We can also help you with 1:1 sessions and information sheets.

Other information about education options

If you work with young asylum seekers and refugees, find out about our different training sessions for you. 

Training for practitioners

One to one support sessions

Unfortunately, due to exceptionally high demand, we are currently not taking any further referrals for FE casework. We will update this page when that changes.

One-off advice session

Who is this for? 

This session is aimed at young people who are supported by other professionals who are themselves not experts in the education sector. The young person must be accompanied to the advice session by the professional who is supporting them.

What will we do in this session?
  • Create an action plan with the young person

  • Give expert advice about the young person’s rights and entitlements

  • Suggest ways forward to overcome any identified barriers including, but not limited to, funding, enrolment and documentation.

  • Give tips to the professional on how to advocate for the young person to educational institutions

What will we not do?

We will not do any follow-up work with the young person after the advice session is completed

Please note this service is oversubscribed and there is a considerable waiting list. Please fill out this referral form and we'll be in touch as soon as we can. 

Four sessions of support work

Who is this for? 

This is aimed at any young person who would like advice about how to access or progress in further education and help to plan a realistic pathway to achieve their educational goals.

 

We will prioritise young people who do not receive support from other professionals for this service.

What will we do in these sessions?
  • Create an action plan with the young person

  • Give expert advice about the young person’s rights and entitlements

  • Identify ways forward to overcome any barriers including but not limited to funding, enrolment and documentation.

  • Work with the young person to ensure that they access the best educational course available to them

  • Support the young person to overcome any barriers including applying for additional funding, accessing documentation and accompanying them to enrolment.

If you would like a young person you support to access these support sessions please complete this referral form.

Please note this service is oversubscribed and there is a considerable waiting list.

REUK is pleased to offer 1:1 online support sessions for young people and the professionals who support them.

We offer two types of advice sessions: 

hello@reuk.org
@RefugeeEdUK

Current correspondence address:

Kings House

174 Hammersmith Road
London
W6 7JP

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