest commercial banks in the country, serving more than 1.7 million individuals and more than 50,000 small and medium-sized businesses. The bank’s assets amount to 3 billion GEL and more than 4500 employees are employed. Liberty is represented throughout the country with the widest network – more than 360 service centers, 632 ATMs, self-service and POS terminals in all regions and municipalities of Georgia. In addition to the developed infrastructure, modern digital services and remote services are available for both individuals and legal entities.