These relationships do not just happen. They need to be created, built and nurtured through continuous learning and development.
It equips all people for life and communication in a global society, regardless of their culture, background, upbringing, service or business. Understanding different cultures opens up a whole world of exciting new experiences.
it encourages learning and cultural competency and shows recognition of the commitment to promoting a sense of belonging and equality of success and achievement for every individual.
and sustaining culturally responsive harmonious relationships. It also celebrates practices that promote lifelong learning of understanding, inclusion, fairness and equality.
Complete the CCQM in seven steps within three phases
“As long as the differences and diversities of mankind exist, democracy must allow for compromise, for accommodation, and for the recognition of differences.”
The CCQM helps individuals to learn and understand the biases they have. Think: Whose life chances do you impact positively or negatively because of your biases? If you don’t know, why not find out?
Our Unconscious bias training is foundational to the CCQM journey. Book your session at CCQM@Leeds.gov.uk
What you and your staff share with the world, and your students, clients, customers, members experience of you tells us a lot about your relationships.
Post in your timelines on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
Don’t forget to copy us in @iCCQM
Any organisation with a web presence will be validated using the information gained from your website and social media.
Post photographs, videos, interviews, discussions, meetings, commitment statements, assessments and evaluation results online, as your online diary of events
Your multi-sector validation team will use information from your website and web presence to make their decision whether to award you with a Cultural Cohesion Quality Mark.
Any organisation with a web presence will be validated through:
Through posting your journey, you become accountable to your stakeholders.
Are you skilled in discussing diversity, inequalities, protected characteristics and types of prejudice and discrimination?
Do you feel confident answering questions, explaining, debating and discussing these with others?
Would you like to be contactable as a friendly CCQM professor to help develop the knowledge and understanding of participants?
To become a CCQM professor: please send us a link to details of your knowledge and experience in your area.
Are you a service provider who delivers training covering cultural competency, diversity, inequalities, protected characteristics and types of prejudice and discrimination?
We are looking for partners to deliver training and support to organisations participating in the CCQM.
To get involved: Email us with details of your organisation, services offered and a designated contact person.
To become a CCQM approved partner please send us a link to details of your current training packages and expertise.
The CCQM is just what is needed at this time. Things have changed and we need to catch up. We think it will be excellent for our organisation.