Thank to a flexible approach looks at the different dimensions of culture – e.g. how we make decisions, how we think, how we interact and relate to others – we successfully offer our services to all kinds of sectors:

Government and Statutory Bodies

The Ministry
of
Integration

An
Garda
Síochána

The Health Service Executive (HSE)

Waterford County Council

The Family Support Agency (HSE)

Community Organisations

Cultùr -
Celebrating
Diversity

Meath Childcare Committee

Bray
Women’s
Refuge

Ballymun Cultural Group

Navan Community Development Project

Educational Organisations

Ashbourne Community College

Beaufort College, Navan

St Peter’s College, Dunboyne

Loreto Secondary,
St Michael’s

St Joseph’s Secondary,
Navan

Mercy Secondary School, Navan

County VEC’s: Meath, Louth, Limerick, Cork, Clare, Carlow

Companies

The Football Association of Ireland (FAI)

Meath Investment in Training and Employment (MITE)

Area Partnerships:
Blanchardstown, Kimmage, Wakinstown, Crumlin, Drimnagh (KWCD), Monaghan, Longford, Westmeath

Other organisations

Association of Adult Education Officers (AAEO)
(Professional Organization)

Focus Ireland
(NGO)

Testimonials

We are very proud of the service we provide. Read our testimonials from our happy customers.
Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane, Dublin, was looking for someone who could help us to improve the Culture awareness of our staff. We found the training offered by Livingstone Thompson of Living Cultural Solutions Ltd to be just what we were looking for. They were able to match our expectations and requirements within the context of the training they offer. We have seen very clearly the benefits of this training in the work place, and going forward we intend to make this part of our quarterly planned training programme.

Conor O'Kane

General Manager, Maldron Hotel, Cardiff Lane, Dublin

The sessions were dynamic, thought-provoking and transformative. The facilitator enabled both group and self-reflective practice thus challenging our cultural perceptions and assumptions as individuals and as part of a wider school community. It is essential continuing professional development for all educators in our diverse society.

Beth Hickey

Resource Teacher, Balbriggan Educate Together School

Livingstone Thompson has been delivering workshops on Cultural awareness to our graduate and post graduate students of the Youth and Community work programmes since 2011. These experiential workshops are highly effective in raising awareness of hidden assumptions and prejudices which we all hold when working with cultural difference. They have proven to be a valuable addition to Professional Practice modules, particularly for working in Ireland today. Livingstone's gentle yet challenging style invites participants to deepen their learning and development in a reflective and practical way. It is a very useful and valued learning opportunity.

Bernu McMahon

Programme Coordinator, Department of Applied Social Studies, Maynooth University

The training our students received was fun and meaningful at the same time. They were thoroughly engaged and couldn't stop talking about it afterwards.

Stephen McArdle

Drogheda Youthreach, Louth and Meath Education and Training Board, King Street, Drogheda Co. Louth

Other testimonials

''Being put into groups it was easier to engage the views of others''
Cork VEC
''Most helpful were the opportunities to explore the concept and implications of being culturally aware and of facilitating best practice in group situations''
Waterford County Council
''The trainer is extremely competent and excellent''
An Garda Síochána, Limeric
''All my expectations were met''
Westmeath Community Development Ltd
''The variety of different material used made it interesting and kept us all intrigued''
Longford Community Resources Ltd
''Excellent! Thought provoking! Imaginative! Challenging!''
The Family Support Agency
''The presentation was in a simple and say manner for anyone to understand.''
Blanchardstown Area Partnership