What they have noticed about Hansavest and the Estonian people
“Most people go to work from Georgia to Germany, France or Spain. Less is known about Estonia,” Tinatin’s husband explains: “When they hear in Estonia that we are from Georgia, they communicate with us very warmly – in the same way as we receive guests. The residents of the of Pärnu are used to people from other places. We didn’t expect such a nice reception from Hansavest and from everyone who lives here – everything is going well.”
Fortunately, Tinatin remembers the Russian language well from her school days, which is taught in Estonia. She is an interpreter for her husband, and expressive gestures and a happy mind are also helpful in communication. “My colleagues and my friends teach us Estonian words. I have already studied language courses to learn this language with interesting intonation,” says Tinatini. Her and their husband have recommended Hansavest job positions to their circle of friends. Recently, a group of people interested in welding courses from Georgia started studying at the Hansavest Training Center.