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Legal Advice Boundaries

We provide training to practitioners working with people seeking asylum/sanctuary

What this course covers:

  • Understanding the rules and regulations around giving the legal advice
  • What qualifies as legal advice
  • How to manage the boundaries between support and legal advice
  • The implications of giving unregulated/unqualified legal advice for practitioners, services and clients.
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Working with Interpreters (coming soon):

Interpreters are crucial to ensuring services are accessible to speakers of other languages. Good interpreting is highly skilled and difficult work but working with interpreters - whether you are a support worker, lawyer, GP, therapist or in any other role - also requires skill and thought.

What this course covers:

  • What to expect when working with interpreters
  • The benefits and challenges of using interpreters
  • Best practice
  • Dos and Don'ts
  • How to deal with some common challenges of working with interpreters

To inquire about our courses, discuss content, pricing or bespoke training, please email

What others say...


The training was very helpful. The trainer had a high level of passion and up to date knowledge, and allowed lots of space for questions and discussion of cases.

Attendant on our Legal Advice Boundaries course

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