SCORE Developing the Skills of COmmunity and health workers working with Refugees
The project is aimed at increasing the skills of local professionals working with the refugees, namely community and health workers.
Starting from a research about need for competences of community and health workers, the project will create a blended learning model and specific training tools to enable them to provide refugees with targeted health and social services.
In particular, the project main activities are the following:
- the collection of European best practices and strategies for improving the skills of professionals working with refugees and asylum seekers
- the analysis of refugees and asylum seekers’ needs, and of the training needs of community workers and health workers who deal with them
- the design, testing and validation of a training curriculum, based on the results of the previous analysis, addressed to community workers and health workers working with refugees and asylum seekers
- the development of an e-learning platform for social and health workers.
The main products available at the end of the project will be:
- a research about the needs of refugees living in local communities and on the needs and skills of health and community workers who deal with them
- a curriculum of competences for health and community workers dealing with refugees and asylum seekers
- a training course for teachers / trainers
- the “How to work with refugees” e-learning platform.
The project involves 7 partners based in 4 EU countries: Greece, Italy, Denmark, Spain.
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Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union