Enhancing CALD Cultural Competence

Cultural diversity in the New Zealand population is growing, leading to increasing cross-cultural interactions between healthcare providers and clients and between employees.

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CALD cultural competency courses and programmes

eCALD offers a range of face-to-face and online courses for both caring for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) patients from Asian, Middle Eastern and African backgrounds, as well as for working in culturally diverse workplaces. All courses focus on enhancing learners' cultural awareness, sensitivity, knowledge and practical skills.

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The videos were very helpful

The videos were very helpful to see what concepts would look like in practice. Very comprehensive, very user-friendly.

eCALD Learner

A valuable learning tool

This is such a valuable learning tool. Helping one to have compassion but also giving practical tools of understanding for our practice.

e-Learner (Module 3 - Working with refugee patients)

Course was fun and interactive

“The course was fun, interactive with immense wealth of knowledge. It provides very easy and practical application.”

Public Health Nurse (F2F Module 5 Working with Communicable Diseases with CALD Clients)

This resource ticks the boxes in best-practice online learning.

This resource ticks the boxes in best-practice online learning. It includes interactive activities, a range of presentation methods and self-test exercises. Cultural competency is a key area for NZ's health workforce, and the online format of the CALD tool makes this a potentially cost-effective and sustainable method of training around the country

Online Learner (Module 1 Culture and Cultural Competency)

This is high quality learning

I like the online course interactive tools and the use of video and audio scenarios, it kept me engaged. This is high quality learning. I have learned to use the cultural assessment tool. The CALD assessment tool helps me to understand the client’s explanatory model so I can effectively communicate with them.

Online Learner (Module 9 Working in a Mental Health Context with CALD Clients)

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Expression of Interest Sought | Refugee Health Project Executive (Contract)

eCALD® Services is looking for a full-time Refugee Health Project Executive to be contracted for 10-12 weeks from April to June 2024.

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Our resources

We provide a range of supplementary resources in addition to the material covered in our courses for enhancing cultural competency. These include cross-cultural resources, translated information, CALD-related publications, screening tools in multiple languages, and a list of migrant and refugee services.

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