Cultural Competence for SILCs (1.25 Hours)

Training Source: 
ILRU
Presenter(s): 
Beginning Date: 
08/09/2011
End Date: 
08/09/2011
Type of Training: 
On-demand

About the Training

A successful SILC must be representative of all people with disabilities in the state, and a strong SPIL must address issues faced by people with disabilities in different communities and of diverse backgrounds. In this training, you learn how a SILC can come to understand and implement cultural and linguistic competence on their Council and in the SPIL. Presenter Tawara Goode is a nationally recognized leader in cultural and linguistic competence. She provides the learner with the best tools, resources, and in-depth information to assess their state and SILC as it stands now and to develop an action plan to achieve and sustain cultural and linguistic competence.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of the training series, participants will be able to:

  1. List the benefits and rewards that linguistic competence can bring to a SILC and their state
  2. Describe the various components of diversity and culture
  3. Develop a framework for a successful cultural competence model
  4. Identify effective leadership strategies to address cultural and linguistic challenges.

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