Intercultural Studies - 5N0765
This programme module aims to equip the learner with the relevant knowledge, skills and competence to explore, reflect and analyse intercultural issues such as diversity, racism, prejudice, conflict, inclusion, participation and interdependence while also reflecting on their own culture.
It provides learners with an opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for active, positive participation in a complex, diverse and rapidly changing society, to develop intercultural awareness, sensitivity and intercultural communicative competence, substituting fear and stereotyping of the other with a curiosity to explore difference.
QQI Level 4 Certificate, or equivalent life/work experience.
QQI 5N0765 Intercultural Studies Component Certificate
Options for you to complete your Course:
- You can book 'Live' Tutor, scheduled weekly classes, OR
- You can book One-to-One Private classes with a Tutor, OR
- You can book an eLearning Online Course only.
To demonstrate a critical understanding of intercultural issues.
To describe basic concepts of the theory, definitions and models of culture.
To evaluate various aspects of interculturalism and multiculturalism using a range of sources.
To develop an understanding of culture, identify, values, diversity, equality and interculturalism.
To explore ways of dealing with issues arising from cultural difference.
To ensure Learner keeps a learning record to reflect on their own learning experience.
To demonstrate tolerance and empathy towards other cultures and their peoples and question ethnocentric evaluation
To analyse the influence of their own cultural conditioning.
To communicate effectively and sensitively with people from different cultural background
To enable the learner to take responsibility for his/her own learning
Blended/Online with 'Live' Tutor sessions, Tutorials and One-to-One sessions.
Blended/Online (See Virtual Learning Schedule) or Classroom Attendance: 5 x days (1 day per week)
In full or Flexi-pay options available