Coram Children’s Legal Centre training primarily aims to help professionals to improve their understanding of the rights of children and young people. Our courses are aimed at service-providers in the statutory and voluntary sectors and all those working with or supporting children, young people and families.
Our training programme focuses on the rights of children and young people in the immigration and asylum systems. We also train on specific issues, including the EU Settlement Scheme, age assessments and trafficking and modern slavery. You can view a list of our current courses and book online.
If you want to book our training for an organisation, please see our training delivered in house (including online delivery) or email us at email@example.com to discuss your or your organisation’s needs.
We are currently running a GLA funded training programme. This training is an overview of the issues for children in care and care leavers related to immigration. If you are a local authority professional working in the London boroughs, you can book here.
If you require confirmation of past attendance at CCLC training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For advisers regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC):
CPD requirements changed on 12 July 2016. Course providers and courses no longer have to be recognised by CPD accrediting bodies, and OISC advisers are now free to choose who delivers their CPD without restrictions. For more information on these changes, see the OISC press release.
Any courses can be used to demonstrate learning and development for continuing competence. More information is available on the SRA website.
Barristers are welcome to attend, but please note that our courses are not currently accredited by the Bar Standards Board.