Live Online Demo Class


July 21, 2020 4:00PM – 5:30PM  PST Vancouver

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Register for  Six Barriers to Intercultural Communication Interactive Live Online Demo Class offered by Ashton College.
This class is a part of Community Support Worker Diploma offered Live Online at Ashton College.
Six Barriers to Intercultural Communication
Communication is any professional relationship is key to its survival. As a Community Support Worker, the clients you support will be those from different cultures and backgrounds than our own. This class will help you consider the barriers that may be preventing communication and easy strategies that will help you to effective in all your communications.
Attend Ashton College Community Support Worker Diploma Demo Class to:
·       Meet our instructor
·       Mingle with future peers
·       Experience our live online learning style
This is an actual class, and to get the best experience out of it, you will need to participate in class.
Please have your camera and microphone on (mute the mic while instructor is talking, and unmute it when you need to ask question or when instructor asks you a question).

 Interactive Live Demo Class On Adobe Connect:
All the registered participants will get an invitation and link to join the session through email.

Suzanne Adams, I have had the honour of working in the human services field in different capacities for over 30 years, from assisting adults with developmental disabilities to live their lives more fully to working within classroom environments.  Teaching has been a natural progression from my passion for helping people reach their potential. In 2001, I began working in the private post-secondary arena, developing programs and instructing students. My career has been centered in the field of special needs. My roles in this field have provided me with experience and insight into the BC school system and the needs of students. I am a lifelong learner and continue to take courses, attend conventions and workshops to continue my professional development so that students always receive the best of me. I believe that an instructor is morally obligated to enter the classroom with only the highest expectations for each and every one of her students. In understanding how my students learn, I can maximize the positive benefits that naturally come along with any self-fulfilling prophecy. As a team and with dedication, perseverance and hard work, students can rise to the occasion.

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