Cultural Competency Training
from College of Lake County
Join the College of Lake County on Friday, Feb. 10 from 1-4 p.m. for an exceptional opportunity to gain a better understanding and appreciation of diverse cultures while becoming an accomplished ambassador for cultural competency.
As the United States continues to grow increasingly diverse, it is imperative for school social workers, counselors and teachers to approach the students they serve with heightened levels of cultural competency and a sense of social justice in order to successfully help students navigate their academic and personal lives. This interactive workshop has been designed to encourage a deeper understanding of the complexities of culture and diversity in today's globalized world. Through this workshop, participants will be better prepared to be agents of change within their school setting and will have an increased awareness of how to better serve the diverse student population of today.
*Eligible for 3 PDs for teachers, counselors and social workers or 3 CEs for licensed counselors and social workers.
**Meets the IDFPR continuing education requirement (effective Dec. 1, 2013) that states at least 3 of the 30 hours must include content related to cultural competence in the practice of social work.
7701 Las Colinas Blvd., Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063