THIS MODULE IS AVAILABLE FOR TRANSLATION. THIS MODULE WILL BE SUBSTITUTED BY CHILDREN IN THE ASYLUM PROCESS (AVAILABLE SOON) AND MANAGING CASES WITH CHILDREN (AVAILABLE END OF 2024).
Asylum case officers who interview child applicants for international protection
25-30h online learning
2 days face-to-face
English, Slovak, Polish, Arabic, Turkish, Slovene, Russian, Dutch, French, Spanish & German
Version 4 (2018)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
The aim of this module is to provide asylum case officers with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to conduct a professional and effective personal interview with a child.
This module focuses on children’s developmental stages, the legal and procedural safeguards for children in the international protection process and child-specific interview techniques. Centring on the best interests of the child, this module explains how to assess the maturity of the child before and during the interview in order to adapt the interview to the maturity and situation of each child.
Conduct an effective interview with a child in an international protection context while respecting his or her best interests
Adapt the interview to the maturity and situation of the child
This module is delivered through a blended learning methodology (online and face-to-face). Online learning contains learning activities that assess progress toward the learning outcomes, and face-to-face sessions focus on complex elements that require discussion.
In 2023, this module will be replaced by the new modules Children in the asylum process and Managing cases with children.
Training plan 2024
|TRAINING PLAN||TARGET GROUP||LOCATION||REGISTRATION DEADLINE||ONLINE DURATION||WEBINAR / F2F||ASSESSMENT|
|Learners curriculum||Asylum staff||Malta||3rd September 2024||10th September to 18th October 2024||23rd to 24th October 2024||n/a|