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Does Culture Matter?

Training Course

12-18 July 2016 | Bali, INDONESIA

This training will enable you to successfully communicate with people coming from different cultures and improve your team management skills in intercultural environment. NOTE: the training is not funded by Erasmus+ programme, and is fee based.


‘Does Culture Matter’ is an international training programme that has been piloted with excellent results in Europe and Asia in various sectors, in multinational work environments: for profit companies, universities, NGOs and public bodies. By participating in this training you will:
become more aware about cultural issues
be able to communicate effectively in different intercultural settings better understand your own values and how they might cause cultural clashes be able to apply intercultural conflict resolutions techniques learn what culture shock is and how it can be overcome better understand the stages of cultural integration improve your facilitation and decision making skills when working with culturally diverse groups.

The training is based on four modules: Values & Ethics; Intercultural Communication; Conflict Resolution; Management & Facilitation. More information about the content of each module and the detailed programme is available on

Why does culture matter? How is it relevant to you? Do you travel much? Maybe you live in another country? Does your business have employees or customers from different cultural backgrounds? Then surely this training is for you!
“Does culture matter?” training is open to anyone interested in other cultures and willing to develop skills and competences in intercultural management not only in theory, but in practice. Whether you come from non-profit or business sector, this training will give extra value to your regular work routine and make your communication with colleagues and partners more effective and efficient.


12-18 July, 2016
South Kuta, Bali, Indonesia.
Bali, probably the most famous island in Indonesia, is a subtle blend between serene nature and traditional cultural practices making it the perfect place to start your intercultural journey and develop practical skills in intercultural management.

You can register for the “Does Culture Matter” training on our website: or follow this direct registration link

The registration will be open until June 25th, however, we might close it earlier as soon as all the available places on the training are filled.

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Training overview

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This Training Course is

for 25 participants participants

from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries , Other countries in the world , Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Project managers, Youth Policy Makers, ESC (ex-EVS) Mentors/tutors, University Tutors

Working language(s):



Act Global (NGO/Others)


  • Addo Consult (NGO/Others)
  • Synergizer (NGO/Others)

Contact for questions:

Andreea Iosub or Alena Ipanova


Phone: 0046729439029


Phone: 0040723270165


GET YOUR TICKET (number of places for the training is limited)

1490 EUR - Early bird price is valid for registrations and payments done before May 20th, 2016.
1890 EUR - Full training package fee for a one-week training (7 days) in Bali is valid for registrations and payments done before June 25th 2016.

The training package fee includes:
- Training materials and activities
- Accommodation in a twin room (3 or 4 stars hotel)
for the period of the training
- Breakfast during the training course (all days,
excluding arrival day)
- Lunch during the training course (all days
excluding arrival and departure days)
- Coffee breaks (two per day, excluding arrival and
departure day)
- Cultural immersion activities
- A gala dinner

Please NOTE that the training package fee doesn’t include your travel cost or any other personal expenses.

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