Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CaLD) Training

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CaLD) Training

Community is invited to join Burnie Works and The Migrant Resource Centre North for a FREE training workshop on Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CaLD).

Australia is a multicultural country, with people from all over the world calling it home. In Burnie – we are becoming more diverse. We speak 23 languages at home. The top 5 after English are: Mandarin, Nepali, Punjabi, Arabic Sinhalese. The majority of people moving to Burnie are families with children, migrant services workers, and retirees. (Source: Burnie City Council Strategic Plan 2044).

Join us to gain information on migrants and how to practice cultural humility.

Where: University of Tasmania (UTAS) Domestic Arts Building

When: Wednesday 1 May 2024

Time: 9.30am to 11.30am

Light refreshments will be available.

Why does Burnie Works run Community Capability workshops?

Burnie Works offers Community Capability workshops to our community throughout the year.

Workshops are short sessions and are usually free of charge. Anyone in our community can learn more about a particular topic. This includes mums, dads, workers, teachers, and young and retired people.

When we build the knowledge, skills, and experience of the Burnie Works Team and the local community. This will strengthen our ability to drive positive change in Burnie together.

Register for the FREE training

  • Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements (vegan, gluten free etc). Please also let us know if you have an accessibility requirements.