Onno’s Intercultural Awareness course covers the basics of Intercultural Awareness and Communciations skills for those working in the Education sector in the UK. It also includes language training to communicate with students and parents who speak English as a second language.
This course is aimed at primary-school or university-levelstaff and is adapted for the client depending on where they work.
This course runs for closed groups or teams. It is delivered in a 3-hour session on-site. Online and webinar options are available if requested.
To book or for available dates, please contact Onno directly.
Those working with students or staff from other countries
Those working with students who have families from other countries
Those working to develop inclusion plans and support for students and staff
Training aims and format:
To give you an understanding of the differences between global cultures and the impact of this on our communication with students, their families and staff
To give you the skills to enhance your cross-cultural communication, ensuring the best possible outcomes in multicultural and multilingual environments, based on an understanding of why problems occur and how to prevent them
This training will give you experience of applying the knowledge to your work context and skills to effectively use this going forward
Benefits of this training:
Improved communication with your students
Confidence in speaking to students and families with other languages
Increased morale and subsequently more engagement from students
Skills to address issues relating to misunderstandings
Understanding the problems that the English language creates
Learning to gain parent trust and build stronger relationships
Learning how to check students and parents understand us
Participants will receive:
Training in intercultural awareness and communications with a focus on how this can affect the education sector in the UK
Tips and information to help you communicate and build relationships more effectively, independently of any cultural or linguistic barriers