- Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Law* - 18 Nov
- Experts by Experience Groups Share and Learn - 18 Nov
- Insight Hub Call: Bulletin #14 - 24 Nov
- Refugee Family Reunion Outside of the Immigration Rules* - 29 Nov
- A chat with the OISC on Raising Levels: Managers Ask Us Anything - 30 Nov
- EEA Nationals and Employment Rights: Q&A - 13 Dec
- Boundaries & Good Practice - 14 & 15 Dec
- Family Law for Migrant Parents* - 16 Dec
- OISC Level 1 Immigration* - 13 to 19 Jan
- OISC Level 1 Asylum & Protection* - 24 Jan
- Labour Migration Law* - 26 Jan
- OISC Level 2 Asylum & Protection* - 7 to 11 Feb
- OISC Level 2 Immigration* - 14 to 18 Mar
- Labour Migration Law* - 23 Mar
*These courses are restricted to organisations who are FIAP partners. To find out more, managers can contact Daniel Fallon
A chat with the OISC on Raising Levels: Managers Ask Us Anything
30 Nov, 11am-12.15pm
Are you OISC Registered and thinking of raising your level? Come along for a friendly chat with OISC Casework Manager, Claire Kennell, and the FIAP Team to get your questions answered.
NEW: EEA Nationals and Employment Rights: Q&A
Are you supporting EEA nationals with their immigration status and employment issues, struggling with how to influence employers on this subject or stuck with cases? Join us for a Q&A session with Labour Migration Law expert Aké Achi.
NEW: Family Law for Migrant Parents
This course focuses on the rights of migrant parents and their children, the options that are available to assert those rights and how and when to do this in an immigration context.
NEW: Labour Migration Law
26 Jan & 23 Mar
Delivered by Migrants at Work, this course focuses on the intersection between immigration law and employment law. It looks at the tensions that exist between them and how they can lead to discrimination against migrants and others.