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Part 3 of 3: "Selling your Intercultural Competence to Employers"

Join us for this highly enjoyable and interactive workshop: the final part of the intercultural training programme that aims to help you develop your intercultural skills and competence.

IMPORTANT: This workshop forms the final part of the 3-part Intercultural Training Programme. Please ensure you have completed each part of the programme in the correct order. To take part in this workshop you must already have completed:
This workshop explores your intercultural experiences and comfort zones. It offers practical advice about how to demonstrate your intercultural competence in an interview, as well as the chance to practice answering questions in a mock interview. You may find this workshop especially useful if you have completed the earlier stages of the intercultural training programme and want to learn how to articulate the skills you have developed to prospective employers.

The intercultural training programme is delivered by the International Student Office in partnership with the Centre for Applied Linguistics (CAL) with content being devised by leading Warwick academics in the field of Intercultural Communication.
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PLEASE NOTE: The training is designed in three parts – please make sure that you have attended the part 1 workshop / completed the online modules BEFORE you consider taking part in this workshop.
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