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Tactic has trained individuals from a wide range of organisations, including:

Training that was delivered by Sue was incredibly useful and interesting. She was an oracle on immigration matters and managed to bring the rules to life through real life cases. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her training courses in the future. 

Simon, Asylum Welcome

The clarity of the presentation; how prepared and professional Sue was; how attuned Sue was to the needs and wants of her ‘audience’. This all allowed for a lot of material to be covered and absorbed without feeling too dense

Volunteer, AVID

I came to know about TACTIC mid-2020. I have attended several training sessions with Sue and continue to do so. I have been attending for FREE because I still do not have access to any form of income. Since my asylum case had been refused in 2017, I almost lost hope. It was hard for me to access information, advice and support that I needed to progress with my case. Thanks to Sue’s generosity and understanding, attending TACTIC training opened my eyes in many different ways such that I was able to submit my further submissions in the midst of the first pandemic lockdown. I have also gained so much confidence in the way I respond to issues that some of my friends who are in the same situation face. I personally feel empowered. The training has been particularly life changing for me. 

Loraine Masiya Mponela, Asylum seeker and member of Coventry Asylum and Refugee Action Group (CARAG)

Sue’s training sessions are so valuable for everyone who wants to learn about the UK Immigration and Asylum system and related matters. Sue’s preparation of the training materials and examples of case scenarios on training courses that I attended have given me a great learning experience.

On their bespoke training package:
“Training from TACTIC has helped staff and the projects we support to get to grips with the complex and changing environment for EEA nationals following Britain’s departure from the European Union and the end of the transition period. This knowledge and signposting is an important way through which projects will be able to use to support people from the European Union experiencing homelessness in the UK”
Jacob Quagliozzi, Director of England for Housing Justice