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Trainings and Workshops

NCBI Workshops

Welcoming Diversity

Seven hour training session designed to introduce participants to various aspects of diversity which include but are not limited to identifying the information and misinformation we learned about other groups, to learn how groups, other than our own, experience mistreatment, learn the personal impact of specific incidents of discrimination, and how to interrupt prejudicial jokes, remarks, and slurs.

Handling Controversial Issues

Four hour training session designed to assist individuals within a group setting on handling tough interpersonal/intergroup conflicts.

Train the Trainer

Three day session designed to train individuals to serve on the campus NCBI leadership team as trainers of the NCBI modules. Pre-Requisite: Welcoming Diversity or Handling Controversial Issues

Diversity and Inclusion Workshops

Exposure Workshops

One hour sessions designed to expose departments/units to the offerings of the Office of Training and Intercultural Education, including the prejudice reduction modules of the National Coalition Building Institute.

Student Workshops

Student workshops are tailored to the specific needs of the audience. The NCBI Leadership Team incorporates pertinent examples and dialogue that is relevant to the specific subtle nuances that may exist within specific health care professions in general and within diverse groups of people.

Appreciating Diversity & Inclusion and Team Skills

Three hour training session designed to accommodate the specific needs of diverse colleges and departments in introducing participants to various aspects of diversity as well as the mission, values and purpose of the Department of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and University.

Unconscious Bias Workshops

Led by Unconscious Bias Faculty Scholars (Dr. DaNine J. Fleming and Dr. Tamatha Psenka), these modules allow participants to uncover their unconscious biases, gain new insights in decision-making, building inclusive teams and cultures, and intercultural communications and identify how bias can impact critical healthcare decisions and results.

For more information or to request a training/workshop for your department, please contact chatterr@musc.edu.