CORE will provide another round of Cultural Orientation Knowledge Exchange Workshops in February at two new locations.
Created in direct response to provider feedback, the desktop version offers the same content and interactivity as the mobile version, but allows access via a computer.
CORE has developed a new toolkit aimed at helping supervisors and new CO providers work together to deliver CO.
The meeting focused on strengthening linkages across the CO continuum and provided an opportunity to exchange knowledge, information, and expertise for the benefit of all CO programs.
In response to the growing use of digital technology, CORE developed a supplemental lesson plan that addresses cultivating awareness and digital skills, which benefit refugees and contribute to their self-sufficiency.
CORE’s next webinar is Wednesday, November 14th at 1 p.m. This webinar will explore the latest document of CORE’s Effective Practice Series, Promising Practice: Delivering Gender Segregated Cultural Orientation Sessions.