CULT Training


2020-1-BG01-KA104-078648; КА104/АЕ-56/31.08.2020

ERUSMUS+ Programme of EU

Project summary:

Intercultural communication is a discipline that studies communication between different cultures and social groups, or how culture influences communication. It describes the wide range of communication processes and problems that naturally occur within an organization or social context, composed of individuals from different religious, social, ethnic and educational backgrounds. In this sense, it seeks to understand how people from different countries and cultures act, communicate and perceive the world around them.

Intercultural competence - the main tools for improvement are:

  • Showing interest: showing respect and a positive attitude towards the other person.
  • Knowledge orientation: The terms that people use to explain themselves and their perception of the world.
  • Compassion: behavior in a way that shows that one understands the point of view of others
  • Behavior in the role of a task: initiating ideas that encourage problem-solving activities.
  • Relational role behavior: interpersonal harmony and mediation.
  • Tolerance to uncertainty and ambiguity: The ability to respond to new situations with little discomfort.
  • Position of interaction: Responding to others in a descriptive way, without judgment.
  • Patience
  • Active listening
  • Clarity


The main goal of this project is to develop and improve the intercultural communication of lecturers and trainers in RDA BSC SMEs, as well as other key competencies and skills, such as language, digital, skills for teaching / presenting educational material for adults, including and for representatives of different nationalities, religions, cultures and history. These knowledge, skills and competencies they will apply later in their teaching / lecturing / teaching practice on the one hand as a methodology for teaching in adult education, on the other hand - as an adaptation / update of training programs and materials that are implemented in currently from RDA BC SMEs in adult education, as well as in the development of new ones. The aim is to improve the professional development of staff in the field of adult education.


  • Project management
  • Publicity and visualization
  • Updated program of the structured training course
  • Selection of participants
  • Preparation of participants and mobility and participation in the course
  • Reporting on educational mobility

The project activities also provide an opportunity for adult education staff to acquire competence to meet the specific needs of students of disadvantaged backgrounds.


The project partner is INMAD - International Institute for Managing Diversity, Vienna, Austria.

The project is 18 months, and the structured course itself - 7 working days. RDA with BC for SMEs will send 4 of its specialists to participate in the structured course in Vienna. Participants will receive a Certificate from INMAD

Information about the project on Erasmus+

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