Current Training Courses
Courses coming up
If a course you are interested in is not here, please email us about the next available date.
8th March - 10:30-16:30Edgbaston Quaker Meeting House, St James Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 1JP
Overview of how to support single refugees through the homelessness application process
No5 Chambers, 4-7 Salisbury Court, London, EC4Y 8AA
by Haringey Migrant Support Centre and the Refugee Council
A two-day training in partnership with South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust for frontline professionals, working on the assessment and management of mental health issues in child and adolescent refugees, and unaccompanied asylum seekers.
A one-day course that aims to help you understand the legal framework within which age assessments are conducted. Delegates will look at both legal requirements and best practice and discuss a range of factors, which can affect the process.
A one-day training course for professionals working with Separated Children seeking asylum. Focussed on how supporting vulnerable children intersects with the immigration and asylum process, and how best to respond to some of the difficulties they face.
22 March 2018, Registration 9:30am, 10:00am Start, 16:30pm CloseResource for London, 356 Holloway road, London N7 6PA
Funding seminars are organised to demystify the funding application process by giving the opportunity to grant officers to clarify areas of concern identified by applicants with regard to funding priorities, selection criteria, application forms.
Roots and Shoots, Walnut Tree Walk, Kennington, London Se11 6DN
This training aims to increase refugee and migrant community organisations' chances of making their funding applications more appealing through tried and tested in-classroom simulations followed by practical support in completing funding applications.
Voluntary Action Islington, 200A Pentonville raod, London N1 9JP
One day workshop on the issues facing Refugee Children and Young people and the role that voluntary and community organisations including MRCOs can play in ensuring the protection and the safaguarding of Children and Young people of refugee background.