Freedom from Torture - 2017 course, now enrolling: Risk, Resilience and Rights

2017 course, now enrolling: Risk, Resilience and Rights

Booking group
Date: 
1 August, 2017 - 09:00 to 30 April, 2018 - 17:00
The course comprises four separate modules over the course of the autumn 2017 - spring 2018
Venue: 
Newcastle

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Risk, Resilience and Rights: therapeutic approaches to working with children, families and separated young people who are survivors of torture

Are you a health or care professional who works therapeutically with separated young people, children and families who are refugees or seeking asylum in the UK?

Asylum seekers and refugees, many of whom are survivors of torture or other degrading human rights violations, may present with complex needs. This course – Risk, Resilience and Rights - helps practitioners unpick the complexity and support survivors of torture confidently.

Risk, Resilience and Rights is made up of four modules over 14 days, allowing you to pick and choose the courses that most meet your learning needs.

The 2017/2018 course will take place this year in Newcastle – read more about each module below.

 

UK asylum system for separated young people

This module will explore the legal context (in terms of asylum, access to support and protection) as relevant to your work with separated children and young people

Date: 8 November 2017     (1 day)

Location: Royal Station Hotel, Newcastle 

Facilitator: Jen Ang, Legal Adviser, Freedom from Torture’s Legal Advice and Welfare Services

Fee: £70 (discounted to £30 if you work for an NGO/charity)

 

Working with interpreters in a clinical setting

This module focuses on effective communication skills and good practice for using interpreters in therapeutic settings

Date: 1 December 2017     (1 day)

Location: Freedom from Torture’s North East centre, Newcastle

Facilitators: Mel Kakkar, Psychological Therapist and Jolie Oyele, Interpreter at Freedom from Torture

Fee: £70 (discounted to £30 if you work for an NGO/charity)

 

Working with Separated Young People

This module will explore the inter-relationship between the rights and needs of separated children and young people who have survived torture and how this relates to our practice, including assessments and models of intervention

This six day module will be run over three months between March and May 2018 – commitment to attend all 6 days is required for registration

To receive updates on dates and location, please email training@freedomfromtorture.org
Fee: £550 (with £450 early bird discount if you book by 30 November 2017)

 

Working with Children and Families

This module will explore the inter-relationship between the rights and needs of children and families who have survived torture and how this relates to our practice, including assessments and models of intervention.

Fee: £550 (with £450 early bird discount if you book by 21 October 2017) – register your interest at training@freedomfromtorture.org and we will notify you when the dates and venue are agreed.

 

Tutors/facilitators

The course facilitators are expert Freedom from Torture staff who are specialists working in our children, young people and family service. They bring a wealth of experience from varied professional backgrounds, including systemic family therapy, social work, psychology and psychotherapy.

Course fee

The course fees listed include lunch, tea and snacks (the fee does not include accommodation, breakfast or evening meals)

We offer discounts for booking multiple modules

To register

Risk, Resilience and Rights is broad-ranging, comprehensive and diverse. It brings together, in one coherent programme, key approaches and good practice for working with vulnerable children, young people and families.

To learn more about our Risk, Resilience and Rights training programme, or to request an application form, please email training@freedomfromtorture.org.

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