"As a virtual school, we’ve attended this training twice already and would definitely consider it again for new members of the team or as a refresher. REUK trainers are extremely knowledgeable and responded to any queries we threw at them throughout the training in a very thorough manner. They managed to relay complex but incredibly important and relevant information for the education of our young people in a way that is digestible and easy to remember. We strongly recommend REUK training. Not only will it equip you with invaluable knowledge when directly supporting young people to access education and understand their pathway options but it will also give you with extra tools when communicating the needs of young people to schools and colleges."

 

Gina Antchandie, UASC Project Manager at Croydon Virtual School 

"My knowledge and confidence have definitely increased. This was a fantastic session which deserves a very high profile. Its strength was in communicating complex information in a clear and usable way. I will definitely recommend this to colleagues."

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Practitioner training

Our in-person and virtual training upskills other professionals to promote young refugees' educational access and outcomes in their context.

A cost-effective option for multiple participants, our in-house training can be adapted to meet the needs of particular institutions or organisations. We have provided training to local authorities and universities who want to embed learning and best practice across teams and departments.

We deliver bespoke in-house training to ensure that groups get the tailored information they need for their particular context.

As forced migration experts in the education sector and education experts in the forced migration sector, REUK is well-placed to increase training participants' knowledge and confidence. These regular interactive sessions are ideal for individual representatives from institutions and organisations. We run training on all stages of the educational journey - from access to education, to achieving in education, to progressing in education.

We frequently run training sessions for teachers, social workers, university and NGO staff, equipping them to support the refugee learners they know.

Supporting Afghan Students in Educational Settings

This training is aimed at teachers and staff in schools and other educational settings. It provides an introduction to supporting Afghan students that arrive in your school or organisation. We draw on the recent information, current research on the resettlement of young Afghans in the UK, and our experience with young Afghans over the past 10 years. We will explain the educational implications for newly-arrived students with a focus on barriers to their progress and achievement. We will outline practical strategies that you and your organisation can adopt to overcome these challenges with young people, and share details of free REUK resources that can help you engage with Afghan families and develop your policies and practices.

The training will help you to:

  • recognise how Afghan students will be impacted by forced displacement and their previous experience of education 

  • identify academic and wellbeing challenges for resettled Afghan children

  • develop compassionate and effective interventions appropriate to the context of Afghan students

If you would like to book a session for this training, please contact training@reuk.org

In the coming weeks, REUK will launch a new Education Welcome Project, which will include new training on how to support the education and wellbeing of newly arrived refugees and asylum seekers, including from Ukraine. Please sign up to our newsletter (and select training) to be informed about new dates.

Access to Higher Education (HE) for young refugees and asylum seekers

Access to Further Education (FE) for young refugees and asylum seekers

This flagship training session enables practitioners to understand the barriers to university for refugee and asylum-seeking students and equips them with the skills and confidence to move forward.

This new training session enables practitioners to better navigate the complex FE system including entitlement to funding for refugee and asylum-seeking students and supporting students to enrol at college.

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