Cultural Training

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A guide to Belgium, its people and living here

organised by Be Welcome on
Thursday 26th November 2020


This training session will be organized through an online webinar, in respect of the Covid-19 measures

Planning of the day – Workshop Program

9.00 am     Start
09.00 - 12.30     Training including break
12.30 - 13.30     Lunchbreak
13.30 - 16.30     Training including break
16.30 - 17.00     Q&A

A glimpse of the Content of the Cultural Training

You recently arrived in Belgium or maybe you had already some experience living in our country?
Nevertheless, some of below questions or thoughts may have come to your mind:

  • How do I avoid a culture shock?
  • Dealing with cultural differences and avoiding misunderstandings
  • What are Belgian people like? All about the Belgian identity!
  • How determines Belgian history the Belgian identity today?
  • What’s the difference between Flanders and Wallonia?
  • Local values and habits, some useful hints, Tips and advice for integration
  • How many governments does Belgium have?
  • What to do when I am invited to a Belgian party?
  • How to find a doctor? How to get reimbursements from health insurance?
  • How to use the public transport?
  • How do I recycle my garbage?
  • Belgian traffic! Dangerous? How to avoid fines?
  • Where do I buy the Belgian chocolate?
  • Why is Belgian beer so popular?
  • What to visit in Belgium and around?
  • And much more…

Interested to find out more about all these topics? This basket full of practical information is a brilliant introduction to Belgium and will help you to feel comfortable in everyday life.


We work in small groups of max 10 persons.
Please confirm before the 18th of November 2020 per e-mail to


Annekien Van Vaerenbergh
Mobile +32 (0) 478 540 602
Be Welcome +32 (0) 3 449 56 98

Closer to the training date, we will send you a personal link to the remote Teams meeting.
The remote training will be an inteactive session with use of your camera

*This training is open for expats, their family members, foreign employees, Hr managers.
Be Welcome has the right to refuse participation of competitive companies or trainers.