Level 2: Intercultural Practitioner Certificate

 

 

This certificate represents advanced knowledge of intercultural practice gained through SIIC and possibly other ICI-sponsored learning activities as noted earlier. This level is characterized by your completion of a broad curriculum that reflects application of theory to practice. This certificate will acknowledge that you have received significant exposure to intercultural topics and have demonstrated graduate-level ability in at least one topic. You can complete the certificate by attendance at SIIC, as well as in a variety of other ways based on SIIC and other ICI-sponsored learning activities.

 

 

 

Requirements: You will need to complete the following learning activities:

 

  • Obtain the Intercultural Foundations Certificate.

 

  • Attend an additional 15 days (or 13 days and 6 evening programs) of training offered by SIIC or other ICI-sponsored learning activities. Please note that 3 evening programs equal one day of training. 

 

  • Earn graduate credit for at least one 5-day SIIC course or submit a transcript identifying an intercultural graduate course completed elsewhere.

 

 

Application: After you complete all required learning activities, submit:

 

 

  • A list of each activity (workshop, course, evening program, etc.) that you are using to meet the requirements of the certificate. For SIIC workshops, please include copies of the Certificates of Completion; for each evening program, write a short paragraph that describes the event and its relevance to your intercultural learning.

 

  • An unofficial copy of your transcript showing graduate credit for at least one intercultural course through SIIC or another graduate institution.

 

  • A copy of your current resume.

 

  • A report (5-10 pages) indicating how the training you received expands your ability as an intercultural practitioner. The purpose of this report is to allow you to reflect on the application of your learning to your life or work. For example, you might describe a training program or some other project you designed and explain how it made use of knowledge gained in your learning activities.

 

 

Evaluation Fee: US$250

 

 

 

For More Information: certificate@intercultural.org

 

 

 

Level 2:

Intercultural

Practitioner

Certificate

 

 

This certificate represents advanced knowledge of intercultural practice gained through SIIC and possibly other ICI-sponsored learning activities as noted earlier. This level is characterized by your completion of a broad curriculum that reflects application of theory to practice. This certificate will acknowledge that you have received significant exposure to intercultural topics and have demonstrated graduate-level ability in at least one topic. You can complete the certificate by attendance at SIIC, as well as in a variety of other ways based on SIIC and other ICI-sponsored learning activities.

 

 

 

Requirements: You will need to complete the following learning activities:

 

  • Obtain the Intercultural Foundations Certificate.

 

  • Attend an additional 15 days (or 13 days and 6 evening programs) of training offered by SIIC or other ICI-sponsored learning activities. Please note that 3 evening programs equal one day of training. 

 

  • Earn graduate credit for at least one 5-day SIIC course or submit a transcript identifying an intercultural graduate course completed elsewhere.

 

 

Application: After you complete all required learning activities, submit:

 

 

  • A list of each activity (workshop, course, evening program, etc.) that you are using to meet the requirements of the certificate. For SIIC workshops, please include copies of the Certificates of Completion; for each evening program, write a short paragraph that describes the event and its relevance to your intercultural learning.

 

  • An unofficial copy of your transcript showing graduate credit for at least one intercultural course through SIIC or another graduate institution.

 

  • A copy of your current resume.

 

  • A report (5-10 pages) indicating how the training you received expands your ability as an intercultural practitioner. The purpose of this report is to allow you to reflect on the application of your learning to your life or work. For example, you might describe a training program or some other project you designed and explain how it made use of knowledge gained in your learning activities.

 

 

Evaluation Fee: US$250

 

 

 

For More Information: certificate@intercultural.org

 

 

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Portland, OR 97225 

Phone: 503-297-4622

 ici@intercultural.org 

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