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Intercultural Awareness; Communication training workshop – 28 Nov

Designed by the Office of Ethnic Affairs, this programme enables participants to develop more awareness of their cultural characteristics and those of others – so they can communicate more effectively across cultural boundaries. The training focuses on using effective communication to build the kinds of relationships that lead to effective workplace interactions.

Nelson Multicultural Council has been trained by the Office of Ethnic Affairs to deliver the one day Intercultural Awareness and Communication (IAC) training programme to organisations in the Nelson Region
This programme enables participants to develop more awareness of their cultural characteristics and those of others – so they can communicate more effectively across cultural boundaries. The training focuses on using effective communication to build the kinds of relationships that lead to effective workplace interactions.
As New Zealand society and workplaces become more diverse, the number of people interacting with people from cultures different to their own is increasing. Statistics New Zealand projections indicate that by 2021, about 25% of New Zealand’s workforce will have been born overseas, representing one of the most ethnically diverse workforce in the OECD.

Multicultural Council Site

Date: 28th November 2013
Cost: $40.00 per person
Where: ACC Room, corner of Collingwood St. & Riverside, Nelson
Time: 8.45am am – 4.30pm Please arrive for a prompt start at 9am
Trainers: Denise Hartley-Wilkins and Evey McAuliffe of Nelson Multicultural Council
Attached information

Evey McAuliffe
03 539 0030
info@nelsonmulticultural.co.nz