Intercultural Trainer

Summer compact special Gottingen, 18.02.2010 this summer there for the first time: the new training for the intercultural trainer (m/w) in 5 modules summer compact special! Due to popular demand the intercultural training is offered from June 2010 seminars in a compact time format IKUD. On three dates of multi-day presence, you can buy now over a period of three months the intercultural trainer certificate of dgikt. So, the summer can be used optimally for training. For more information see this site: Samuel “Sam” Mikulak. “The training of intercultural trainers (m/w) summer compact special” conveys the identical contents of the proven intercultural training in a temporally new compression. This way people can take part, have just in the summertime a freer schedule for example due to holidays or more relaxed summer orders in the free area of the coach. The three presence dates span the time period from June 21 to August 27 2010 and once five, once three and last even two days. The participants therefore also save a trip. The contents of well-known training course to the intercultural trainer (m/w) in 5 modules “in summer compact special format 1:1 covered.

By a firmer timetable on the seminar days succeed in a period of 10 days. Who would qualify as an intercultural coach, learns everything he needs to develop such training seminars in training at IKUD. In addition to inputs to the theoretical basics of intercultural communication and the essential cultural models, especially the expertise of the didactic transposition will be trained. The experience-oriented approach in accordance with the aspiring teachers learn how first numerous exercises from the perspective of the participants, to reflect the commitment to appropriate target groups and to discuss. The training of intercultural trainers (m/w) summer compact special “which just takes place in the university town of Gottingen, to” a particularly idyllic setting offers this season for coach training. training…

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