We offer bespoke training on a range of Intercultural topics to suit the needs of your

  • Corporations

  • Educational institutions (schools, further education, higher education)

  • Grassroots organisations

  • Government and local authority

  • Individuals

Training

Our Sessions

Our training packages are divided into modular interactive theme units. We can combine units to suit the needs of your organisation. The package includes consultancy and focus group sessions to identify your organisational needs and course content requirements. Our intercultural awareness introductory 1 day course provides an introduction to all requested units.

Our Aim

  • To create a safe space for people to be able to share their thoughts, experiences and ideas without worrying too much about saying the right things or being seen as nonpolitically correct.

  • Encourage participants to reflect on their own unconscious bias and discuss ways of reducing it such as widening and diversifying your network and where you get your ‘news’ and information from.

  • To reflect on community development practices.

  • To address issues of social inequality and diversity within Communities

  • Look at collection of data and what to do with it.

  • Encourage attendees to think about where they get there information about minorities (migrants, Muslims, asylum seekers etc...) and to question them.

  • Reflect on their use of language.

OTHERING

Define othering

Terminology

Historical context

Reducing othering

Positive future actions

How it manifests in contemporary:

Society

Susiness

Commerce

Media

Education

UNCONCIOUS BIAS

Tagline: We all have unconscious bias.

Course Content:

Origins.

Ideas and Definitions.

How it manifests.

Unconscious bias effects on:

Recruitment

Employment

Education

How to reduce it

Future positive actions

Further reading

DIVERSITY AS AN ASSET

Introduction and definitions:

Historical

Local

Organisational

National

International

Data

Research

Case studies

Analysis

Future positive actions

Further reading

SETTLING IN THE UK

Immigration Law and Policy

The Role of Optimism In Cultural Adaption 

Language Learning 

British Culture 

The Role of The Media 

Living In the UK

 

UNACCOMPANIED ASYLUM SEEKING CHILDREN

Definitions and Appropriate Language

Historical Context

Current Situation

Othering of UASC

Immigration Legislation and the Home Office

Children and Young People

Further Reading

 

REFUGEE AWARENESS

Definitions and Appropriate Language
Terminology
Historical Context
Present Challenges
Positive Future Actions

Language Learning

Interculture CIC,

Backfields House, Upper York Street,

Bristol, England, BS2 8QJ

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