As well as the SQA quality assured award, REACH offers Half-Day, 1 day, 3 day training workshops from Awareness to Application for frontline organisations. These workshops teach frontline workers how to understand to a basic degree in how to apply a human rights based in their work with patients and clients.
The length of these workshops can be tailored to suit the needs of your organisation:
HALF DAY WORKSHOP : Awareness to Human rights within advocacy.
Participants will learn about different models of advocacy, the different elements to an advocate/client relationship and an overview of human rights legislation.
1 DAY WORKSHOP : Learning how to apply a human rights-based approach to advocacy.
Participants will learn about advocacy and the relevance of adopting a person-centered approach. In addition, participants will learn about rights holders/ duty bearers, human rights legislation and how to apply a human rights-based approach to advocacy through the PANEL principles and FAIR model.
3 DAY WORKSHOP – Accreditation induction
Participates will not only be taken through advocacy approaches and human rights legislation, but will also learn how to critically examine advocacy cases through the human right’s legal framework. This will be achieved through learning how apply a human rights-based approach using the PANEL principles and FAIR model which will enable them to identify the accountable parties in advocacy cases.
This workshop lends itself as the induction to the award, where participants have the option to go on and achieve their SCQF level 7, SQA qualification in human rights-based advocacy.
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