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Practice-oriented and based on academic research
BAMIK provides you with a hands-on training concept which is practice-oriented and also covers in-depth theoretical research. We consider it essential that these two levels remain in balance throughout the course.
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Intercultural Train-the-Trainer Course
- General Information
- Modular Structure
- +++ NEW: Online Course +++
- Summer Academy in Berlin (2021)
- Intensive Course in Bangkok (2021)
- Trainer Certification
- Quality of the Program
- Frequently Asked Questions
Modules and Dates:
Module 1: Concepts of Culture
Module 2: Course Design
Module 3: Conflicts in Training
Module 4: Interc. HR Development
Summer Academy in Berlin (2021)
Intensive Course in Bangkok (2021)
The course itselfThe combination of theory, training methods and teaching skills means that Train-the-Trainer Course participants understand the state-of-the-art knowledge on cultural theory, can create and conduct their own training curricula, and can apply this knowledge in various professional contexts. For more information on the course contents, click here.
Networking and teambuilding opportunitiesPrevious participants of BAMIK's Train-the-Trainer Course have established strong and lasting networks with their coursemates. These are both personal and professional. The development of such networks during the course has greatly enhanced the learning environment and is one of the many lasting successes of the Train-the-Trainer Course.
Try new teaching ideas and get feedback from peersEach participant in the Intercultural Train-the-Trainer Course will have the opportunity to give his or her own presentation or seminar with the other participants. This has the benefit of allowing you to try new ideas in a protected space and receive feedback on this. The opportunity to test new ideas with peers is a valuable learning tool that helps strengthen teaching skills.
The intercultural train-the-trainer course is not only for beginners but also for advanced trainers who feel committed to the principle of life-long learning. Tutorial dialogue, discussions and exercises are at a demanding level with a direct link to real situations. As a result, our participants make a considerable contribution to the quality of training.
Accredited certificationThe DVWO* is the governing body of adult education organizations in Germany. BAMIK is certified as an educational institution pursuant to the strict DVWO quality guidelines. Our intercultural train-the-trainer course is designed in full compliance with these high standards. In Module 2, we will also introduce our participants to the DVWO model so that they can adopt it in their own work as intercultural trainers.
DVWO certification is a valuable way to distinguish yourself in an increasingly competitive training market. DVWO-certified trainers demonstrate their ability to create and deliver sustainable training programs that meet participants' needs. Certification is therefore a vital step in one's career as trainer. For more information on DVWO certification, click here.
*German Organization of Associations for Lifelong Learning (Dachverband der Weiterbildungsorganisationen)