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C3: Victorian Schools Mental Health Menu (Teacher Training)

Access Minus18 workshops and training as an approved provider of LGBTQIA+ inclusion workshops for teachers and school staff on the Victorian Department of Education Schools Mental Health Menu

Learning outcomes:

  • Access any of our teacher offerings through your Victorian Schools Mental Health Menu funding including:
  • (C1) Creating LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Classrooms which covers - key concepts around sex, gender and sexuality, evidence based barriers LGBTQIA+ students face, practical tools to support LGBTQIA+ students and staff at school and lived experiences via our expert presenters.
  • (C2) Supporting Trans and Gender Diverse Students which covers - definitions of varying gender identities and the gender spectrum, research examining barriers and discrimination, social and medical gender affirmation, what are pronouns, using inclusive language and tools to build safe and inclusive experiences for trans and gender diverse students and staff.
  • More info available via the Vic Department of Education Schools Mental Health Menu
Size
Up to 100 people
For
For teachers and school staff
Duration
60 - 90 minutes
Cost
Covered through your Victorian Schools Mental Health Menu funding
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B4: Assembly Speeches and Keynotes

Inspire your students, staff or parents with a keynote weaving together LGBTQIA+ personal narratives and empowerment.

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C1: Creating LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Classrooms

Explore LGBTQIA+ identity, the barriers students face in everyday life, and empower staff with the tools to become inclusive leaders.

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B3: LGBTQIA+ Youth Empowerment Workshop

Equip your LGBTQIA+ students or Pride Group with the confidence and empowerment to help lead change within their community.

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