About the Program

While the Cross Cultural Health Care Program directly conducts trainings for health and human services organizations, we believe strongly in the value of multiplying results by preparing trainers who work within those organizations.  CCHCP’s unique Training of Trainers (ToT) program works by building the internal capacity of health and human services organizations with a set of curricula and instruction developed over 25 years of experience. CCHCP facilitators work with trainers sponsored by their organization for an initial 40-hour training period, training them to become licensed to train our equity and inclusion course material internally within their organization and in their community.  During the two-year (renewable) license period, trainers receive continued support and resources to enhance their development as trainers. Each organization that becomes licensed to train will also receive a Wall Certificate with a license number unique to the organization.

What You Learn

ToT attendees learn a theoretical framework of cultural competence in health and human services.  You learn to become confident and adept at teaching tangible skills necessary to provide culturally responsive care, and to develop an authentic approach toward addressing and disrupting inequities while being respectful of preserving relationships. The instruction includes a detailed review of nine modules of curriculum, hours of lessons on training techniques, individualized opportunities to teach-back a module with feedback from your training cohort and instructor, and the comradery of learning with a diverse group of individuals from various work environments.

Our program includes learning how to train on topics such as:

  • The principles of cultural competency
  • Understanding the dynamics of difference
  • The culture of Western medicine/biomedicine
  • Accountabilities: National CLAS (Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services) standards, Joint Commission accreditation standards, and more
  • Building culturally competent community partnerships
  • Building a culturally competent system of care

Who Should Apply

Health Care & Human Services Leaders

Our ToT is geared to augment the training tools of individuals who are charged with the implementation of culturally competent policies and strategic initiatives at their organizations.

Human Resources Professionals

If you are an HR professional in the health care or human services field seeking to build your in-house training capabilities, our ToT program is for you.

Health Care & Human Services Administrators

If you have responsibility for shaping the infrastructure that supports the system of care/service at your organization, our ToT can provide you with insights and tools to implement equitable, inclusive, and culturally appropriate care.

Requirements

A candidate must be sponsored by a qualified organization that is willing to enter into a two-year contract for a renewable license agreement with CCHCP to offer our Equity and Inclusion training curriculum. To ensure the highest quality of training delivered, we require participants of the Equity and Inclusion Training of Trainers (ToT) program to have the following qualifications:

  • Be able to participate fully during all 40 hours of the training
  • Have training, facilitating, or coaching experience
  • Work for and be sponsored by the organization seeking the license to train our program
  • A completed application packet

Please email us at eiprograms@xculture.org for more information about applying for this course, the cost, and licensing details. 

Upcoming Classes

Equity and Inclusion Training of Trainers

July 12-23
8:00 am - 2:00 pm PT

virtually via Zoom

Monday-Friday

Application deadline: June 28th

email eiprograms@xculture.org for more details and to apply

 

Equity and Inclusion Training of Trainers

October 4-8
9:00 am - 5:00 pm PT

Seattle, WA***

Monday-Friday

Application deadline: September 20th

email eiprograms@xculture.org for more details and to apply

***course may be hosted virtually via Zoom to adhere to state Coronavirus restrictions. If hosted virtually, course will be held October 4-15, from 8am-2pm PT***

Working with CCHCP was seamless from start to finish. They made the partnership process easy and enjoyable, furthermore, the training content shared by the instructor was relevant and easy to digest. We received great feedback from participants who attended. All that to say, I would highly recommend CCHCP for your Equity and Inclusion needs and we would absolutely partner with them again in the future.

Equity & Inclusion Training of Trainers Participant

For more information, email us:

eiprograms@xculture.org