Do you know that 32.2 per cent of WA’s population was born overseas? This means it is highly likely that many of your current or future clients or your work colleagues may come from a different cultural or linguistic background than yourself. Do you want to learn how to become more interculturally effective? Boost your communication skills with a wide variety of cultures? Then join us for a cultural competency workshop and working lunch.
To celebrate 2020 Harmony Week (15-21 March), Engineers Australia (WA) and Kaleidoscope Initiative are hosting a half-day workshop to boost your cultural awareness and develop your communication skills to help you and your teamwork more effectively in our diverse community.
9:30-12:30 Workshop: Maximising the Power of Cultural Diversity
In an interactive panel discussion with ex-Sailor and First Nation Australian, Ron Bradfield Jnr & Army Reservist and mother of two, Paula Vetter Facilitated by a Channel 9 TV Presenter, as our MC
TIME: 7am for 7.30am start to 9.00am
WHERE: Duxton Hotel
$120 per person or
$1000 for a table of 10
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