The East of England Strategic Migration Partnership are pleased to offer an online training course on Human Rights Assessments to local authority social workers in the East of England region.
This training will give delegates the information they need to ensure their assessments are legally compliant, as well as the practical tools and skills required to undertake the assessment in a child centered way.
This online course is aimed at social workers, personal advisors, team managers and local authority legal teams who are case holding former relevant unaccompanied asylum seeking children (UASC).
The course is delivered in modules which are hosted on a secure online learning platform with a 1:1 coaching call at the end of the course.
Once registered to attend, the learner and the tutor will agree a timescale to complete the course (normally over a period of two weeks) and book in a mutually convenient time for the 1:1 coaching call for that date.
The learner will have access to a secure online learning platform where the course is broken down into modules, designed to be taken at the learners own pace. All modules contain a PowerPoint presentation with audio recording as well as additional resources that learners can download and use in their daily practice. Some modules require the learner to complete an activity which can then be uploaded onto the learning platform or discussed during the 1:1 coaching call.
Once the modules are completed, the learner will complete their training with the 1:1 coaching call where they can ask any questions, discuss their learning and ensure that they feel confident going forward.
- An overview of the Asylum timeline
- Triple Planning – what this is and how to implement this in both care and pathway plans
- Talking to young people about Voluntary Return
- Legislation, Case Law and No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) conditions and the impact this has on our work
- Human Rights Legislation and the Human Rights Assessment
- Safety planning for those who are/at risk of becoming Appeals Rights Exhausted (ARE)
By the end of the course learners will:
- Understand the timeline of an Asylum Claim for UASC and how this can lead to the Human Rights Assessment
- Develop their knowledge around the triple planning process and how to apply this when working with UASC (relevant and former relevant)
- Understand the impact of each pathway of the triple planning process
- Determine when Local Authorities need to undertake a Human Rights Assessment for a former relevant UASC
- Demonstrate their understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the Local Authority towards former relevant UASC who are Appeals Rights Exhausted (ARE) using case law and legislation
- Develop best practice when working with those who are/ or are at risk of becoming ARE
- Feel confident in their work with young people, putting safety plans in place to reduce the risk of exploitation and destitution
- Develop their understanding of the voluntary return process and increase their confidence in using this knowledge to inform their pathway planning
If you are booking on behalf of a colleague, please ensure that you book one ticket at a time and enter their correct contact details when booking.
This event is now fully booked. To register an interest in attending future events or for further information and any queries, please contact Helen Hancock, UASC Regional Coordinator, Strategic Migration Partnership, email: [email protected] telephone: 07908 399625