Intercultural training model

 

This Intercultural Training Model was developed by the partnership of CIVET – Counselling Immigrants in Vocational Education and Training. The partners are: Etelä-Kymenlaakson ammattiopisto (Finland), Newham College of Further Education (UK), Utbildning och arbete, Arbete och välfärdsförvaltningen i Kristianstads kommun (Sweden), Berlin-Brandenburgische Auslandsgesellschaft (BBAG) e.V. (Germany), Greta du Velay (France) and Achaia Adult Education Institute (Greece).

Across Europe, non-native speakers face problems in vocational education and training. This project offers training and support to vocational teachers/trainers and workplace instructors to develop intercultural skills for working with migrant students and trainees.

The Intercultural Training Model is presented in three parts: the training framework, the guidebook and additional national support material. We strongly recommend that the materials will be used within the training framework to maximise learning through discussion and group interaction.

↓ The guidebook is freely available for those who train vocational teachers/trainers and workplace instructors. Many of the exercises can be used as they are but they can also be adapted to meet local needs and situations. Additional materials specific to countries or languages are also available here.

The Intercultural Training Model is presented in two parts:  the Guidebook and Support material that consists of the training framework, Role plays and additional support material in national languages. We strongly recommend that the materials will be used within the training framework to maximise learning through discussion and group interaction.

 
 

Guidebook for Intercultural Counselling and Support structure

↓ The blue frame at the bottom of each page is the table of contents of the chapter you read. Use it to browse the guidebook!