KLIQ Training Session · Health sector (FULL)
During the week of 17 May 2021, as part of IDAHOT, we are offering five free trainings!
These online trainings are designed for professionals and professionals-to-be, such as students, who work in one of the five domains of Diversity and Childhood: the health sector, family associations & child protection organisations, education, public spaces & common domain and media.
The training courses are provided by KLIQ, çavaria's education and training centre. They are offered free of charge now as a first for IDAHOT, and will be permanently included in KLIQ's offer at a later stage.
This training is intended for professionals working in the health sector! Also students who will enter this field later on are welcome.
LGBTI+ persons experience several barriers in accessing primary health care. When one has an eye for the specific vulnerabilities, needs and requirements of LGBTI+ persons and when one pays attention to the other identity aspects within this group, it is possible to create equal access to aid for every (future) client.
During this interactive training you will first learn the basics about SOGIESC, gender and sexual diversity and discrimination. After that, we go into specific information about the health sector:
What are the specific vulnerabilities of LGBTI+ persons? What barriers does the target group experience in the access and flow of assistance? How can we, as aid workers, respond to the needs and wants of the target group?
Throughout the workshop, we will work with you to formulate an answer to all these questions. This way, the welfare sector helps to contribute to a more inclusive society in terms of sexual and gender diversity!
Besides a training, you will also receive, if you wish, a goodie bag with, among other things, a handbook for professionals, full of relevant information and tips. Furthermore, you will also receive two handouts, with a glossary and an overview of care providers.
Interested? Register below!
Time and date
13h00 - 17h00Add to calendar