Program description – TOIT 2017
The 2017 TOIT PROGRAM offers two distinct yet related tracks that participants can choose from, based on their level of experience, knowledge and interests:
Open Sessions (aditionally)
This track is primarily intended for those interculturalists who are new to the field, freshly finished with their studies, or who wish to revisit the basics of intercultural training.
The current schedule of topics for Core Skills participants includes:
This track is primarily intended for those intercultural practitioners, who feel they have substantial experience already and are looking to reflect on their current practice, hone their existing training skills, and deepen their expertise in related areas, such as coaching, curriculum design, facilitating, and marketing.
The current schedule of topics for Advanced Skills participants includes:
All participants, regardless of their chosen track, are invited to attend sessions from either track, based on their particular interest, needs, or goals.
In addition to the Core Skills and Advanced Skills sessions, TOIT participants will also have the option to participate in broader “Open Sessions” that are relevant to trainers of all types and levels and which address current topics of interest to intercultural trainers.
The Open Sessions are currently scheduled to include: