Date: Friday 30 November 2018
Venue: Kummba Imani Millennium Centre, 4 Princes Road, Liverpool, L8 1TH
Aim and Objective
To present participants with a range of considerations in respect of their own engagement with Black and Minority Ethnic service users, their families and carers and to encourage participants to reflect on their:
The outcome of the session is to be able to:
- Have an understanding of what is meant by cultural sensitivity
- Draw on examples of how culture influences health beliefs, practices, communication and how this can impact on service user care
- Identify some of our own biases and assumptions about others
- Understand and explain the rationale for cultural sensitivity in mental health care
- Feel more confident in being able to challenge inequality and discrimination in the workplace.
Who is the training for?
The training is for professionals/services, working with children and young people and their families. Also for those interested in enhancing their knowledge and understanding in working with children and young people from BME communities.
Places are limited. To book please contact Liverpool Community Development Service team:
Tel: 0151 708 7414