© 2019, © 2019 Taylor & Francis. Few studies to date have investigated trauma training programs for healthcare workers who serve refugees. The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate the feasibility of a Train-the Trainer (TTT) seminar designed to bring knowledge of trauma-informed practices and task-shifting to healthcare workers charged to provide trauma informed care (TIC) for refugees in Greece. This study used a mixed-methods design, gathered survey data and qualitative descriptions of the barriers, facilitators, and perceived feasibility of task-shifting trauma screening and TIC interventions in healthcare settings that serve refugees. Thirty-three participants who attended a two-day TTT seminar completed a questionnaire, and 11 participants participated in two focus groups. Descriptive findings showed that healthcare workers reported satisfaction with knowledge gained after the TTT seminar. Qualitative findings indicated three main themes associated with the perceived feasibility of task-shifting TIC: a challenging work context; the relational stance; and broadening the conceptual map related to trauma. The findings suggest a TTT seminar may be a feasible method for knowledge dissemination on trauma and TIC in healthcare workers; however, additional training and supervision in TIC may be an important next-step in task-shifting TIC. Recommendations for supporting healthcare workers and integrating TIC into refugee services are discussed.