Training

Training is currently only available for online delivery

Click on a course or module title for more information or contact the Training Team to discuss training opportunities.

Meet the Training Team

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

 

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 for 2020

 

Currently MCWH is delivering all training online.

Contact the training team for more information about upcoming training or to make a booking for your organisation.

 

PACE training participant, September 2019

I was very nervous when I joined this course because I was too shy to say anything. But now I learnt to just say it, just to shake it out. Now I can speak in front of all of you. I feel good!

PACE training participant

Intersectionality 101 participant

I feel as though my own definition and way of describing intersectionality was very generalised and I have a much deeper understanding of it now.

Intersectionality 101 participant

PACE training participant, July 2019

It has been an amazing journey. I met new friends, discovered a lot about myself, and about Australian politics and health. It's a brilliant course, and really informative for women. Excellent...to bring together everyone onto the same platform.

PACE training participant

Intersectionality training participant

Previously I only understood intersectionality as a theoretical framework to consider issues, considering my privilege etc. Now I have a better understanding of how to practice intersectionality in my work.

Intersectionality training participant

PACE training participant, March 2020

As a result of the PACE training things are happening and I'm grateful, thankful and very hopeful for more great things and opportunities to come.

PACE training participant

Intersectionality training participant

I left with a greater understanding of the complex forms of violence and the need for prevention strategies that reflect that complexity

Intersectionality training participant

Cross cultural training 1

I now understand cultural awareness as a process rather than a ‘competency mentality’ and an understanding that it is a collaborative approach rather than knowing all the right things.

Training participant

PACE training participant, March 2019

"This has been a fantastic program that has put fire back in my life and I don’t want to lose this motivation to continue doing things for myself. It’s about time I did that."

Inaugural PACE Participant, 2009

Intersectionality training participant

Great training. I hope this is available to many people, and is regularly offered.

Intersectionality training participant