This interactive workshop will explore refugee and migrant experiences, principals of working with interpreters, cultural framework and values. Through this, participants will develop and enhance culturally competent practice.
Define culture and be aware of your own cultural values
Differentiate between observations, judgements and evaluations
The differences between refugee and migrant people’s experiences
Understand how cultural framework impacts on practice
The principles of working with interpreters
Discover an explanatory model of the components of culture
The four elements of cultural competency
Ways in which these elements can be applied to develop cultural competency in practice
3. Working with whānau
4. Working within communities
5. Challenging discrimination
7. Maintaining professional and personal development
Denise currently works with Christchurch Resettlement Services (CRS) with valuable experience working with migrant background people. A registered Social Worker for 13 years with CRS, she has recently taken up the role of their Health Promotion Team Leader. Her focus is on education and programmes which encourage the recovery and maintenance of their client’s wellbeing.
Workshop Type: Intermediate | Workshop Level: Six | Catering: Refreshments provided
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