This World Refugee Day FE News caught up with staff at Harrow College to find out how they use Living and Working in the UK qualifications to help refugees to understand the culture, expectations, and norms of life in Britain.

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In the article, Therese Lorphevre, who is Head of School at the London college, explains how her experience as the country readied itself for Brexit spearheaded the drive for a completely new qualification, now delivered across the country:

“At Harrow College, we have always believed that for our students to progress into further study and employment, and be fully integrated into British society, and make sufficient language progress… they need to do more than just English (ESOL).”

Currently at Harrow College Therese’s team is working with over a thousand refugees and the success of this programme has achieved national attention. Five years from its launch, it’s now run by over 30 colleges and training providers across the country. There are different levels available, and as students progress, different topics are introduced.

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