The book does not aim to provide a prescriptive account of how to conduct the training; it guides the reader, providing a framework and key references and encourages them to design their own programme by incorporating the exercises, activities, games, role plays and case studies provided in the book.
Part 2: Introductory module:.
1. Why look at racism and cultural diversity?.
2. Basic information on demography and inequality.
3. Developing a language.
4. The partiality of academic psychology.
5. Theories of racism.
6. Identifying and placing oneself within a cultural framework.
7. Models of racial and cultural identity.
8. Working with interpreters.
Part 3: Speciality modules:.
9. Child, adolescent and family.
10. Adult mental health.
11. Older adults.
12. Learning disabilities.
13. Primary care.
14. Psychosocial rehabilitation (long term needs).
16. HIV / GUM sexual health.
17. Substance misuse.
21. Professional and organisational issues.