LGBT 101 TRAINING
The LGBT 101 Training provides educational and training presentations to organizations on the issues that effect the LGBT population. The aim of this overview workshop is to promote gradual, significant changes in how the LGBT community is perceived and treated, with the ultimate goal of increasing support for a disenfranchised, and often discriminated against, population.
The LGBT 101 Training is presented by a representative of the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland and has been trained to present on the issues affecting the LGBT population.
A variety of organizations make frequent requests of the LGBT Center for educational, awareness and training needs. We have provided presentations to schools, colleges, hospital staff, churches and companies. Our audiences have included; The Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Association of School Psychologists, local public and private schools, residential treatment facilities, and churches to name a few.
The LGBT 101 Training offers basic terminology and definitions, the various forms of discrimination (religious, legal, housing, employment, health), addresses health issues, and an overview of services provided by the LGBT Community Center.
To complete an online training request form, visit the Training Request page.
Each presentation is
60 minutes in length.