On this course, the key models of culture and cultural theory will be discussed in further detail. Participants will design and create a comprehensive intercultural skills training programme and plan its implementation in their own teaching context. They will be coached by their trainer and supported by other participants. You will develop your skills for teaching in areas such as building rapport, influencing and managing conflict in professional contexts.
After registration, participants on this course programme will receive:
At the end of the course, you will:
If you are from a country outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, you will need a visa. Students from certain countries do not need to apply for a visa before arriving in the UK. You can check if you need to apply for a visa on the UK Visas and Immigration website.
In the unlikely event of a course not recruiting sufficient numbers you would be offered an alternative.
|Session One||Session Two||Session Three
|MONDAY||Introduction to the course – objectives and methodology|
Review of key approaches to culture and diversity, and key challenges of internationality
|Designing an intercultural communication skills programme|
- a step by step approach
- delivering intercultural courses
- facilitation versus training
Getting started on goals. Objectives and structure
|TUESDAY||Mini-presentations and feedback: |
Initial course design context and ideas
|Profiling own intercultural competence|
Understanding and integrating intercultural competence models in practice
|Communication fundamentals: key interpersonal skills|
- using feedback effectively in intercultural training courses - understand and manage cross-cultural conflicts in training programmes
|Individual coaching techniques and practice|
Peer coaching and support
|Programme design, facilitation and support|