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The European project "KAZI" seeks to improve the development of intercultural competence on the workplace.

It’s a development training program aimed at immigrant workers, co-workers and supervisors/employers.

The three target groups will gain a better understanding of each other, minimizing the possibilities of conflict, solve misunderstandings, improve the efficiency of their work and improve general well-being at the workplace.

Training may be given at a place of work, Vet courses, or language courses aimed at migrants.



To design a methodology that improves the understanding of cultural diversity and develops skills within the workplace in issues such as: ‘rights and duties in the employment relationship’, ‘first day at work’, ‘punctuality and attendance’, ‘dresscode, body language’, ‘food, religion at work’, ‘constructive negotiation’, and ‘how to get along with colleagues and supervisors/employers’.



Both versions of the training course, ‘e-based’ and ‘face-to-face’, will be structured with learning outcomes with every unit targeting a specific competency.

It will be based on active learning methodologies.

Every participant who successfully completes the training will receive a certificate describing the units attended and the learning outcome achieved.


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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. 

This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.                       

 Project Number 538406-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-GRUNDTVIG-GMP “KAZI”

Lifelong Learning Programme