... supports people and organisations working across cultures in diverse multicultural Australian and international development settings.
[For indigenous cross cultural training visit our friends at CCC.]
Our work focusses on:
- Cross cultural content, context or ideally - both.
- Enabling participation - using and learning about participatory approaches
- local and international development contexts.
- long term relationships and ongoing engagement with people / organisations
- opportunities for continuous improvement
- Teamwork - either within CCCID or in partnership with others
- finding common values with our partners and clients
To learn more about the role of cross cultural competency in development, have a look at our downloadable brochure
PACTS next round of facilitator training will be held in the NT on 22nd and 23rd September 2014, Charles Darwin University at either the Alice Springs of Darwin Campus (Depending on registrations).
PACTS is a project of Youth Connect delivered in the NT in partnership with the National Disability Coordination Officer (hosted by CDU) and CCCID. For more info see PACTS.
To be part of the training and apply for a funded training place or learn more about the eligibility criteria, go to www.youthconnect.com.au/career-transition-programs/pacts/book-now/ Note: there will be no cost to individuals applying for a funded place who meet the eligibility criteria.
Registrations must be submitted Monday 15th September 2014
CCCID will be delivering cross cultural training to teams from SkyCity enabling them to work more effectively as diverse teams worknig with a highly diverse clientele.
Do your in-country partners or staff need to develop cross cultural competency?
Are you working with expatriate development pracititioners or advisors in your country and looking for some skills and tools for managing these strange visitors?
Check out our 'reverse' cross cultural training - it might meet the need.
Deb worked in Tennant Creek in with NTCOSS to deliver govenrance training for community organisations.
Deborah Hall is working on mentoring for PACTS facilitators in the NT trained as part of a national project to support Parents as Career Transition Supports. For more info see PACTS
John continues remote coaching forvarious NGO and social enterprise groups in SouthEast Asia.
Stephen is currently on a break from CCCID work focussing on other roles and travelling regularly to work with people in Burma, Timor Leste, PNG, Laos, Cambodia.
Melbourne forums brought together people working across cultures for development to share experiences and strategies and good food!
We recently completed a 3 year NGO Governance capacity building project for The NT Council of Social Service (NTCOSS), training and mentoring NGO's to strengthen their governance for sustainability and cultural competency.
This year's PNG Audit office secondees at the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) in Canberra are ably supported by Stephen Williams of CCCID with monthly mentoring and preparation and recall workshops.
We continue to offer bespoke teambuilding, leadership, strategic planning and cross cultural training programs with a focus on multicultural and disability organisations.