Multiculturalism:

Building Intercultural Competences

Fees and Registration

This course is funded by ERASMUS+ Programme. The amount of funding depends on the rules of the Member State from where the applicant applies. The funding will cover course fees and training material.

 

Course Overview
 

This course is ideal for all those educators (primary & secondary teachers, university staff (academic & admin), adult educators, trainers & coaches) who want to understand the most important theories and approaches to intercultural communication and become familiar with a range of different intercultural competence models. The importance of fostering intercultural competence is highlighted in modern education theory and practice.

 

Course Structure
 

The seminar is spread over 7 days, from Sunday till Sunday. Every day would consist of a morning session and an afternoon session with one coffee break. The program will include also excursion and business visits. 

 

Programme Package Fees Includes
 

Course Fee Registration Fees Tuition /Training;  Mobility Pass Certificate End of Course Certificate.

Backpacker
Ramen Bowl
Wandering Traveler
Felice Giovane
Aeroplano
School Trip
Paint Pots and Color Wheel
Vetro colorato
Grandma's Healing Touch
Monaci in Thailandia
Lanterne volanti
Natural Medicine
Decorative Lights
Day Trip
Girl in Sari Smiling
Rustic BBQ
Little Girl in a Restaurant
City Graffiti
Christ the Redeemer
Havana
Medicinal Herbs
Day Trippin
Erasmus Youth
int
Bonding Group
Activity Programme

 

Day 1 – Arrival

Participants will be transferred from the airport to the accommodation in Sliema city centre

Presentation of the LEXEMA International Agency programs, main activities and staff

 

Day 2 – Focus on

What is a conflict? Prejudices and stereotype. Elements related in an intercultural conflict

The linguistic history of Malta

Short trip walking different International Language schools

 

Day 3 – Let’s proceed!

Lesson about techniques for conflict resolution

Workshop: How can we respond to the intercultural conflicts? Our reality

Visit Marsa Open Centre: Management challenges in a multicultural setting: the case of the Marsa open centre. The Marsa Open Centre houses around 500 male residents from 19 different countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Day 4 – Everything has a solution

Intercultural mediation. Resources to resolve conflicts.

· Speaking with the professionals:  Their experiences and advices

Visit to ILIC (Istituto Italiano di Cultura)

 

Day 5 – Reality at school

Workshop: Know me before you judge me

Volunteer opportunities in Malta

Integra Seminar: Integra (founded 2004) is a non-profit organisation based in Malta, operating independently of any political, economic or religious affiliation at a global level.

 

Day 6 – Intercultural resolutions

Roundtable: How shall we progress from now on?

Visit to primary school in St Paul’s Bay: the most multicultural school on the island, with 30 different nationalities

 

Day 7- Departure day

Final evaluations

Delivery of the Certificates of Participation

Departures of participants