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Cultural Adaptation for International Care Professionals


This Cultural Adaptation for International Care Professionals in the UK Social Care Sector course is designed to provide international care professionals with the foundational knowledge required for a seamless transition into the British culture and the social care sector. This course aims to equip candidates with essential skills and understanding of British culture, administrative procedures, and everyday practices necessary for their successful integration into the UK. Course Objectives: • To familiarise candidates with popular elements of British culture, including traditions, customs, etiquette, and social norms. • To guide candidates through the process of applying for a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP), an essential document for legal residence in the UK. • To differentiate between various geographical settings in the UK, such as towns, cities, and villages, including their characteristics and amenities. • To provide practical knowledge on essential tasks such as opening a bank account, purchasing a mobile phone account, accessing healthcare services, and other cultural necessities. • To enhance candidates' communication skills and cultural awareness, enabling effective interactions with clients, colleagues, and local communities. The course will be delivered through a combination of interactive lectures, group discussions, case studies, role-plays, and practical exercises. By the end of the Cultural Adaptation for International Care Professionals course, candidates will have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate British culture confidently and integrate successfully into the UK social care sector.

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