Upcoming events

17 September: Intercultural gamification 1: Learn about Black Panther video clips & Norwegian cultural codes 

Venue:  Norwegian YWCA,  52 Holland Park, London, W11 3RS. Time: 6:15pm – 21:00pm. Continued networking at The Castle pub.

Jane Adu will present results from her MSc dissertation on using Black Panther video clips in training sessions followed by an interactive game session.  We will launch diversophy® Norway via an interactive session facilitated by co-author of diversophy® Norway, Agnes Bamford. diversophy® is an award–winning intercultural card-game  that  improves learners’ cultural awareness.

Why there is a need to understand Norwegian cultural codes

This is a FREE  event, but spaces are limited to 25.

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15 October: Intercultural gamification 2: Learn about Chinese culture with cartoon games 

Venue:  Norwegian YWCA,  52 Holland Park, London, W11 3RS. Time: 6:15pm – 21:00pm. Continued networking at The Castle pub.

Culture Buff Games are interactive cartoon games that teach people about country specific cultural values in a way that is fun and engaging. Lucy Fogarty, CEO of Culture Buff Games and Mei Wells, Chinese cultural trainer will demo Culture Buff Games China,  You will learn how interactive cartoon games could be incorporated into your training

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6. November : Consumer insights and cultural trends

Hosted by the the London School of International Communication, 15 Holland Park Gardens, London, W14 8DZ

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4 December: SIETAR UK Christmas drinks

SIETAR UK’s  traditional Merry Season drinks are hosted by the London School of International Communication. 15 Holland Park Gardens, London, W14 8DZ  Members go free!

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TBA January 2019: Relevant Applied Linguistics frameworks 

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We’re the UK’s leading society for intercultural education, training, and research.

Our main purpose is to build a strong network of intercultural practitioners in the UK with activities ranging from conferences, professional development, networking events, and job offers.

As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re solely run by a Board of volunteers who are experienced in and passionate about everything intercultural.

We’re always looking for an extra pair of hands to help SIETAR UK grow. If you want to join the team, share an idea or write a blog for us, then drop us a note.

 

 

Benefits of being a member

+ discounted or free SIETAR UK events
+ work, training and recruiting opportunities
+ regular networking opportunities
+ discounts on SIETAR events worldwide
+ opportunities to participate in special interest groups
+ a chance to share experiences and best practices
+ 15% discount on the Country Navigator Licensing Affiliate Programme
+ 10% discount on cultureQs accreditation programmes
+ 10% discount on WorldWork’s assessments
+ Buy one get one free at Culture Buff Games

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