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RCLDS Working well with LGBTIQA+ young people

Tuesday August 10, 2021, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Free

This Workshop Is Only Available To Residential Care Workers In Victoria.

 

This professional development zoom workshop includes a mix of information delivery, discussion and activities leading to transformative learning for Residential Care Workers.

Current, Australian evidence-based research that informs best practice when working with LGBTIQA+ youth will be used as part of the overall teaching, as well as a basic introduction to what the letters stand for, and what is known about the health status and risks of this cohort. After completing this training, you will have an:

  • Understanding what the letters in LGBTIQA+ mean;
  • access to research and information about the health status and risks of LGBTIQA+ youth;
  • increased empathy and understanding about living as LGBTIQA+ in a heteronormative world;
  • strategies for working well with LGBTIQA+ youth and the best ways to support their wellbeing.

A resource list will be provided.

Tuesday 10th August 10am-12pm (1 hour break) then 1pm-3pm

 

Further Information about Your Booking:

If the session is booked out 

Add your name to the waiting list. If a place becomes available, we will contact you, inviting you to register, if you are unable to respond quickly we will move to the next person on the list

Where will I find the link to join the session?

We will email you a calendar invitation with the Zoom link a few days before the training date once registrations have closed. 

  • Please use your work email when registering as we will only be sending the link to participants who are eligible.

Details

Date:
Tuesday August 10, 2021
Time:
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Zoom Webinar
Australia

Organiser

RCLDS

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Audience
OoHC, Residential Care
Facilitator Bio
Starlady is a social justice advocate whose work is underpinned by the human rights principals of equity and freedom of expression. She is passionately committed to addressing discrimination and prejudice within our society through her work in advocacy, education, training and community development.
The Centre for Excellence acknowledges the Tradition Custodians of the land on which we work, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded and this was and always will be Aboriginal land.
We appreciate and celebrate diversity in all its forms. We believe diversity of all kinds makes our teams, services and organisation stronger and more effective.
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