LGBTQ Relationships and Abuse In-Person Training
This full-day training is designed to help participants break down preconceptions about gender, sexuality, and LGBTQ people and their experiences. Through understanding the everyday lived experiences of LGBTQ people, professionals can better relate with clients, meaningfully engage them and help their clients overcome barriers to accessing services. All training will integrate the latest research in the area of domestic and family violence (DFV) and sexual assault in LGBTQ relationships. Training can be tailored depending on group participants. Focus can shift between victim/survivor, people who use abuse, and/or have a greater focus on sexual assault.
- The difference between sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
- Understanding the lived experiences of people with a diverse gender and sexuality.
- Several health impacts caused by social stigma, assumptions, and bias
- Understanding different types of relationships and family structures in LGBTQ communities
- Intimate partner violence, family violence and sexual assault prevalence
- Significant legislative actions and defining moments in queer history
- How discrimination, minority stress and shame impact relationships and help-seeking
- Useful tips to help you become a stronger ally for people with a diverse gender and sexuality
- Best practices to ensure inclusivity in your service
- How to identify areas of practice in your services or organisation that may require review
- Mechanisms to help you implement inclusive practice into day-to-day client interactions
- Independent and co-dependent methods to drive organisational change—and why it’s essential
- Other tips to help you elevate inclusive services across your organisation.
Differentiate between gender and sexuality
Summarise unique health and wellbeing disparities faced by sexuality and gender diverse people
Outline the prevalence and patterns of domestic violence for LGBTQ people
Review important events from queer history and the current legislation related to these priority populations
Reflect on the nature of violence in LGBTQ relationships including the roles that gender and sexuality play in characterising DFV and the extent to which gender-based interventions are required for LGBTIQ victims and perpetrators.
Detect areas for improvement within their role and workplace
Develop strategies and implement actions to increase access and satisfaction of service for people with diverse sexuality and gender
- 7 hours, including morning, lunch, and afternoon catered breaks
- Professionals working with clients experiencing domestic and family violence
Public Training Schedule (2021)
- Concession discount available, please click here for more information.
- Once payment is complete, you will get an email from firstname.lastname@example.org saying you have been enrolled into a new program. Click “Go To Program” to enrol for a course date. If you have not received this email, it may have been redirected to your junk/spam inbox.
- For up to 25 people
- Cost does not include travel outside of Sydney metro, catering, venue, or GST.
- Volume discount applies for purchasing more than 4 sessions.
Invoices can be arranged, please email PrideTraining@acon.org.au for more information.
Please make sure to read our cancellation/refund policy.