As a self-sustaining, dynamic organization that is open to cooperation, our aim is to offer a wide range of formal and informal trainings to the organizations wishing to develop in the region, and also to those wishing to learn without age limits.

Our Centre guarantees the high-level mastery of skills, which are essential in most professions and life situations. Among these ‘transversal’ skills, language competences are of utmost importance. We offer language courses, from the beginner to advanced levels in effective small groups and individual lessons as well in ENGLISH, GERMAN, ROMANIAN, FRENCH, ITALIAN, SPANISH, HUNGARIAN, and CHINESE. In addition to general language teaching, we offer the opportunity to learn business terminology and to acquire international language exam certificates.

The language skills developed systematically and with effective modern methods, enable 450-500 of our students to achieve their professional and personal goals.

Today, people skills and abilities, entrepreneurship skills, and management skills are considered basic requirements in a growing number of professions. Likewise, the competences that are to be acquired in our accredited courses, like the ‘Office Manager Training’ or ‘The Training of Trainers’.

Within the framework of our educational development projects we are searching for effective ways and means to prepare the region's workforce for the rapid economic changes and encourage entrepreneurship.

During conducting training programs we seek cooperation with local businesses, institutions, non-governmental organizations, communities and local organizations.
We also take part in education, training-related research, contribute to publications, and publishing of books as well.

The Spektrum Educational Centre was established in 1996 on the initiative of the Foundation for an Open Society. This nongovernmental organization, which had had a separate legal personality since 1998, became a self-sustaining NGO in 2001, and it has changed its name to Spektrum Educational Centre in 2016.
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The skills acquired at our courses correspond to the levels of language skills from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.