The ICI offers training courses and carries
out research, provides workshops and presentations.
ICI courses and training programs are customized and can be given 'on location'.
First we start with a analysis of needs. It will maximize the account of the wishes of clients and participants. Courses and training are therefore flexible
in content and duration.
Training content: Outside the custom, the training has always four fixed areas:
A 'Broad Diversity' simulation
This simulation is an original way to make the student aware of the limitations of one's frame of mind and world.
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A - Introduction to the 'structure theory'
It is not a folkloric and superficial differences, but substantial differences to the behavior and communication control.
B - Effective handling A tried and tested method is presented how to effectively deal with these differences while maintaining one's individuality.2A + 2B = 1 daypart - Click here for a content overview »
Applying the experienced and learned from their own work situation and experiences of the students (1 day). To this end provide the students prior cases and questions.1 half day - Click here for a content overview »
After a few months will determine how successful the various tasks to achieve are realized. This half day (afternoon) is therefore devoted to in paragraph 1 to 3 targets and imposed or carried out by theme/ topic.
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Our students of all levels and from almost all sectors of profit and nonprofit organizations: business, education, government, health, police, welfare, judiciary and armed forces.
Research and Advice
We also perform (applied) research (eg impact assessment 'foreigners policy') to the Police in Utrecht and we also advise reports (eg 'Behaviour Guide to the multicultural city'), commissioned by the Municipality of Rotterdam.
Settling Courses Already in the years 1983 to 1985, the ICI Integration Courses (avant la lettre et avant la loi) to the teacher training colleges of Utrecht and Rotterdam care. Appreciation for the outcome of these courses we received from the then State Secretary of Education Gerald Leijenhorst. He later expressed regret over the fact that we are not allowed to provide such courses because the legislature had decided that the ROC's only allowed to do.
We therefore welcome the fact that this restriction has since been released. We can offer our expertise and know-how to look into this area again at the service.