If your learning audience includes people in multiple countries or cultures, you’ll likely need to be aware of cultural considerations that could affect their learning experience. At the same time, you don’t want to stereotype your audience by assuming certain cultural factors are at play. Instead, you’ll want to get to know your particular audience and understand their communication and learning preferences.
I have a master’s degree in cultural geography, have worked with people from around the world, and have studied intercultural communication and Geert Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions. I can help you customize your training for a global audience.
I can also refer you to a localization company for translation and more specific localization services.
Please contact me to discuss your upcoming needs.