Free Trainings Jan and Feb 2010: An Introduction to Working with LGBTQ Newcomers: Toronto

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Free Trainings Jan and Feb 2010: An Introduction to Working with LGBTQ Newcomers: Toronto

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Among Friends is offering

FREE TRAININGS
For service providers who work with newcomers
and/or lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer+ (LGBTQ) clients!

An Introduction to Working with LGBTQ Newcomers

Training A: For service providers who work with newcomer clients

Participants will reflect on the complexity of the newcomer experience within an LGBTQ context, learn definitions, acknowledge barriers and identify ways to create more positive spaces.
Select one date: Friday Jan 29, Feb 5, Feb 19 or Feb 26  

9:30am to 12pm

Training B: For service providers who work with LGBTQ clients

Participants will understand the LGBTQ experience within an immigrant and refugee context, learn cultural terms, acknowledge barriers and identify ways to create more inclusive spaces.
Select one date: Friday Jan 29, Feb 5, Feb 19 or Feb 26  

2:00pm to 4:30pm

We encourage your front-line, management, executive, board and volunteer staff to attend.

Trainings will be held at Access Alliance
340 College Street, Suite 500 (near College & Spadina)

Spaces are limited. Please register in advance with Aamer at [email protected]
or call 416-324-8677 ext 309

Can't come to us? Let us come to you!!
Among Friends can offer these FREE trainings at your workplace.

Among Friends is a collaborative project between Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services, The 519 Church Street Community Centre and CultureLink. The project aims to provide resources and support to service providers in Toronto in becoming more LGBTQ newcomer positive and to increase volunteer opportunities for LGBTQ newcomers.

Funded by The Ontario Trillium Foundation