Module 2 of the Intercultural Train-the-Trainer Course 10.01. - 12.01.2019, Bangkok
The sustainability of any training depends on a solid course design and a good methodology. In this module we will introduce you to our concept for the development and implementation of effective intercultural trainings.
On day one, we focus on the needs assessment. Understanding the needs and goals of the clients is paramount. Here you will learn how to position the intercultural training in the larger context of organizational development.
The second day is very practical: We work on your precision in defining learning targets for the intercultural training as well as the development of the training concept. In a workshop, participants will design two curricula - one for a general cultural awareness training and one for a training on a specific national culture.
Sustainability also depends a lot on the transfer concepts through which the contents of the intercultural training are connected with the daily work life of participants. Therefore, on the third day, we highlight what comes after the training: transfer and evaluation.
Overall, this is perhaps the most ‘technical’ module in our intercultural train-the-trainer course. As in all modules, we will enhance your methodology by introducing classic and new tools for intercultural instruction.
With our concepts of assessment, curriculum development and transfer/evaluation you will meet the certification criteria of all major educational associations.
Selected Contents of Module 2:
Introduction to intercultural adult education
Needs assessment for intercultural training in organizations
Defining target groups
Taxonomies of intercultural learning
Learning targets in intercultural training
Curriculum development for cultural awareness trainings and for country-specific trainings