What You'll learn
- What is the safe space sign? Why is it important?
- What does the LGBTIQ+ acronym stand for?
- Why are pronouns so important in the LGBTIQ+ community and how do you get them right?
- What does each flag in the rainbow community represent?
- What are some LGBTIQ+ inclusive terms used in the rainbow community?
- What are some assumptions and stereotypes about the LGBTIQ+ community that you must avoid?
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!
☑ Lifetime access to the course
☑ Short 5-10min sections
☑ Pause and resume the course at your convenience
☑ Additional reading material and resources
Are you using LGBTIQ+ inclusive language in your workplace, events or team meetings? What about the flyers, brochures, emails circulated around the office? Are they accessible and inclusive for everyone?
LGBTIQ+ awareness is crucial if you want to build a safe, inclusive space for everyone in your team.
In this course, you can learn about the important terms used in the rainbow community, what each of the letters in the acronym stands for and the best ways to make LGBTIQ+ feel comfortable and valued.
Here is a short breakdown of what you’ll learn in this course
- The safe space sign and why you might it at your events, meetings, offices etc.
- The difference between sex and gender.
- The various terms used to describe identities and sexualities across the rainbow spectrum including gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex, non-binary, gender diverse, polyamorous etc.
- The LGBTIQ+ acronym and what each letter stands for (including the “+” sign, yes that’s important as well!).
- Some common assumptions that people have about the LGBTIQ+ community and why they can be offensive.
- The importance of using correct pronouns.
- The different LGBTIQ+ flags and what they represent.
- The term “coming out of the closet” and why it’s difficult for many LGBTIQ+ people to express themselves freely.