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Trans Awareness: the basics

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Join us for an introduction to the key ideas an information you need to know about trans-related matters.

About this event

Please note that this session is for individuals, small charities and community groups in the Royal Borough of Kingston, and neighbouring boroughs only.

‘Trans Awareness: The Basics’ is an entry-level session that introduces the key ideas and information people need to know about trans-related matters. The session will explain what ‘trans’ means and describe the diversity of those who might use the term, and introduce key concepts crucial to understanding trans people. It will also list the main legislation relating to trans identities.

Outcomes

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

• Understand what ‘Trans’ means and the diversity of those who might use the term

• Understand the main legislation relating to trans identities

• Outline ways an organisation can work towards being trans-inclusive

• Learn about other related resources and help

Who should attend

This session is essential for all paid staff and volunteers in VCSEs, in order to ensure the application of equal opportunities in all areas of its service development and delivery.

Cost

This event is free to voluntary organisations based in Kingston upon Thames, and £30 to those in neighbouring boroughs.

Unfortunately, the event is not open to people outside of the local area.

About the trainer

Gendered Intelligence is a trans led charity working directly with some 500 young trans and gender questioning people from diverse backgrounds across the course of a year, primarily through our youth groups and 1:1 mentoring services. They train widely across all settings and to date have delivered training to over 25,000 professionals, including schools, colleges, universities, large international commercial organisations, arts settings, small charities, foster care / children's home settings, CAMHS and secure mental health settings, residential clinics, as well as across the wider statutory, not-for-profit and commercial sectors.

All of the trainers are professional trainers/facilitators who are also trans identified, and who have extensive grassroots trans-community experience (biographies available on request).

This is an online training session. The joining link will be emailed to you nearer the time.

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