Do you work for an intermediary organization? Do you work with migrants and refugees, in order to allow them to be part of the labor market in our country? Do you want to empower your skills with an intensive course?

CEIPES in the scope of the project IMMIJOBS (AMIF-2017-AG-INTE) funded by AMIF (Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund) is realizing an online training for intermediary organizations, that operate as a bridge between migrants and enterprises to foster refugees working inclusion.

The training is addressed to: people working in chambers of commerce, NGOs, public organizations, employment agencies, trade of unions, shelter centers and VET organizations.

At the end of this article, you will find all the needed information to take part to the training!

The integration of newly arrived migrants and refugees in the labor market is one of the most important factors for their successful social inclusion in the host countries’ societies. A good working inclusion passes for a better spread of information from both sides. Refugees and migrants often do not know which jobs are available, which are the needs of the labor market, which skills are required. On the other hand, many employers are not aware of the skills that the migrants and refugees bring from their countries and are not able to valorize diversity in order to grow their enterprises.

With the training, we pretend to overcome these lacks of information in order to build capacities and valorize the role and potential of intermediary organizations. Their role can start, from the identification of the prior skills of refugees and migrants and can continue with the provision of specialized vocational education and training, support of matches between the desired skills of the enterprises and the skills that the migrants and refugees already have.

Moreover, the training will increase the awareness of the existing EU tools (Employers together for Integration”, the Upskilling Pathways Council Recommendation, the EU Skills Profile for Third Country Nationals).

It is a 30 hours online training, for three weeks and it is split up into international (once a week), through the ZOOM platform and national sessions (twice a week) through the TEAMS platform.

The international part (9 hours), will be the theoretical part, in which experts will explain the modules. These sessions will be also used to know stakeholders of other countries and to exchange best practices. Since, these sessions foresee the meeting between different countries, it will be in English. This is the reason why it is compulsory to have a minimal knowledge of the English language.

In the national sessions, stakeholders will be divided by country and sessions will be held in the national languages. Participants will put in practice, with exercises, role plays and simulations what have been learned and understood in the international session.

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What are you waiting for to join us?

It is free and at the end of it, the training foresees a certificate of attendance for every participant!

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