This webinar will support the capability and confidence of school based professionals in maintaining educational environments that are safe and inclusive for all people within school communities, including those who may be LGBTIQ+.
It will explain key terminology and concepts and discuss the needs of LGBTIQ+ students in school settings. It will provide evidence on the impacts of homophobic and transphobic behaviour and social and emotional wellbeing.
True's webinars enable you to access professional training from your home or office using WebEx Online technology. Sessions are facilitated by a True educator using a combination of streaming audio, videos, pictures, presentations and online collaborations. Participants are encouraged to contribute to the online workshop by joining in chat discussions via text or microphone.
Introduce key terminology associated with LGBTIQ+ identities and cultures
Review key evidence from Australian schools
Summarise impacts of homophobia and transphobic behaviour in schools
Identify key principles of inclusion and wellbeing
Identify where to find further information and resources
Who should attend?
This webinar is suitable for professionals employed in schools including:
- principals and teachers
- guidance officers
- youth mental health coaches
- school based counselling staff
- school chaplains
- school based youth health nurses
- school administration staff
This online activity is a self-managed process and accessing the webinar is the individual's responsibility. Prior to registration, please check and test your system and the connection requirements to ensure you are able to access this session from your computer.
19 February 2019
3:30pm - 4:30 pm -
Registration opens 28 January 2019
19 March 2019
3:30pm - 4:30 pm