National Gender Training offers a range of courses, workshops and bespoke services that cover various topics related to preventing and addressing domestic violence in the LGBT+ community. Their courses, workshops and bespoke services are designed and delivered by experienced trainers who are trans and LGBT+ themselves or allies. They are interactive, engaging and tailored to your specific needs and goals.
By taking their courses, workshops or bespoke services, you will learn:
- The basics of domestic violence, such as its definitions, types, causes, effects and prevention
- The specific challenges and barriers that LGBT+ people face in relation to domestic violence, such as stigma, discrimination, invisibility and lack of access to services
- The best practices and strategies to support, include and empower LGBT+ survivors of domestic violence in your personal and professional circles
- The legal and ethical obligations and responsibilities that you have as an ally to prevent and address domestic violence in the LGBT+ community
- The benefits and opportunities that preventing and addressing domestic violence bring to your personal well-being, your professional performance and your social progress
By taking these courses, workshops or bespoke services, you will not only learn how to prevent and address domestic violence in the workplace, but also how to create a more inclusive, diverse and respectful culture and environment for everyone.
You will also receive a certificate of completion, a handbook of resources and a follow-up support from their trainers.
Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects many people in their personal and professional lives. LGBT+ people are often the targets of domestic violence because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Therefore, it is important to prevent and address domestic violence in the LGBT+ community.
One way to do this is through training. Training can help individuals and organisations develop their knowledge, skills and confidence to become more LGBT+ positive themselves, as well as to promote LGBT+ positivity within their organisation and beyond.
National Gender Training is a leading provider of training on preventing and addressing domestic violence in the LGBT+ community. They offer a range of courses, workshops, bespoke services and online resources that help you develop your allyship and promote LGBT+ positivity in society.
If you are interested in learning more about National Gender Training or booking their training, you can visit their website at www.nationalgendertraining.co.uk or contact them at email@example.com.
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