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Intercultural and Communication Training

We offer workshops and online resources to develop your intercultural awareness and communication skills.

Intercultural and Communication Training

Workshops

In partnership with many degree courses across the university, we provide workshops that develop your intercultural awareness and communication skills.

The workshops cover various topics including:

  • collaboration skills,
  • personal views of culture,
  • intercultural competencies,
  • valuing difference.

Our workshops involve creative activities, critical and reflective thinking and group discussion. They contribute towards the development of a positive and inclusive learning community.

If your course does not include these workshops, please contact us. We will then contact your course leader to arrange workshops for your course.

Contact us

Email: languagecentretraining@arts.ac.uk

Online resources

Use our online learning guides to find out more about intercultural competencies for interaction. The guides are split into three self development sections, which share the knowledge, skills and attitudes that enable you to study, collaborate and learn with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.

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