For 40 years, Culture Bump has provided training for various groups including ESL classes, bilingual churches, community building efforts, refugee resettlement, educational faculty, business groups, and more.
Are you looking for an effective cross cultural communications training to introduce to your group?
Culture Bump currently has two format for training groups to connect beyond culture differences.
Face to Face Training
For four decades, Culture Bump refined a six unit training that uniquely integrates it’s research based theory and foundations in a face to face training. The training uses the participant’s cultural differences and life experiences to develop the four skills that are necessary for developing authentic and deep relationships. This method of instruction allows participants with various levels of cultural experience to equally develop their cultural skills as they learn together. The training is designed to have a lasting impact as it has participants practice their new skills in a variety of situations unique to their lives so that they can gain a knowledge of how they can apply these skills to their daily lives even after the training has been completed.
Face to Face Training Features:
Skill Building Focused
Long Lasting Effect
Any Level of Previous Cultural Experience
Culture Bump has taken its successful face-to-face training design and methodology to build an all new Online-Training platform that allows groups the same benefits of personal training anywhere in the world.
The Online-training fits seamlessly into the training needs and time constraints of your group by breaking each unit unit into videos, reading selections, and printable activities. With the unique combination of both instructor and individual accounts, a trainer has the freedom to choose to host the training entirely face to face with their group (thus requiring only an Instructor account), or the ability to assign portions of the training for individuals to complete on their own time using their Individual accounts.
Instructor accounts provide additional activities and facilitation instructions for group practice. Customization of the units is also available for specific workplace training, community building, and ESL.