Settlement support for youth

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Course Overview

This online learning module will enable settlement workers to understand some of the specific needs and experiences of young people with a migrant and refugee background, the need for, and the purpose of the National Youth Settlement Framework and the components that are part of the framework.

 

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Please email secretratiat@setscop.org.au for your certificate.

What it covers

  • Youth from refugee and migrant backgrounds

    Increase knowledge of the particular settlement needs of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.

  • Young people's settlement support needs

    Increase knowledge of why there is a need for a youth-specific approach to settlement.

  • Where are young people settling in Australia?

    Help determine training for young people settling across Australia.

  • National Youth Settlement Framework (NYSF) and its importance

    Understand the role and purpose of MYAN and the purpose of the National Youth Settlement Framework.

How to complete

  • Learn

    Learn

    Read through each module, which provides basic information on how to manage your money in Australia.

  • Test your knowledge

    Test your knowledge

    Create a budget for you or your household, based on the information and tips provided.

  • Achieve

    Achieve

    Apply the knowledge you have gained through this course to any financial decisions you make in the future.

SETSCoP

SETSCoP is a community of practice (CoP) bringing together service providers who support refugees and vulnerable migrants under the Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS) program. As a collective, SETSCoP is committed to learning and developing new approaches to better settle refugees and vulnerable migrants. With a focus on empowering the most vulnerable, SETSCoP plays a crucial role in identifying ways to improve the economic and social participation, independence, wellbeing and community engagement of those recently settled in the our community.

http://www.setscop.org.au/ 

Social Policy Group

The Social Policy Group (SPG) is a national, non-government, not-for-profit body with specialist expertise in social policy and program design with a focus on population diversity, social and community cohesion, gender equality, community participation and inclusion, systems’ responsiveness, and community outreach and engagement.

http://www.socialpolicy.org.au/ 

Supported by Australian Government

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