Introduction to supporting refugee integration
Available publicly and for commissioned dates
Are you involved in facilitating integration support to refugees or people in the asylum process? This course helps you understand the key principles of a rights-based refugee-led approach to integration. You will understand the underpinning principles of the Scottish integration framework and effective integration planning. You will recognise where your role fits within the framework and will have the opportunity to share good practices and learning with other practitioners.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Understand the underpinning principles of a refugee-led integration framework
- Recognise where your role fits within the wider integration process
- Understand how dependency is created and how to build on people’s resilience
- Have had the opportunity to troubleshoot any integration-related issues
Who is this course for?
This is an introductory course for practitioners and managers from the statutory and third sector in Scotland who are providing integration support to refugees or people in the asylum process.
This course assumes a basic understanding of the UK asylum and refugee protection context. We recommend that practitioners who are completely new to this area of work attend our Introduction to Refugees: Asylum and Resettlement course first, before proceeding to the Introduction to supporting refugee integration training.
The course length is 3.5 hours. This course is available as a public course. It is also available for commission.
For information on the price of a course please check the Training FAQs section on ‘What is it going to cost’ at the bottom of the main page.