The Utah Pride Center offers LGBTQ+ cultural competency training’s to businesses and community groups including educators, caseworkers, health care professionals, mental health professionals, and youth service providers. This training is 101 in understanding the experiences of LGBTQ+ people, and how to work in our homes, places of work, congregations, and communities to improve the lives of members of the LGBTQ+ community
The training covers basic language, current research and best practices related to the LGBTQ+ community, privilege and daily experiences of LGBTQ+ people including micro-aggressions, intersectionality and multiple marginalized statuses, the experiences of LGBTQ youth and disparities in this group, and resources available in the community.
This 90 minute training aims to provide information within the Four Stages of Cultural Competency Development:
After the training, participants will have increased familiarity, sensitivity, and understanding of cultural characteristics, history, values, belief systems, and behaviors of LGBTQI+ individuals. Participants will know that cultural differences as well as similarities exist, and practice viewing these without assigning values (better or worse, right or wrong).
Competence occurs when practitioners and agencies integrate and transform knowledge into specific standards, policies, practices, and attitudes in their workplaces and while providing services.
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