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The aim of this project is to help educators and workers identify persons who are finding difficult to live, and learn how to educate them in an informal way which will lead to employment and social inclusion. Training will be given to educators who teach workers / front liners and other educators who interact with Third Country Nationals (TCNs) how to identify persons who experienced trauma and how to help them socially interact with others, and what basic skills they need to give them before encouraging TCNs to participate in formal recognized training courses.
a) Increase employee motivation and job satisfaction among people working with TCNs,
b) Increase innovation and efficiency in processes, leading to socially including TCNs,
c) Increase capacity to adopt new technologies, strategies, methods and services being offered,
d) Increase in the skills levels, competencies needed to do the job well and reduce employee turnover,
e) Increase the identification of victims of human trafficking or smuggling.
f) give basic skills to TCNs for future employment; and
g) have a holistic on-line training to different citizens from different EU Member States.

Effective Education for Persons Working with Vulnerable People’ (EEPWVP) will comprise the establishment of three different intellectual outputs: the creation of a training manual, the training e-course and the creation of a mobile application.

This tool will be used in training and to help front line staff and educators working with TCNs with practical skills to accurately perform their key duties involving identifying victims, implementing protection systems and adequately safeguarding victims.

The training will address the basic skills needed by these persons, and how to lead them to participate at a community level. It will also highlight immediate services required by persons who experienced human trafficking or smuggling, including safe accommodation, medical care, counseling and education.

Strengthened relationship amongst all participating organisations and their volunteers and workers, increase the level of efficiency of NGOs and workers that interact with TCNs by giving TCNs the requested services and basic skills, help TCNs, especially victims of smuggling and human trafficking to overcome the trauma they passed through, and complement the national policies to integrate TCNs into the local communities.

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