The practices presented here show some of the many ways in which it is possible to support L2 learning for work, at work and through work. They are offered not as blueprints to be copied, but as inspiration for anyone trying to develop an innovative local solution. Accordingly, they are described using a standardised analytical format that aims to uncover as clearly as possible what each practice consists of and exactly how it aims to support work-related L2 learning. This support may draw on a variety of methods, including instruction, e-learning, peer-learning, coaching, etc.
Seen from this perspective, it is possible also to see support for work-related L2 learning in terms of specific constellations of actors, working together in settings.