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This one hour webinar will link the most current understanding of culture and cultural competence to the social work profession mandates. We will discuss the tri-partite model of cultural competence: awareness, knowledge, and skills, expanding on what is involved in each of these areas. Content in these areas will integrate macro-system concepts.
Update understanding of Cultural Competence based on NASW updated Code of Ethics and Standards and Indicators for Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice.
Tri-partite model of Cultural competence; multidimensional perspective
Understanding importance of knowledge of macro dynamics for practice: history, social dynamics, oppression; power and privilege.
1 Cross Cultural
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