Whether you regularly visit or work alongside people in refugee camps across the world, or are involved in the support and settlement of migrant refugees in your neighbourhood - serving refugees means frequently coming face-to-face with the realities of those suffering acute trauma, loss and displacement as a result of forced or necessary migration. In this environment, the wellbeing of our refugee workers and teams is essential to the ongoing support we can provide refugees and asylum seekers.
Redcliffe's Refugee Worker Training Day aims to provide an opportunity to consider those working with refugees, as well as the refugees themselves, and offers vital tools for ensuring that your team remain healthy and able to respond to the needs of those they serve.
In this one day workshop, we will explore:
Join us and others working in similar ways to you, as we spend the day sharing our experience and expertise with one another.
Marion Knell consults with the Refugee Highway Partnership on Member Care and Trauma Response for Refugees and Refugee workers. Having served with the leadership committees of Member Care Europe and the Global Member Care Network and inaugurated the MA in Member Care at Redcliffe, Marion is an international speaker on Staff Care and works with an international relocation company as an intercultural trainer.
Our next delivery of the Refugee Worker Training is to be confirmed. Please register your interest in this course so that you can be first to know about it when a date is set. This course is also available to self-host. Please contact Rosie Button for more information on Redcliffe delivering this course at your location.
Refugee Worker Training Day costs £50 per person, and the day includes lunch and refreshments.
DISCOUNT: If you sign up with your team, each additional team member comes for £40.
No accommodation is provided for this one-day workshop.
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