Facilitating Intercultural Learning is our signature twelve-week training and group coaching program for higher education faculty and staff.
Through this innovative online professional development program, you’ll learn to better understand and navigate cultural differences, facilitate others’ intercultural learning, and be a more effective and inspired educator.
Navigating Cultural Differences is a self-paced online course for educators who would like to develop their own intercultural competence and learn how to foster more inclusive environments where all students can thrive.
Ready to build intercultural capacity at your institution? True North Intercultural can design and facilitate a professional development program uniquely tailored to the needs of your organization to help build intercultural capacity among faculty, staff, and administrators, and ultimately students.
"I’ve been in the field for quite some time, but [this program] forced me to step back and revisit the work and gave me a real energy to start thinking about new and varied ways we could be approaching international and multicultural work, seeing it differently and more expansively."
"I have so enjoyed this course and I do not want it to end (even though I know the learning will continue - best takeaway). I have loved having a space for reflection and dialogue (...). I have been distance learning and grad-schooling-it for a year now in my off hours, and the distance learning in this course certainly filled me up far more than my other course work this semester. Thank you, Tara...it has been a refreshing and inspiring learning venture. "
"This is my first online class and I got so much out of it. I was hoping to come away with a beginning framework of intercultural communication, and I feel like I definitely got that and more. "
"This is the eighth time I’ve started an online course and this is the ONLY one I’ve finished. [...] The [now Facilitating Intercultural Learning program] sets the bar for expansion and enrichment."