LGBT Life Center is proud to offer a variety of trainings and workshops for our community. Whether you’re a school, organization, business, government or a conference, we have seasoned presenters and customizable presentations for you.
Don’t see the training you’d like for your group? Request it and we’ll do our best to accommodate it.
You can also use the form below to request to have LGBT Life Center set up an information table at your event. Just select “information table” in the dropdown menu on the form below.
LGBT Life Center staff spend a considerable amount of time and effort making trainings comprehensive and keeping them up-to-date. Because of this, we ask organizations to support our work and time. Pricing varies based on the length of the presentation and the number of presenters needed to facilitate the training.
If a co‐facilitator is required or requested due to content, duration, or number of participants, an additional $75 will be added for each hour.
Non-profit organizations can request a $75 discount off their total training fee.
If your organization needs to request a fee waiver, please note that in the comments section on the form below.
Do you have a team that’s working from home or just want the ease and flexibility of an online training? We’re thrilled to offer all of our workshops over webinar services like Zoom, Go To Meeting and Webex.
Virtual meetings can offer increased convenience for you and your team, as well as a recording of the meeting. Use the form below and select a training with “Virtual” in front of it.
Length: 1 hour
Our cultural diversity training offers a beginners overview of sexual orientation and gender identity as well as their social constructions (how and why we define these things in our society). This includes a discussion of homophobia, transphobia, and heterosexism.
Audience: School faculty/staff, education students, district administration
Length: 2 hours+
This training is intended for schools who wish to learn more about sexual orientation and the challenges facing LGBTQ+ youth, such as bullying. We’ll also cover how to create a safer and more supportive school environment for LGBTQ+ students.
Audience: Middle school, high school, or college clubs
Length: 2 hours
Our Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) training provides tools to support club members in being as successful as possible. This includes help with membership recruitment, retention, leadership development, and organizing.
Length: 1 hour
Our gender identity workshop provides a deeper look into what it means to be transgender or non-binary and how gender identity differs from sexual orientation. We will also discuss proper language when talking about transgender people or asking questions, myths and stereotypes, and ways to create safer spaces for transgender people.
Length: 2 hours
A 101 overview of the history of HIV (extent of details depending on the knowledge level of the group). This training also provides an understanding of how HIV has historically impacted the LGBT community in the United States. We will also go over stigma associated with HIV and AIDS and how activism has helped shape the treatment, care and prevention landscapes of today. Additionally, we will address health care services that are out there for those who are positive and prevention methods for those at risk.