Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Tupker language training knowledge partner cricket association KNCB

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Today Tupkertaaltraining and the Royal Dutch Cricket Association (KNCB) sign a three-year sponsorship agreement. Tupkertaaltraining will annually provide services to the cricket community in the field of language, media and communication training.

Monica Visser, CEO of the KNCB, is pleased with the knowledge partnership: “About half of the Dutch cricket community consists of people from other countries. These can be expats who are temporarily stationed here or people who have settled here permanently. We are very pleased that Tupkertaaltraining can meet a primary need of these people: teaching them the basics of the Dutch language and also helping them to integrate.”

Richard Walraven of Tupkertaaltraining explains: “Language is the pre-eminent means of integration in Dutch society; in sports, social life and at school. The better the communication between people, the better things go. Our knowledge partnership with the KNCB will lead to a great collaboration.”

About Tupker language training – The fastest way to learn Dutch

Tupkertaaltraining, founded by Marijke Tupker, has specialized for more than twenty years in teaching the Dutch language to non-native speakers and focuses on both expats and those who want to integrate. The company is convinced that mastering the Dutch language is an important key to integration and participation in Dutch society. Tupkertaaltraining offers language courses at different levels and with attention to the specific needs of the students. In addition to Dutch lessons for expats, the company also provides integration programs and in-company language lessons. She also creates intercultural programs for business clients and provides communication training. For more information, visit www.tupkertaaltraining.nl .

About the KNCB

The KNCB, founded in 1883, has been organizing cricket competitions in the Netherlands for over 135 years for men, women and youth. The national men’s and women’s teams compete in the sub-top of the world. In the last decades, the Dutch cricket community has offered thousands of expats and other people with foreign roots the opportunity to play cricket in the Netherlands. Visit www.kncb.nl for more information.

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