Frequently Asked Questions:
What is an intercultural workshop?
An intercultural workshop is a short course that provides students with an appreciation and solid understanding of the similarities and differences between a set of two cultures. It is specifically aimed for people who are gained newly formed associations with a culture different to their own.
What can I expect to learn about the culture I am interested in?
We provide tailored workshops to meet your needs. Whilst most of our workshops will teach you about cultural practices within both social and professional contexts, we will cater the workshop to the area you are most interested in. Whether you need training about the workplace, or you want to learn more about your friend/partner’s culture, we can help you.
What if I my knowledge is too basic?
All of our workshops start from beginner level. Everyone starts from somewhere. We can provide you with an essential introductory so that you are more aware of nuances and practices of the culture you have an interest in.
What experience will my teacher have?
Your teacher will be highly knowledgeable and experienced in both Australian and your chosen culture. Our teachers have experience in both Australian and international working environments, and have Asian heritage. This makes them well equipped to share their expertise and experiences with students.
What do I get out of completing an intercultural workshop?
Upon completion of a workshop, you can expect to have knowledge on the differences and similarities in the following areas:
- Ethical attitudes and values
- Rules of social etiquette
- Workplace norms
- Social structures
- Accepted clothing