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  1. 1. The Contrast Culture Method: A Training WorkshopCCMThe Contrast Culture Method (CCM) is an intercultural training approach which can be effectively used in many different contexts (classrooms, businesses, teacher training, etc.) It is a collaborative process where the goal is to raise awareness of cultural and value differences that can affect our decisions and behavior. The method was first developed in the 1960s, but began to be used in Japan in 1999. The main focus of the training is a role play, where one person is a trained actor while the other plays her/himself. The actor reacts to the other role player in a way that highlights the contrasts between them, hence the name, Contrast Culture. A facilitator then takes the group through questioning, discussion, and reflection. The group process is essential. Workshop Contents Day one: 13:00-17:00 &19:00-21:00 General introduction and participation in an intensive CCM training. Where and how CCM can be applied (business, classrooms, community, etc.) Day two: 9:00-12:00, 13:00-17:00 Learning to become a trainer, preparing and carrying out a workshop. This is targeted for those interested in learning more about CCM Day three: 9:00-12:00 Intensive training to become a CCM trainer including as a role play actor and facilitator. Location Nanzan Gakuen Research Center, Nagoya (5 minutes from Irinaka subway station, Tsurumai Line, Nagoya City Subway) 南山学園研修センター Workshop Fee: Day 1: ¥4,000, Days 1&2: ¥6,000, Days 1-3: ¥8,000 Participation in Day 1 or Days 1 & 2 only possible. Accommodation available on-site (¥3,100 /¥5,100 per night) . How to apply: Email Donna ( by Sun April 23rd ―Organized by SIETAR CCM SIG ― ※使用言語:英語 Workshop undertaken in English 3-day CCM Training Workshop: May 5-7, 2017