Working with culturally and linguistically diverse teams in the home care sector - For team leaders and managers (online) - Jan 2024
Twenty one percent (21%) of the total direct care workforce identify as being from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background. This workshop builds capability in managers and team leaders to be more responsive and confident when working with culturally diverse workers and team members. Culturally responsive practice training is a reflective process that will help leaders gain an insight into their own culture, behaviour and work practices. It will build awareness on how leaders can play a role in creating safe and inclusive work environments and harness the power of diversity within their team members.
• Defining diversity and inclusion
• A framework for culturally responsive practice
• Unpacking ‘culture’ and finding the common ground to work collaboratively
• Managing unconscious bias
• Intersectionality and addressing disadvantage
• Strategies for building workplace inclusion
- Date: 23 January 2024, Tuesday
- Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm AEDT
- Venue: Online via Zoom
- Cost: Free for Home Care Providers in NSW & ACT
- Please contact us prior to the event for any for accessibility requirements.
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Who should attend: Managers and team leaders of home care providers in NSW/ACT
About this Workshop: This workshop is being made available through the NSW/ACT Home Care Workforce Support Program funded by the Federal Government, delivered by SSI. The workshop has been organised by SSI Diversity Training. We provide learning experiences that transform how people respond to diversity in ways that are thought-provoking, inspire curiosity, and build confidence to engage more effectively with the culturally diverse communities. We support non-government, government, and corporate sectors to meet their inclusion goals. Our experience and expertise are grounded in SSI’s 20+ years of experience as a leading provider of services to multicultural communities.
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