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Why train with us

People who train with us:

  • deepen their understanding of culture and gender
  • gain practical tips on effective cross-cultural engagement
  • receive current, evidence-based, sector relevant information
  • learn in a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment
  • gain an understanding of theory relevant to everyday practice

MCWH operates from an intersectional feminist approach and can share first-hand knowledge of how this approach can be applied to different policy and practice settings. Learn more about our story.


Training Schedule

Currently MCWH is delivering most training online.

Contact the training team for general enquiries about our training programs or make a booking enquiry by completing our online booking form.

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Meet the Training Team

Caroline R. Dias - Training Team Leader
Caroline R. Dias - Training Team Leader
Shamini Joseph - Training Officer
Shamini Joseph - Training Officer
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Fay Xu – Senior Training Support Officer
Irina Sharfagalieva - Training Support Officer
Irina Sharfagalieva - Training Support Officer


"MCWH Intersectionality training challenged my assumptions about gender, race and culture, which I didn’t even know I held!

Please do this training if you want to learn how to look, listen and understand experiences of discrimination in a way which really gets to the heart of inequality.

As a government policy officer, I know I will continue to benefit from having done this, and I hope it will come through in my work in the public service and with communities."

A 2023 participant from the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, Australian Government.

Our clients

MCWH has provided training for health, community and government organisations. We specialise in working with:

  • health professionals
  • bilingual and bicultural workers
  • women's health services
  • community and social services
  • multicultural and ethno-specific services
  • government services
  • industry and workplaces
  • educational institutions
  • community organisations