The 'A-class' takes place at one of Denmark's job centers. A place many people have already met or want to become acquainted with during their career. In fact, 400,000 Danes are through the job center mill a year. It is often a confusing meeting where they find themselves stuck together in a wonderful mix of cash benefit recipients, flex job and sick pay clients in a system that is wrapped in regulations and laws that are constantly updated.
On-call talks and absurd performances
At the job center, we follow the job consultant Ken (Ole Boisen), his colleague Anders (Mads Wille), the boss Camilla (Mia Lyhne) and the students with widely different backgrounds and ages: Mette (Laura Christiansen), Karin (Lene Poulsen), Malik (Zaki Youssef) , Mogens (Peter Gantzler) and Stig (Joen Bille).
We are in charge of call talks and absurd performances on the 8-week course 'Next stop job', where the well-known case manager Ken - "Ken (d) yourself", as he preaches in the best pseudo-coach style! - without much luck trying to get people into work. We experience the internal intrigues of management and the course participants' daily lives, where they receive instruction and, among other things, Learn to talk with a cup.