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This course will aim to assist carers to gain an understanding of the complexities and challenges associated with Unaccompanied Child Asylum Seekers. Reflecting on legislation, personal stories and factual data, the course aims to identify and explore the issues currently faced by young people, foster carers and professionals. Participants will cover areas of social and cultural isolation faced by young people who have been displaced from their country of birth and their families, whilst exploring the issues faced by carers and the young people as they approach adulthood.
In recognising that Unaccompanied Child Asylum Seekers are among the most vulnerable young people in society, the course explores the risk and safeguarding concerns pertaining to discrimination, sexual exploitation, child trafficking, forced marriage, genital mutilation.
Participants will reflect on the myths and misconceptions prevalent in wider society; and by using a social pedagogic framework the course will focus on allowing carers to work in the most effective child-centred way.
This course will help carers understand the following:
Delivery Method: Face-to-Face / Virtual Classroom
Max delegates: 20
Duration: Half Day
For more information about this course please contact us.
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