This workshop will help you develop an understanding of how to effectively communicate and build relationships with people from other cultures. You will identify potential barriers to successful intercultural communication and understand how an awareness of our own and other cultures can influence attitudes and behaviour.
There will be a range of material and practical activities included in the workshop to simulate communication problems and we will discuss strategies to deal with them.
The aim is for participants to become better prepared for future intercultural interactions.
Jonny has been involved in international education for over 20 years and worked with people from many cultures. After living in five different countries, he completed a Masters Degree in Intercultural Communication. Based on research and his own experience, he has coached individuals and run cross-cultural workshops to raise cultural awareness and improve intercultural competencies.
NZ citizens and permanent migrants: $20. This course fee is subsidised by the Tertiary Education Commission and conditions apply.
Temporary migrants: $80. If you are awarded a resident visa while you are studying with us, please let us know. You may qualify for a fee rebate on your current course.
Refugees may qualify for a free course. Please contact the office for more information.
This applies to New Zealand citizens, permanent migrants and refugees
The Tertiary Education Commission offers a fee subsidy for this course to qualifying students.
NZ citizens, permanent migrants and refugees who are offered a place on this course will be offered the fee subsidy providing you agree to the following conditions:
If you are unable to agree to these conditions, please contact the office to discuss your situation.
Permanent migrant: student holds NZ Resident Visa or NZ Permanent Resident Visa
Temporary migrant: student holds Guardian Visa, Work Visa, Student Visa, Visitor Visa or other visas
Refugee: student has been personally granted refugee status in NZ.