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Trauma-informed ESOL for refugees: self-access training and workshop

Trauma-informed ESOL for refugees: self-access training and workshop

This training has been developed to meet an acute need among teachers of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and related fields to build awareness of how trauma can affect students with refugee backgrounds, and what practical strategies teachers can employ to both mitigate the effects of this and begin to promote recovery and growth. Whilst being practical in focus, it is underpinned by a number of years of research by the University of Leicester’s Sanctuary Seekers’ Unit into trauma-informed pedagogy in the refugee ESOL classroom. Learn more about our trauma-informed pedagogy initiative

In order to ensure that all practitioners have the opportunity to access this content – whether they are working in the public, HE or voluntary sectors – we have made it freely available in self-access format, in addition to being available in the form of a live online workshop (for a small fee).

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