Why intercultural training?
In a diverse society, being able to communicate effectively with people of different backgrounds is of increasing importance. From classrooms to workplaces to local communities, there is a real need to make sense of diversity, and to be able to talk about it productively and meaningfully without offending. However, people often lack the confidence, skills and knowledge to approach these issues.
3FF's training programmes help people to build the intercultural awareness and communication skills they need to succeed, with a focus on practical results. Our programmes are based on over 15 years' experience addressing issues of faith and culture, including our UN Award-winning educational methods.
We train participants in tried and tested intercultural methods, including how to:
We provide basic(one-day) and extended (two-day) training programmes. All our training:
“Culture At Work” – British Council
Recent research by Ipsos and the British Council shows that there is real value in investing in staff’s intercultural competency. Employees with these skills are seen to benefit organisations by bringing in new clients, working well within diverse teams and supporting good reputation for their organisation.