The project partners will work together to develop further education and training modules on the basis of the requirements identified and under the didactic/methodological leadership of the University of Liège (Institut LabSet). Up to 60 volunteer and full-time refugee helpers from the fields of social work, education and medicine will subsequently be trained in the Meuse-Rhine Euregio. The training module content focuses on general key competences, which can be divided into three categories:
- Strengthening competencies to facilitate intercultural exchange with refugees and migrants and raise awareness for the demands of working with traumatized people
- Strengthen competencies that facilitate guidance and support with regard to the integration process and the requisite steps to be taken
- Strengthen competences that facilitate resilience, self-reflection and the ability to set boundaries with regard to everyday work
In addition, a pool of interpreters will be established for the social area. These volunteers will be qualified by means of a subject-specific module. The training target group is primarily immigrants and refugees with the goal of enabling them to play an important key role in the integration process themselves, and also to improve their prospect of social inclusion in the long term.