M0-Introductory LGBTIQ+ Inclusion Course - The Equality Network

M0-Introductory LGBTIQ+ Inclusion Course

This is an introductory course about understanding the LGBTIQ+ community. Let’s learn about LGBTIQ+ experiences, everyday struggles and a little about the LGBTIQ+ community.
Bronte · 15/07/2021

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What You'll learn

  • What does “in the closet” mean?
  • Correct pronoun usage, respecting individuals’ gender identity and sexual orientation.
  • How the life milestone experiences of LGBTIQ+ people may vary from those of straight people.
  • Why don’t more people from the LGBTIQ+ community “come out of the closet”?
  • How to interact with and address someone from the LGBTIQ+ community, respectfully?
  • The difference between ‘equality’, ‘equity’ and ‘liberation’.

Prerequisite: No prerequisite for this course.

Who Can Take This Course?

➢ Small-business owners
➢ Managers and team leaders
➢ Professionals from any field
➢ Wedding Professionals
➢ Funeral Professionals
➢ Anyone who wants to learn about the LGBTIQ+ community!

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Course Description

☑ Lifetime access to the course
☑ Short 5-10min sections
☑ Pause and resume the course at your convenience
☑ Additional reading material and resources

Tired of walking around on eggshells around your LGBTIQ+ clients? Worried about unintentionally offending them by using the wrong pronouns or misgendering them? 

Or has someone close to you come out as LGBTIQ+ and you want to be a good ally but don’t know how to be? 

Either way, this introductory course is for you! 

Take your first step to understanding more about the LGBTIQ+ community. Learn about the everyday struggles and experiences of LGBTIQ+ people and how they differ from the general population.

Bronte Price gives us a glimpse into the experiences of the LGBTIQ+ community. Learn more about LGBTIQ+ Inclusive language and the struggle for equal rights in this premium introductory training course conducted by The Equality Network. 

About Instructor

Bronte

I’m Bronte Price, a full-time male marriage and funeral celebrant. In my spare time, I’m a qualified trainer, veggie gardener, foodie, and piano player. I married my husband, Clint, in April 2019 – it was the best day of our lives! It was both exciting and fascinating planning our own wedding “from the other side” and it gave me a great insight into what couples go through in the leadup to their special day. The whole experience made me a better celebrant! Clint and I are parents to our beloved rescue kelpie, Bingo, aged five. Most Sunday afternoons will find us at DTs, in Richmond, one of Melbourne’s iconic gay pubs, catching up with our close mates. As a former senior executive in state and local government (most recently as Assistant Director Data Analytics with the Victorian Ombudsman), I’ve picked up some pretty useful skills that I’ve been able to put into practice as a celebrant.

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Course Includes

  • 6 Lessons
  • 6 Quizzes
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Dalya
Posted 1 month ago
Invaluable Content

We have so much to learn. It starts with our kids and how we respond and interact with them before they go to school. One thing that stood out in this module for me was the importance of allowing our kids to come into their own. To experience life and to be non-judgemental. I was reminded that as adults it is up to us to provide them with a safe space to figure how who THEY are. Brilliant!

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Marina
Posted 1 month ago
The Community We Live In

Thank you Bronte for this course which was very helpful for anyone who is wanting to increase their knowledge of the LGBTQI+ community. We all deserve respect and love and your course has highlighted some of the ways we can make this happen in everday life.

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Jackie
Posted 1 month ago
The Importance Equality, Equity and Liberation.

Bronte explains really simply the difference between these three and the need to remove hurdles. The animated video was an excellent way of portraying how you can't help how you feel. Good simple advice on welcoming new employees from the LBQTIQ+ community

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