Reception of vulnerable persons: identification of vulnerability and provision of initial support (Block A)
THIS MODULE WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE FOR TRANSLATION.
Reception officers in contact with applicants for international protection in the reception system
20-30h online learning
1 day face-to-face
English, Greek, Czech, German, Slovak, Spanish, Lithuanian & Latvian
Version 1 (2020)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
The aim of this module is to explain how to construct objective reports describing observations on vulnerability, the basic principles of facility and room allocation for vulnerable persons, and information provision to vulnerable persons.
This module focuses on the concept of vulnerability in the reception context. It explores different categories of vulnerable persons, vulnerability indicators and protective factors. The module also deals with the implications of vulnerabilities for reception needs, the initial steps to support applicants with special reception needs, psychological first aid, and biases and how to overcome them.
Outline vulnerability indicators, categories of vulnerable persons and the implications of vulnerabilities for special reception needs
Apply techniques and procedures to identify asylum applicants with special reception needs and decide how to deal with them
Initiate support for applicants with special reception needs
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 the face-to-face session focuses on complex elements that require discussion.
In 2023, this module will be upgraded as part of the restructuring of the European Asylum Curriculum.
Training plan 2024
|WEBINAR / F2F
|23rd April 2024
|30th April to 6th June 2024
|11th to 12th June 2024
|27th June 2024