THIS MODULE IS AVAILABLE FOR TRANSLATION
21h online learning
2 days face-to-face
10h independent learning (essential readings)
8h assessment tasks
English, German, Croatian, Slovak, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, Lithuanian, Spanish & Romanian
Version 6 (2021)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
Successfully passed Inclusion & Introduction to vulnerability OR at least 1 year of work experience as a case officer. As entry requirement, any qualification at EQF Level 5 or equivalent
The aim of this module is to outline the knowledge, skills and attributes needed to apply the EUAA’s structured method of evidence assessment when assessing an application for international protection so that the risk of subjectivity in individual cases is reduced.
This module explores how the material facts of a case are established through gathering, examining and comparing available pieces of evidence. It outlines the theoretical aspects and the relevant legislation from a practical perspective and applies the evidence assessment methodology that builds around the three different steps of information gathering, credibility assessment and risk assessment.
Identify the material facts and the pieces of evidence within an asylum claim according to the EUAA’s structured method of evidence assessment
Conduct the credibility assessment to decide whether to accept or reject each material fact within an asylum claim according to the EUAA’s structured method of evidence assessment
Conduct the risk assessment for an asylum claim according to the EUAA’s structured method of evidence assessment
This module is delivered through a blended learning methodology (online, face-to-face and independent learning). Online learning uses learning activities that assess progress toward the learning outcomes and face-to-face sessions focus on complex elements, providing a comprehensive overview of the evidence-assessment methodology.
The assessment strategy is based on one assessment at the end of the module. It consists of a case scenario where the learner needs to conduct the evidence assessment of a claim for international protection in line with the EUAA’s structured method of evidence assessment.
Training plan 2024
|TRAINING PLAN||TARGET GROUP||LOCATION||REGISTRATION DEADLINE||ONLINE DURATION||WEBINAR / F2F||ASSESSMENT|
|Learners curriculum||Asylum staff||Malta||25th April 2024||2nd May to 14th June 2024||19th to 20th June 2024||9th July 2024|
|Content module assessment||Asylum staff||Malta||25th April 2024||2nd May to 14th June 2024||n/a||9th July 2024|