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People aged under 25 account for more than 50% of refugees arriving in Australia. How prepared are you to work with these young people, their families and communities?

This one-day training session has been developed to provide you with an in-depth understanding of the unique needs and challenges these young people face as well as practical strategies and ideas on how to best support them to reach their potential.

This program provides you with the skills to:

  • Understand the experiences of young people and how it impacts on their settlement journey
  • Recognise the skills and resilience of young people
  • Build professional networks with others working with individuals

Who should attend:

  • Anyone whose work brings them into contact with young people from a refugee background e.g. youth workers, teachers, tutors, health care and disability professionals, employment, counselling professionals, education professionals, settlement workers, emergency service providers, religious organisations, recreation and community groups.
  • Professionals responsible for policy or program development.
  • Professionals and volunteers seeking to enhance their cultural competency when engaging with young people from a refugee background.

The following group discounts are also available. 

  • 3 to 5 participants per organisation: 15% discount
  • 6 to 10 participants per organisation: 20% discount
  • Student: 20% discount (Student ID must be presented)

Visit the Working with young people from a Refugee background pagecall us on 07 33375 400 or Contact us

January 22, 2020 at 9:30am - 4pm
Brisbane Multicultural Centre
28 Dibley St
Woolloongabba, QLD 4102
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Lili Sanchez · · 0432 569 720

Will you come?

Improve your cross-cultural practice and communication skills with this 1-day training session.
$1,200.00 Group of 6
$637.50 Group of 3
$250.00 General Admission
$200.00 Student Discount

Acknowledgement of country
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of all the lands on which we meet, work and live and recognise that this land has always been and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land.


Multicultural Australia respects and values Australia’s First Nation peoples’ enormous resilience, courage, determination and often unrecognized contributions to this country’s social and economic development. We walk together in solidarity in the shared pain of the past and with shared hope for the future.