One of NCP’s Strategic Goals is to deliver targeted trainings that enhances the delivery of better services to people from migrant communities in Ireland and to promote cultural understanding in Irish society.
Please see below list of trainings that NCP has developed and currently implementing.
Cultural Awareness Training for Professionals:
The Migrant Family Support Service (MFSS) delivers training to frontline service providers, on how to improve the cultural competence of their service delivery in child protection. MFSS also offers a one-day training programme for community leaders, pastors, imams, Sunday school teachers, Quran teachers and any other groups who may wish to avail.
Child Protection Training for Migrant Parents:
Another MFSS training that aims to raise awareness of Children First legislation and the communities’ duty of safeguarding children. The training is free of charge and is delivered in an interactive manner.
For more information about both trainings or to book a training session, please contact us by email: email@example.com or phone (01) 872 7842.
MAP Employment Training
The Migrant Access Programme (MAP)is a free service that assesses participants needs and provides them with a “Toolkit” to outline their career future. Our aim is to empower migrants and assist them in overcoming cultural and personal barriers to access employment.
For further information and how to register please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone act: (01) 872 7842
Returning to the Workforce Training
Migrant Women - Opportunities for Work (Mi-WOW)The Returning to the Workforce Training is an 8-week blended learning programme aimed at preparing Migrant Women and Migrant Descendant Women to go back into the labour market. There is a total of four trainings per year. These are divided between Leinster, Munster, and Connacht.