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GVETS e-learning platform for professionals working with children in a migration environment

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Posted by Barbara Marosváry

The GVETS online training was created to provide a free access multidisciplinary capacity building program for social workers and other professionals who work with migrant children, in order to strengthen their role in the protection of children. 

The online training consists of 7 Modules: 
Module 1: Protection of migrant children 
Module 2: Working with migrant children at risk 
Module 3: Crisis management with migrant children 
Module 4: Civic education and professional guidance for children with migratory background 
Module 5: Critical and Constructive Practice in Social Work 
Module 6: Social Workers working with migrant children 
Module 7: Social work in the digital ERA 

Our training focuses on both theoretical and practical knowledge; intercultural, child-specific and social worker skills and competences; exercises to enhance deeper understanding; field work and case studies with real-life examples; additional reasources and further readings. The entire training is available in English, and selected parts are available in partners' local languages (Hungarian, Italian, Greek, Luthuanian, Spanish, Portuguese) 

The training is recommended to social workers and other professionals who are working or are interested in the work with migrant children. 

The resource was created in the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships project GVETS (2017-1-HU01-KA202-035927)

Resource Author(s): 
Menedék Association, Center for Social Innocation, ITAINNOVA, IASIS NGO, Diversity Development Group, AIDGLOBAL, Oxfam Italia
Publication Date:
Thursday, 31 October, 2019
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