Posts Tagged “training”

Supporting English Language Learning

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Supporting English Language Learning

Churches Together in the Merseyside Region have produced another guide in their Welcoming the Stranger series. Supporting English Language Learning is aimed at faith and community groups who want to support English language learning among migrants, people seeking asylum and refugees in their local area. It points to ESOL resources (English for Speakers of Other Languages) and highlights…

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Asylum seekers trained in Global Kitchen

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Asylum seekers trained in Global Kitchen

On Thursday evening, a group of asylum seekers and refugees were presented with certificates to mark their successful completion of the Global Kitchen catering course. Trainer Mark Humphries was joined by NI Executive’s Finance Minister and South Belfast MLA Máirtín Ó Muilleoir. The participants received rigorous training in international cookery and food hygiene in a…

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Building understanding in Northern Ireland churches

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Building understanding in Northern Ireland churches

EMBRACE offer talks, workshops and migration awareness training to Northern Ireland churches and groups interested in learning more about migrant people and ways in which the local church can build relationships. You can find more information and details of how to book on the charity’s website. And you welcomed me is a two and a…

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EMBRACE

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EMBRACE

EMBRACE is a group of Christians from different denominations working together as a charity to promote a positive response to people who are seeking asylum, refugees, migrant workers and people from minority-ethnic backgrounds living in Northern Ireland. They have developed many resources that can be used by groups to explores issues of migration including a…

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