DO YOU WANT TO BECOME AN INTERCULTURAL TRAINER?


Are you working in the training or education field and seek to deepen your theoretical knowledge on intercultural competence?

Are you interested in designing and facilitating training on intercultural competence and seek to learn more about training design, tools, and methods?

The Intercultural Trainer Academy has it all for you, bringing together theory and practice on intercultural competence and intercultural training.



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The Intercultural Trainer Academy is organized by InterCultur gGmbH and Constructor University Bremen and takes place twice a year – usually once in January and once in August. Since the global COVID-19 pandemic, we are also offering an online edition.

Registration is now open!


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Please note: We reserve the right to close registration or put you on the waiting list once the maximum group size has been reached.


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The Intercultural Trainer Academy is a place to deepen your knowledge and skills as an intercultural trainer.

The Intercultural Trainer Academy offers a unique blend of theory and practice tailored to your needs and interests.

Unfortunately quality education doesn’t come without a price. As a non-profit organization, our program is still low-priced compared to others. And there are possibilities for grants and funding, mainly for German and EU residents!

Save the dates for our upcoming Intercultural Trainer Academies

Online Academy via Zoom / MS Teams

Face-to-face Academy in Hamburg, Germany

Face-to-face Academy in Bremen, Germany


Next academies:

August 05 – 16, 2024, in Hamburg, Germany

(registration now open)

January 20 – 31, 2025, in Bremen, Germany


Stay informed about upcoming academies!


Who is the academy for?

For example, many participants from former academies come from these professional backgrounds:

  • (Intercultural) Trainers
  • Employees in international offices of universities
  • Employees in HR departments
  • Employees of NGOs working in international contexts
  • Employees working in educational contexts of all kinds (e.g. youth exchanges such as AFS or YFU, teachers, professors, educational programs for adults…)
  • Students still enrolled or freshly graduated

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you do not work in these fields and still wish to participate.
Some registration requirements include an advanced working knowledge of the English language, either practical skills in giving trainings or theoretical knowledge on intercultural theories.
Overall, many people are eligible, so feel free to register and our trainers will check your eligibility.


Impressions from former academies


Voices from former participants

The Intercultural Trainer Academy (ITA) program has been a very insightful and enriching experience. I was amazed to see the amount of effort and passion the whole ITA trainer team put into creating the entire learning environment more experiential, personal, and meaningful. The program certainly boosted my competencies in creating and delivering training programs.
– Tanya Keni, PhD student

“The Intercultural Trainer Certification program has given me the competencies to design better training courses and the confidence to deliver them. This is primarily due to the team who were personal in their approach and very professional in their leading of the program”
– Peter Somers, Teacher

“I want to thank you for preparing such a complete, well-rounded training and for making these last 2 weeks so enjoyable and full of fun and learning. Thank you for making learning enjoyable. 
– Anonymous

“The ITA has helped me build my confidence as an intercultural trainer and given me many more ideas to explore in my future workshops. The additional bonus of this program is the love and meticulousness that was put into its design and methods in all the little details, and I hope to put all of it in my own training in the future!”
– Annika Maurer, Student in Global Studies