Train the Trainer
The teacher training course on intercultural support is intended for anyone involved in teaching or support – or who would like to be – and whose work touches on interculturality in the broadest sense (international, interprofessional, interpersonal, etc.)
Its aim is to enable learners to incorporate intercultural support methods into their professional projects and practices.
Each learner’s personal and professional experience forms an individual and/or group work base. On completion of the course, each participant will have thus developed tools suited to their own needs and circumstances.
Two Part Course
The course includes two consecutive sessions, each delivered over 3 to 4 days:
- Session 1 : Introduction to NovaTris Teaching Methodology
- Session 2 : Applying NovaTris Methodology to Participants’ Requirements
Session 2 is only for teachers who have already completed Session 1. The full course enables learners to familiarise themselves with tools and theoretical references. It includes an experimentation area in which everyone will have the chance to develop tools, learning and projects suited to their own circumstances.
After completing both sessions, learners will be able to support people and projects, taking intercultural issues into consideration. Complementing the classroom course, learners will have access to the NovaTris Toolbox, in which all the pedagogical tools developed by NovaTris are available for use in their own training courses.
> Session 1 : Introduction to NovaTris Teaching Methodology
In the first session, learners experience NovaTris’ Teaching Methodology as a participant. They acquire knowledge about intercultural questions and learn the pedagogical principles of intercultural support offered by NovaTris. This session also encourages participants to reflect on and expand their knowledge of active learning, experiential learning and intercultural issues.
> Session 2 : Applying NovaTris Methodology to Participants’ Requirements
The second session is only available to participants who have completed the first session. It provides them with assistance with a personal project that includes some aspect of supporting intercultural skills development. Learners co-construct an intercultural support system suited to their project, putting into practice what they have learned on the course, and developing new tools.
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