This seminar looks at the impact of race, faith and culture in your organisation and focuses on the needs and issues facing various diverse groups across Scotland.
Informative and thought provoking presentations delivered by religious and cultural institutions help to highlight both the similarities and also differences across multicultural Scotland.
Our speakers come from backgrounds as diverse as Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Christianity, and Buddhism.
Already delivered successfully to frontline health practitioners within the NHS, this course is vital for anyone working with customer orientated roles.
- Provide an overview and increase understanding of the legislation on religion and belief
- Raise awareness and understanding of the practices, customs and beliefs of different religions
- Prevent racial and cultural stereotyping of minority ethnic groups through understanding of cultural and religious issues
- Promote confidence and competency of staff when working with black and minority ethnic patients in any organisation
- Identify mechanisms to develop culturally sensitive service provision within your area of work
- Introduction to the day
- Presentations on Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism
- Exploring stereotypes and myths around minority ethnic/ religious groups
- Patterns of behaviour and information in relation to minority ethnic/ religious groups
- Designing culturally competent services and feedback
- Question and Answer sessions
- Registration packs, refreshments and lunch