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If you wish to enquire about BRR’s training, please use the form at the bottom of this page.
“I learnt a great deal more about the process of applying for refugee status and some of the challenges and frustrations of the process. Getting the opportunity to hear personal stories was a real privilege and was very moving and thought provoking.”
– A medical student talking part in BRR training session as part of their Disability, Disadvantage and Diversity module.
Our training packages are designed to help your organisation understand the issues facing asylum seekers and refugees. Drawing on the wealth of knowledge and experience that we have accumulated over the years we had put together 2 training packages.
This course lasts for 2 hours and addresses:
This course lasts for 2 days and covers:
‘Knowledgeable, experienced, articulate and intelligent speakers, matched by their passion for the cause. Fantastic.’ – Bath Welcomes Refugees
The training we offer is designed to help your organisation understand the equality issues that are faced by asylum seekers and refugees. This can help you adapt your services, making them not only more accessible to asylum seekers and refugees but also more appropriate for their needs.
The packages are typically between 1.5 hours and 2 days long however, we can tailor them to fit the time you have available. We can also adapt the content of the training programme to reflect your organisation’s needs.
Our workshops draw on the existing knowledge of participants and involve a range of activities including quizzes, presentations and scenarios. We can also include interactive Q & A sessions with refugees and asylum give first hand accounts of their experiences.
Our training fees are negotiable. Please contact us to discuss your training needs.
For more information, see our Training Leaflet.
‘A very worthwhile and valuable session which was very well received.’ – Bath Welcomes Refugees