CALD B - Working in a NZ Health Workplace: Culture & Context for New Migrants
3 to 4 hours face-to-face training (maximum 25 participants).
This workshop is suitable for new migrant staff working in a NZ health workplace.
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
- Gain a general awareness of your own culture and the genera NZ culture
- Gain awareness of the cultural value dimensions that cause communication barriers and misunderstandings in the workplace
- Gain awareness of NZ communication styles and expectations in the workplace
- Gain skills and knowledge on how to bridge the gap between cultures
- Build strategies to enable effective working relationships
- Further your knowledge of the NZ health sector work ethic and expectations
It is highly recommended that learners also view the supplementary resource "Toolkit for Health Workforce Working in a Culturally Diverse Workplace"
We also have a range of highly recommended supplementary HTML Online Resources for "Working with CALD Patients" that can be accessed via the eCALD® account:
- Ayurvedic Medicine [Video] - Pre-requisites CALD 1 and 2
- Working with Religious Diversity [Supplement] - Pre-requisite CALD 1
- Working with CALD Families - Disability Awareness [Supplement] - Pre-requisites CALD 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8
- Working with Asian Mental Health Clients [Supplement] - Pre-requisite CALD 1
- Working with Middle Eastern and African Mental Health Clients [Supplement] - Pre-requisite CALD 1
- CALD Family Violence Resource for Health Practitioners Working with Asian, Middle Eastern and African clients [Supplement] - Pre-requisite CALD 1
- CALD Older People Resource for Health Providers Working with Asian, Middle Eastern and African older people [Supplement] - Pre-requisite CALD 1
- Maternal Health for CALD Women Resource for Health Providers Working with Asian, Middle Eastern and African women [Supplement] - Pre-requisite CALD 1
Other highly recommended PDF downloadable supplementary resources for "Working with CALD Patients" are available under the Cross-Cultural Resources section: