“SCORE– Developing the Skills of Community & Health Workers Working with Refugees“ is a 2year European project, which is implemented by seven partners. The project is an innovative intervention in the framework of education of professionals in working with refugees. It is primarily aimed at service commissioners and providers working in local authorities in children’s and adults’ services. It will also be of interest to asylum seeker and refugee organizations and voluntary organizations in these areas. Most of the projects running so far are aiming in first entrance areas. The project will also help to educate the local societies on the refugee humanitarian problem. The social care services should use a rights-based approach, considering the person as an individual and assessing their need thoroughly, rather than viewing them solely through the lens of status and eligibility.
The Target Group of the project is:
- Health professionals
- Community workers
- VET institutionsTeachers in VET
- Charities – NGOs
- European networks
- Policy makers
The main outputs of “SCORE– Developing the Skills of Community & Health Workers Working with Refugees“ are:
- The research into the needs of refugees living in local communities and the needs and lack of skills of community and health workers working with refugees,
- The co-creation (part of Living Lab); curriculum, competences, learning outcomes for modular courses; experience of training community and health workers working with refugees,
- To Create training course for teachers/trainers, Implementation and Evaluation – Learning Resources and Learning Outcomes,
- To solve the issue “How to work with refugees” – Design, development and testing of workshop and e-learning,
- And the implementation and evaluation of community and health workers training – Practice with refugees for trained community and health workers.