- Introduction - European Asylum Curriculum
- Foundation modules
- Introductory modules
- Core modules
- Trainer's path
- Advanced core modules
- Country of origin modules
- Dublin modules
- Exclusion modules
- Modules for managers
- Reception modules
- Registration module
- Vulnerability modules
- Orientation course
Reception of vulnerable persons: needs assessment and design of interventions (Block B)
THIS MODULE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR TRANSLATION ANYMORE BECAUSE IT IS BEING RESTRUCTURED. NEW VERSION WILL BE READY TOWARDS THE END OF 2023.
Reception officers in contact with applicants for international protection in the reception system
15h online learning
1.5 days face-to-face
English, Spanish, Czech, German, Slovak & Lithuanian
Version 1 (2020)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
The aim of this module is to equip reception officers with an understanding of how vulnerabilities influence reception needs.
This module focuses on the importance of incorporating the needs arising from applicants’ vulnerabilities into decisions and actions in reception. It also explains how to conduct an assessment of special reception needs with an applicant for international protection, and how to design and review personal reception plans in the context of existing and evolving vulnerabilities.
Describe the potential impact of specific vulnerabilities on reception needs
Assess applicants’ special reception needs by applying the three main steps of the needs assessment
Design and review asylum applicants’ personal reception plans in the context of existing and evolving vulnerabilities
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 upgraded as part of the restructuring of the European Asylum Curriculum.