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Invitation to Training of Trainers for Cultural Mediators
The International Organization for Migration – IOM mission in Malta is pleased to invite you to
A two-day training of trainers (ToT) in the field of socio-economic integration of Third-Country Nationals living in Malta.
Individuals interested in being trained as cultural mediators who will be able to provide civic orientation sessions to Third Country Nationals are kindly invited to apply.
The training will take place in IOM Office, De Vilhena Residence, Apt. 2, Trejqet il-Fosos, Floriana, Malta on the 5th and 6th of March 2015 between 09:00 and 15:00.
The training will focus on different areas of work, education and practical aspects of living in Malta relevant to Third Country Nationals. Participants will also be provided with knowledge and skills on training tools and methods.
Participation to the training is free-of-charge; however possibility to participate will be limited due to space. You are therefore encouraged to confirm your participation at your earliest convenience.
The training will be delivered in English. The participants are therefore expected to have a good level of English, with knowledge of Arabic, Chinese, Filipino, Hindi or Serbian language considered a distinct advantage.
Please note that the application deadline has now passed.
The activities are part of the project ‘Supporting Third-Country Nationals’ Integration through Their Awareness on the Maltese Legal and Social Contexts’, co-funded by the European Fund for the Integration of Third Country Nationals.