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roshni Engage delivers high quality online training courses to the public, private and third sectors. We offer a comprehensive portfolio of services that includes access to a wide range of courses, course development and hosting.
Our interactive and participative training programmes are suitable for frontline workers and professionals across all disciplines and at all levels.
Online courses can be completed from the comfort of your own home or office at a time that suits you.
The Ethnic Survivors Forum works alongside statutory agencies, voluntary organisations and other bodies in pursuit of developing, supporting and influencing the future direction of services for minority ethnic survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
This service aims to increase awareness of childhood sexual abuse and its long term consequences within ethnic minority communities and will actively promote a programme of education and raising awareness within all ethnic minority communities.
This initiative offers a bespoke service to organisation engaged in working with vulnerable groups* ensuring that individuals engaged or employed with such organisation undertake the appropriate and relevant disclosure checks which allow them in turn to work with said vulnerable groups.
The service provided will comprise a member of the roshni team visiting you on your premises to discuss step by step the procedures and protocols required to ensure your organisation is fully compliant with current legislation as regard the protection of vulnerable groups.
In addition, advice and guidance can also be provided regard ensuring that your organisation has relevant policies in place e.g. Child Protection, Secure Handling, Retention, storage & disposal of data.
The Tackling Forced Marriage (TFM) initiative, a project by Roshni, aims to raise the awareness of and challenge, the practice of forced marriages within Minority Ethnic communities across Scotland.
We will work towards eliminating forced marriage in Scotland by challenging the practice before it takes place, through working with communities, faith groups and victims to overcome the culture of acceptance or of denial. In doing so, we aim to dispel myths and stereotypes in relation to forced marriages within minority ethnic communities.
Supported by the Forced Marriage Unit, the Tackling Forced Marriage (TFM) initiative aims to ensure that all victims of forced marriage receive effective, appropriate, culturally and faith sensitive support from all relevant Scottish agencies. We will support improvement in services, which in turn will improve the lives and enhance the health and well-being of members of Scotland’s Minority Ethnic community.
To achieve this, TFM initiative will:
- Deliver a programme of specialised awareness raising events across Scotland.
- Deliver a series of culturally-sensitive training seminars to frontline staff
- Increase the knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation.
- Promote the TFM in Scotland programme online and throughout Scotland’s ethnic media.
The SAFE project aims to develop skills and self-confidence within minority ethnic communities in addressing issues around safeguarding and wellbeing.
Our community outreach programme will engage with minority ethnic children and young people through a series of interactive, culture and faith sensitive workshops,as well as parents,carers and organisations through our community engagement events.
In addition,the SAFE project offers training for organisations and professionals to increase cultural awareness and ensure effective protection of children and young people from a minority ethnic background.