This two-hour session will give a general introduction to intercultural and inclusive youth work, how to engage with minority ethnic and other minority groups in a youth work setting and identifying and overcoming some barriers to such involvement. Participants will be introduced to a range of resources such as training, activities and practical skills. This session is ideal as part of a team planning session.
This course is available by request only, and is not scheduled to date. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to book this course.
Course fee: €20 per person (negotiable)
Numbers: The minimum number of participants that is required to run this course successfully is 8, and the maximum 25.
The session will:
- Introduce participants to youth work in an intercultural setting;
- Explain the meaning of interculturalism vs multiculturalism, and your services’ role in integration;
- Overcome some barriers in cross-cultural communication;
- Provide practical tips on recruitment of young people, volunteers and staff;
- Planning for what needs to be in place, and next steps.
This course will suit individuals that have an ongoing professional relationship – voluntary or staff - with young people, youth and community workers who work with young people in out-of-school settings.
Visit www.youth.ie/training for further details