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      Sexual and Gender Diversity Training - Part 2 in Victoria

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      November 13, 2019

      Wednesday   1:00 PM

      306-620 View St.
      Victoria, British Columbia

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      Sexual and Gender Diversity Training - Part 2

      In these changing times, there is a growing awareness of Sexual and Gender Diverse (SGD) populations (or LGBTQ2S + communities as it is commonly known as), however, in most cases these diverse populations are not considered when we think of the mission and services of Non-profits and if they are, the communities themselves do not feel that their needs are filled.  Which contribute to many issues such as erasure of their lives, high rates of Homelessness, Suicide, Hate crimes and employment inequality.  The Sexual and Gender Diversity Training for Non-Profits will be divided into two parts. Both trainings are designed to build upon knowledge, resources, skills and self awareness as professionals in a combination of presentation style and activities designed to maximize your learning. Part 2 is where you will learn the skills, resources and strategies to create an inclusive work space at your organization for staff, volunteers and service users. About the facilitator: Corey Keith’s pronoun is per & pers. Per provides passion, experience and knowledge through peer counselling, Life Coaching, consulting, and workshops in in the areas of sexuality and gender since 2006. In 2006, per co-founded and facilitated the first ever Sexual and Gender Diverse agency in Central Alberta – Central Alberta Rainbow Youth. Since this time, Corey continues to provide hundreds of hours to providing support, education and advocacy in relation to sexual and gender diversity. In 2010, per was one of the leaders of the successful Vancouver Trans Forum. Corey taught in the Bachelors of Social Work program, Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression, in 2013 and again in 2015. In 2009, Corey received a Bachelors of Aboriginal Social Work from Nicola Valley Institute of Technology. Corey then received a diploma in Professional Counseling in 2011 from Rhodes Wellness College. In 2016, Corey finished pers Masters of Education.

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