Unity Training Solutions

Trainers can use a range of tools, including case studies, presentations, quizzes, role play, visual games, reflective exercises, and anecdotal evidence, multi-media, research and homework.


We can discuss the types of training that best suit your organisation.

 

Our training is designed to be challenging yet welcoming, to ensure that the learning environment is respectful to all participants. We ask all delegates attending our training to sign up to ground rules to ensure all participants are able to get the most out of their time.

 

A more effective organisation Training content that will develop your service capacity:

  • Co-production: engaging with LGBT communities
  • Best practice and governance
  • Co-production: engaging with LGBT communities
  • Developing an in-house LGBT service delivery strategy
  • Developing services and organisations to meet the needs of LGBT clients
  • The Equality Act 2010: are you fulfilling your equality duty?
  • LGBT support and advice within psychologically informed environments
  • Making your work place LGBT friendly
  • Monitoring and equality impact analysis
  • Trans people and developing the correct policy

 

Developing all your people Our training can be tailored for different audiences:

  • board or management committee members responsible for auditing or scrutiny of service delivery;
  • on-office based staff, including contractors, safety and security staff;
  • practitioner level including staff responsible for assessment/referral pathways, support and care, ASBO officers;
  • policy level, including department heads, CEOs.

LGBT Hate Crime Advocate

The Unity LGBT Centre is now offering the opportunity for it's Members to become LGBT Hate Crime Advocates a UGW Certification. (Free of Charge).

 

Becoming a LGBT Hate Crime Advocate aims to develop people with a better understanding of hate crimes and hate incidents that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people face.

 

It will highlight the differences between hate crimes and hate incidents and the impact it can have of the victim, witnesses and the LGBT community as a whole.

 

Learners will gain an understanding of how to respond to reports of hate crime and the barriers practitioners may face and how we might overcome them.

 

It will also look at how to enable LGBT people to access support services or alternative ways to report.

 

For more information, please contact: andrew.davies@unitygroup.wales

 

LGBT Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Training

“Domestic violence is framed as something about male/female relationships, derived from sexism, not from a larger framework of oppressions.  I hear all the time, maybe queer relationship violence is there, but it can’t be as bad or [as] frequent as in abusive straight relationships.  Even if it is named, it is minimized.”

 

For more information on LGBT Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Training please contact us.

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Unity Group Wales

Unity LGBT Centre
High Street
Swansea
SA1 1LN

Tel: 01792 346299 
E-mail: info@unitygroup.wales

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