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Embark on a transformative journey through our Cultural Humility Skills Day, designed to empower university social work students with a profound understanding of key theories in cultural competence. Our immersive approach combines theoretical knowledge with practical experience using creative techniques that make learning both engaging and memorable.


Explore essential theories like:

  • Intercultural Competence: Equipping you with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to effectively engage with diverse cultures.

  • Intersectionality: Recognize the complex interplay of identities and experiences.

  • Cultivate Cultural Humility: Practice self-reflection. Embrace different perspectives.

  • Social Justice: Address systemic inequalities. Advocate for change.


What sets us apart is our use of creative techniques such as forum theatre, poetry analysis, movement, and in-depth discussions. These methods create a safe and dynamic environment for experiential learning. By participating in interactive activities and reflective exercises, you'll not only grasp these theories but also put them into practice.

Join us for a day that goes beyond textbooks and lectures, providing you with the practical skills and cultural competence needed to excel in the field of social work. Unleash your potential and foster an inclusive and just society through immersive and innovative learning.

Here are the Social Work Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) domains that the Cultural Humility Skills Day meets in detail:


Domain 1 - Professionalism:

  • 1.1 - Identify and behave as a professional social worker

  • 1.2 - Understand, uphold, and promote the professional duty to promote and uphold the rights, dignity, and worth of people

  • 1.3 - Understand the role of the social worker and practice in ways that reflect the rights, dignity, and worth of all people


Domain 2 - Values and Ethics

  • 2.1 - Recognise the impact of values and culture on professional practice

  • 2.2 - Use the standards of conduct, performance, and ethics to guide professional practice


Domain 3 - Diversity

  • 3.1 - Recognise diversity and apply anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive principles in practice


Domain 4 - Communication

  • 4.1 - Recognise the potential and actual effects of discrimination, discrimination, and bias

  • 4.2 - Communicate effectively with individuals, families, groups, organisations, and communities


Domain 5 - Assessment and Planning

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