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A2: Supporting the Trans and Gender Diverse Community (Advanced)

Learn about the spectrum of transgender and non-binary identity, and explore ways you can actively create supportive environments in this training session including pronouns and inclusive language.

Learning outcomes:

  • Definitions of varying gender identities.
  • The lived experiences of trans and gender diverse people.
  • Australian-based research examining barriers and discrimination.
  • The experiences and processes of medical and social gender transitioning.
  • Pronouns - what are they and why are they important?
  • How to apply inclusive language and create an inclusive culture.
  • The tools to build safe and inclusive experiences for clients and customers.
  • This session is recommended as a follow-on from our 'Introduction to Gender & Sexuality 101 Training' offering.
  • Online LGBTQIA+ inclusion training delivery method available as well as face-to-face.
Size
Up to 100 people
For
Adults 18 and over; Any employee or volunteer
Duration
90 minutes
Cost
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A5: Sydney WorldPride Keynote Speakers and Panellists (In-person or Digital)

Book in a Minus18 keynote speaker or panellist for your upcoming Sydney WorldPride event! We have speakers available in-person (Sydney/Melbourne) and digital everywhere else!

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A3: Foundations of LGBTQIA+ Inclusion Training

Gain the most comprehensive understanding of LGBTQIA+ identities, and the tools to build interpersonal and organisation-wide inclusion. This module is a combination of our A1 and A2 courses.

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A1: Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Training 101

Be introduced to LGBTQIA+ identities, and lived experiences from the community with our most popular offering for workplaces and services. Empower your team with real-life inclusion scenarios and tools with our renowned LGBTQIA+ inclusion professional training.

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