TS4SE works flexibly and professionally to meet the needs of organisations and ultimately migrant communities, particularly in the light of changes to structures and funding.
TRAINING: As well as providing a series of popular ‘off-the-peg’ training packages, we are happy to develop training courses according to your specific needs and resources. These may be developed as face to face training, ‘training for trainers’ courses, e-learning packages or a combination of the above.
CONSULTANCY: Alternatively, do you need to evaluate a project, assess the impact of structural changes at a community level, improve engagement or adapt to changing service user populations? Our experienced team can help. Contact us to discuss your consultancy requirements.
As well as facilitating open training, we have conducted consultations and training for:
(Africans Unite Against Child Abuse)
Evaluation of the 5-year 'Working with Faith Organisations to Safeguard African Children in Yorkshire' project through assessment of existing monitoring information, interviews and focus groups
Cardiff City of Sanctuary
planning and facilitation of two engagement events to coproduce 12-18 month strategic plan
Training on 'Navigating the NHS'
Research into 'Access to Health and Social Care for Eastern European migrants in Thanet' through literature and policy reviews, stakeholder interviews and focus groups
Manchester Refugee Support Network
Training for Greater Manchester refugee community groups on Charity Governance, Charitable Trade and Trading for Social Purpose, and Understanding UK Charity Law and the Duty of the Trustee
Development of a comprehensive guidance document on Health and Migration, followed by a series of training programmes for service providers in Manchester and Yorkshire as part of the Integration Up North project
NHS England Equalities and Health Inequalities team
We have worked with the team on several projects, including migrant access to primary care services, the potential equalities impact of migrant charging, and Guidelines for Commissioners of Mental Health Services for Vulnerable Migrants.
NHS Manchester CCGs
Specialist support in developing GP services for refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants
North West Regional Strategic Migration Partnership
Resource development: Including Migrant populations in JSNAs: a guide, and Improving Access to Healthcare for Migrants: a toolkit; community consultation on the closure of the Horizon Centre (specialist asylum GP practice)
(Clinical Commissioning Group)
Training staff on the health needs of refugees and asylum seekers
Training housing and maintenance staff and managers in Cultural Competence and Communication Skills
Development and delivery of community focused training sessions in multiple languages
University of Manchester
Training mental health practitioner students in Refugee Mental Health and Working with Interpreters