NRCME provides instruction and skill creation to help immigrants improve their technical strengths and abilities.
The NRCME’s training programmes cater to a wide range of needs and are designed to help people integrate into the work force.
Our seminars are led by migrant organisers and campaigners with first-hand knowledge of labour, settlement, and organising. Each training is customised to the individual needs of the participants. A normal training curriculum will discuss the following topics:
Power is being overstated. What exactly is power? Who has the ability to affect change? How to perform influence research and problem-issue analysis – how to break down daunting problems of poverty, injustice, or bigotry into manageable and actionable local acts that are relevant to policymakers and their neighbourhoods.
Involvement in the Community: The training challenges learners to think about how they communicate with, interact in, and organise in their groups. What are our responsibilities as supporters, organisers, and leaders? What is the distinction between organising with and for communities? How do we insure that our societies have equitable representation, transparency, and equality?
Organizing has a psychological and universal meaning. How are one-on-one meetings carried out? Develop a story about selves, us, and now – how personal issues of individual people become group interests when articulated, and how they can be formulated and actioned in the group and wider society in a constructive and organised way to raise consciousness, change beliefs, and influence policy. This module offers opportunities for political involvement that go beyond dialogue and inclusion by focusing on developing leaders’ influence and accountability within their communities and wider society.
Planning and assessing. How can policies and actions be planned and evaluated? To build leaders and their families, develop expertise and develop strategies. How will neighbourhoods be more involved in the planning and assessment process?