Refugee Sponsorship Training Program

PSR: Everything You Want To Know About Group Of Five

Maybe there are some things that are still confusing to you when it comes to group of five sponsorship (G5).

Rest assured, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is holding a workshop to simplify things.

Participants will be able to know more on:

  • Who can be sponsored

  • Who can sponsor with a focus on group of five sponsorship

  • Settlement and financial requirements

PSR: Adding Dependents Following Submission Of Application

Sometimes, unforeseen circumstances may arise when you have already submitted your private sponsorship application.

In this case, how do you keep Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) up to date with the changes?

The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) will walk you through the steps through a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • The importance of keeping IRCC up to date with the changes in circumstances

Workshop: How To Overcome Sponsorship Disputes

Disagreements and misunderstandings between private sponsors and the sponsored refugee may arise during the course of a sponsorship.

This may be caused because of difference in cultural perspectives and dimensions.

To help private sponsors mitigate conflict, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is organizing a workshop.

Participants will be able to learn more on the following topics:

  • Definition of culture

Wellness Fair For Private Sponsors

Helping refugees resettle in Canada can be stressful.

To help private sponsors take care of their wellness, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is organizing a wellness fair.

Participants will be to connect with health practitioners and wellness professionals.

They will provide information and and answers to your answers.

They will also help participants connect make connections in the following areas:

  • Yoga

PSR: Managing Expectations

Unrealistic expectations from the private sponsor and the sponsored refugee can lead to a sponsorship breakdown.

That is why it is important to manage the expectations of both parties right from the beginning.

The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is organizing a webinar to help you manage your expectations.

Date: Thursday, 28th of February, 2019

Time: 2:00 p.m tp 3:00 p.m

PSR: Gearing Up For The Visa Office Interview

The interview with the Canadian visa offices (VO) abroad is a turning point in the private sponsorship process.

After all, it entails that the refugee you are sponsoring is one step away from being granted permanent residence.

To help you prepare the refugee before he goes for the interview, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • How to prepare when invited for the interview

PSR: Supporting The Settlement And Integration Of Refugees

The private sponsorship of refugees entails a number of moral, financial, and legal responsibilities.

The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is organizing a webinar to familiarize private sponsors with their responsibilities.

The following topics will be covered:

  • Recap of sponsors’ settlement and financial responsibilities under the PSR program

  • The importance of connecting newcomers with a settlement agency

PSR: Getting Everything Set For Month 13

Month 13 is a significant time for both refugees and their sponsors.

At that point, private sponsors no longer provide support and refugees have to stand on their own.

To help private sponsors prepare for that milestone, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • When should sponsor start preparing for month 13

  • What to consider when preparing newcomers for month 13

Refugee Health Workshop For Private Sponsors

Finding health services for refugees can be quite a headache.

The Refugee 613 in partnership with the Ottawa Newcomer Health Centre and the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is organizing a refugee health workshop.

Private sponsors will get an overview of health benefits that refugees are entitled to during their first year in Canada.

Participants will also have the opportunity to ask experts questions and engage in interactive activities that will help them understand the refugee experience

Getting Ready For The Visa Interview

The interview with the Canadian visa offices (VO) is a milestone for the refugee you sponsored.

After all, this means that the refugee is very closed to be granted permanent residence.

To help you prepare for the interview, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • How to prepare for the interview when invited

  • What helps refugees tell their stories during the interview