We offer a variety of specialist LGBTQ training workshops to develop your understanding and application of LGBTQ inclusion.
Our training is informed by our experience of on-the-ground work with LGBTQ communities, our community research and our engagement with mainstream and specialist healthcare providers and other services.
We are delivering our live training primarily online at the moment but can offer in-person training by request. We regularly deliver webinars that you can book individual places on, and can also provide in-house webinars for your organisation
Please email [email protected] to enquire about bringing one of the workshops below to your team. We can also design workshops specifically tailored to your needs, so do get in touch to let us know what you’re looking for.
Our training courses:
This workshop is based upon our experiences, knowledge and expertise as LGBTQ+ domestic abuse practitioners. Domestic abuse is a pervasive issue for LGBTQ+ people and our communities, and intersects with people's experiences of race and racism, queerness, and disability.
This 2.5 hour workshop is interactive, engaging, and reflective and will provide a safe environment for participants to understand and mitigate some of the barriers for LGBTQ people in accessing and using healthcare services.
This 2.5 hour workshop is similar to the healthcare course but with a specific focus on understanding the needs and experiences of older LGBTQ people, particularly in care home settings.
Testimonial quotes from staff working in secondary healthcare settings:
'The pronouns will help with my LGBTQ sensitivity and competence.'
'Really enjoyable and insightful; the presenters are very knowledgeable and passionate.'
'I will be more aware of pronouns, especially asking people about/respecting their pronouns.'
'I will be more aware of the positive impact that asking simple questions can have for people.'
'The most useful part was learning about pronouns. Useful in my practice at the acute day service to avoid assumptions.'
'Useful information that will help form ward policies.'