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  • Rencontre – Begegnung – ASAT | SGTA TA Conference – Campus Sursee / Switzerland / 6-8 September 2024 

First bilingual TA congress of the ASAT | DSGTA

We are happy to let you know that the first bilingual Swiss TA Congress will take place in Campus Sursee on 6-8 September 2024

Save the date now! The TA Congress in Campus Sursee will be a unique experience and we warmly invite you to attend.

 

Registration for the congress will open on 31 March 2024.

You can find information for anyone who would like to propose a workshop here.

Your participation will enrich the conference. Be part of it! The congress will be an inspiring and educational event. We are looking forward to many meetings in Campus Sursee. And to ensure that as many exciting and bilingual encounters as possible take place, we will be creating fun meeting situations.

If you have any questions, please contact
Angela Oberhänsli
info@congres-at.ch
079 483 11 23

The conference team
Angela Oberhänsli, Corina Stofer, Daniel Mattheeuws, Daniela Brida, Isabel Gugolz, Markus Wegmann, Monique Naef and Vera Studeny

ASAT_SGTA

Timings are:

18.00 – 20.00 BST
19.00- 21.00 CEST
20.00- 22.00 EEST

Date and Time

6-8 September 2024

Location

Campus Sursee / Switzerland

Our four esteemed speakers are:

Luca Fornari

(PTSTA-O)

Luca Fornari (PTSTA-O) has a specific interest and experience in intercultural approaches to team development. As a consultant and coach, he supports the development of intercultural mindsets in organisations, such as in accompanying cross-cultural Mergers and Acquisitions and with multicultural teams. He is motivated by the opportunity for growth and discovery offered by encountering different (cultural) frames of reference. Luca grew up in ‘hybrid’ cultural contexts from an early age: both his parents, Italian and Irish, grew up in Tanzania. He has a MA in intercultural approach to social management (Bicocca – Milan), attended the Intercultural Communication Institute (Portland) and worked for five years with the Intercultural Development Research Institute. He worked for several years as an intercultural counsellor and coach with refugees and expatriate managers.

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