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    Deloraine | Providing an Inclusive Practice and Community for LGBTIQA+ People

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    Event description

    The training will give you knowledge to assist individuals and organisations to offer an inclusive and welcoming service for LGBTIQA+ people.

    Through the completion of this training participants will be able to;

    1. Demonstrate an understanding of inclusive language and the different LGBTIQA+ definitions and pronouns.

    2. Recognise that even though there is one acronym for LGBTIQA+, sexual orientation, gender identity and intersex status are different.

    3. Recognise the specific challenges and discrimination faced by each of the groups under the LGBTIQA+ banner.

    4. Identify how their service or community can become an LGBTIQA+ Ally.

    5. Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of being an inclusive and welcoming service or community for LGBTIQA+ people.


    Sharon Corvinus-Jones is the Chief Executive Officer for Kentish Regional Clinic Inc.

    Sharon has been working in LGBTIQA+ training and education since 2008. Over this time, she has won 3 awards for her work with LGBTIQA+ suicide prevention and social inclusion strategies.

    Sharon developed this training in 2017 to educate people in providing an inclusive practice and a supportive community for LGBTIQA+ people.

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