The course is intended to offer participants support in meeting the demands of a multicultural setting/environment/classroom.

With increased human mobility and increasingly thick networks of communication, the common social fact of unequal educational experiences and outcomes is increasingly the subject of transnational dialogue. The course stems out from the need to equip educators with the knowledge, aptitude and skills necessary to meet the increasingly challenging task of teaching across multicultural setting/environment populations.

For such processes to take place schools need to have strong value based leadership teams which promote equity and social justice, with a focus on inclusionary practices rather than a series of attempts at assimilative practices. Course participants aspiring towards leadership positions will have opportunity to challenge existing leadership practices and be in a better position to resolve conflict arising from cultural disparities. The course will serve as a springboard for those seeking positive change in setting/environments by addressing the needs of all staff, parents and students irrespective of race, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic or cultural origin.

Knowledge is gained through effective group sharing experiences. Participants will enhance their aptitudes and skills necessary to deal with cultural disparities present in the setting/environment/ classroom and effectively deal with them for the benefit of learners and the whole learning community. Intercultural competencies are then gained through role play opportunities and case studies.

Malta/EU Fee




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1 Week


May, 2020





Accredited by

National Commission for Further and Higher Education

The National Commission for Further and Higher Education (NCFHE) was officially launched on the 14th September, 2012 and is legislated by the revised Education Act which came into force on the 1st August 2012.

NCFHE is an affiliate member of EN​QA, the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. The Qualifications Recognition Information Centre (QRIC) within NCFHE also forms part of the European Network of Information Centres in the European Region (ENIC) and the National Recognition Information Centres in the European Union (NARIC). The Commission acts also as the National Contact Point for the European Qualifications Framework.

Throughout the years, NCFHE has been a regular contributor to the European forum regulating the European Qualifications Framework and European Meetings of the DG Higher Education, as well as representing Malta on the Europe​an Training Foundation Governing Board. More recently, the NCFHE is also participating on the European Working Group on Modernisation of Higher Education which supports EU member states reforms to maximise the potential of higher education systems.

Entry Criteria

Ideally someone who is currently working in a school, ideally a multi-cultural setting/environment, either as a class/subject teachers, as a school leader (Head of School, Assistant Head, Head of Department) or aspiring for school leadership positions.

Mode of Assessment

The course participants will be asked to prepare a short presentation that will be presented on the basis of the work read and carried out before they came for the course.


Mr. Brian Vassallo


Avanza Academy

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Birkirkara, BKR1876,

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