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LGBTIQA+ Awareness In The Workplace Training

Welcome to the LGBTIQA+ Awareness in the Workplace training course. The course has been designed to provide you with an understanding of The LGBTQIA plus community represents people of diverse sexes, gender, and sexualities.

LGBTIQA+ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer, asexual, and more. And while it might seem confusing at first, it's actually pretty easy to get the hang of.

After completing this course you will be able to:

  1. a greater awareness of why LGBTIQA+ awareness in the workplace matters 

  2. an understanding of why workplace bullying and harassment is not acceptable and the potential legal implications 

  3. a greater awareness of the groups represented by the LGBTIQA+ acronym and key terminology used  
  4. a better understanding of the difference between sexual orientation, gender identity and sex characteristics, and 

  5. an understanding of the benefits that can be realised in an LGBTIQA+ inclusive workplace. 

One of the common reasons people make mistakes when it comes to offering support to LGBTQIA plus people is they don't know much about the community, or they're afraid of saying the wrong thing. But those aren't really good enough reasons to stick your head in the sand. With a bit of forethought, you'll be just fine. Ultimately, it isn't really important that you know and understand everything about the different identities that formed the LGBTQIA plus community. But what is important is that you accept that a person's identity is as they describe it, and experience it.

This acronym or a variant of it is likely to be encountered in your work environment. You're likely to work with or know someone who is a member of this community. The most recent Australian Workplace Equality Index survey, which surveyed almost 45,000 people across many organisations, found that 19% of respondents identified themselves as LGBTIQA+. 61% of those who responded were open to all or most people. Look around your workplace, whether it is an office, a building site, or a workshop. Notice how different people are: their sex and ethnicity, age, dress, beliefs, etc.

Today's workforce is diverse, it's safe to say. While many companies have made great strides in creating inclusive workplaces for LGBTIQA+ people, there are still many to go. People's attitudes, language, policy, and outright bigotry have been a major factor in the exclusion of LGBTIQA+ people. People can be bullied, excluded, or made fun of by others, such as jokes or remarks. This can have a negative impact on productivity, staff turnover, and mental health. This can also negatively impact a company's reputation and financial performance.

Employers that promote LGBTIQA+ visibility and strengthen their understanding in the workplace as well as strengthening the protections surrounding their attributes make them safer. A safe, educated workforce is more likely than not to voice their concerns, opinions or experiences, and can provide an opportunity to address workplace issues. This has positive effects on a company's reputation, business growth, talent attraction, staff retention, and other areas such as brand respect. Employers that are LGBTIQA+-inclusive have outperformed those who aren't. A happy, motivated, and empowered workforce that enjoys coming to work will result in more collaboration, creativity, productivity, and profitability. High quality output comes from happier people in your workplace. A workplace culture that is positive and supportive will lead to greater recognition and reputation.

In an LGBT iq plus inclusive workplace, everybody wins. Here's some things you can do to be more inclusive. To be an ally at work. Reflect on your biases and the language you use, and commit to being inclusive as an individual. Avoid using heteronormative assumptions or language. Educate yourself on the experiences of LGBT iq plus people. Read up and attend professional development or training. Try broadening your social media feeds, streaming shows, or reading books written for buy and about queer identities and lives. celebrate LGBT IQ A plus diversity, be proactive and support programmes and events that celebrate LGBTQIA plus diversity. Speak up if safe to do so. Challenge homophobic language and discriminatory behaviour. Be proactive in learning about best practice policies and processes for LGBTI QA plus inclusion and then advocate for their adoption. Review all marketing materials, social media, and website assets to ensure LGBTI QA plus visibility and inclusive language is used. Provide a welcome culturally safe and accessible workplace with gender neutral facilities such as bathrooms and showers. Display visible signs of being an LGBT IQ A plus inclusive workplace, like symbols and statements of support in an LGBT IQ A plus inclusive workplace. Everybody wins.

Everyone wins in a workplace that is LGBTIQA+-inclusive.

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    Welcome to the LGBTIQA+ Awareness in the Workplace training course. The course has been designed to provide you with an understanding of The LGBTQIA plus community represents people of diverse sexes, gender, and sexualities.

    LGBTIQA+ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer, asexual, and more. And while it might seem confusing at first, it's actually pretty easy to get the hang of.

    After completing this course you will be able to:

    1. a greater awareness of why LGBTIQA+ awareness in the workplace matters 

    2. an understanding of why workplace bullying and harassment is not acceptable and the potential legal implications 

    3. a greater awareness of the groups represented by the LGBTIQA+ acronym and key terminology used  
    4. a better understanding of the difference between sexual orientation, gender identity and sex characteristics, and 

    5. an understanding of the benefits that can be realised in an LGBTIQA+ inclusive workplace. 

    One of the common reasons people make mistakes when it comes to offering support to LGBTQIA plus people is they don't know much about the community, or they're afraid of saying the wrong thing. But those aren't really good enough reasons to stick your head in the sand. With a bit of forethought, you'll be just fine. Ultimately, it isn't really important that you know and understand everything about the different identities that formed the LGBTQIA plus community. But what is important is that you accept that a person's identity is as they describe it, and experience it.

    This acronym or a variant of it is likely to be encountered in your work environment. You're likely to work with or know someone who is a member of this community. The most recent Australian Workplace Equality Index survey, which surveyed almost 45,000 people across many organisations, found that 19% of respondents identified themselves as LGBTIQA+. 61% of those who responded were open to all or most people. Look around your workplace, whether it is an office, a building site, or a workshop. Notice how different people are: their sex and ethnicity, age, dress, beliefs, etc.

    Today's workforce is diverse, it's safe to say. While many companies have made great strides in creating inclusive workplaces for LGBTIQA+ people, there are still many to go. People's attitudes, language, policy, and outright bigotry have been a major factor in the exclusion of LGBTIQA+ people. People can be bullied, excluded, or made fun of by others, such as jokes or remarks. This can have a negative impact on productivity, staff turnover, and mental health. This can also negatively impact a company's reputation and financial performance.

    Employers that promote LGBTIQA+ visibility and strengthen their understanding in the workplace as well as strengthening the protections surrounding their attributes make them safer. A safe, educated workforce is more likely than not to voice their concerns, opinions or experiences, and can provide an opportunity to address workplace issues. This has positive effects on a company's reputation, business growth, talent attraction, staff retention, and other areas such as brand respect. Employers that are LGBTIQA+-inclusive have outperformed those who aren't. A happy, motivated, and empowered workforce that enjoys coming to work will result in more collaboration, creativity, productivity, and profitability. High quality output comes from happier people in your workplace. A workplace culture that is positive and supportive will lead to greater recognition and reputation.

    In an LGBT iq plus inclusive workplace, everybody wins. Here's some things you can do to be more inclusive. To be an ally at work. Reflect on your biases and the language you use, and commit to being inclusive as an individual. Avoid using heteronormative assumptions or language. Educate yourself on the experiences of LGBT iq plus people. Read up and attend professional development or training. Try broadening your social media feeds, streaming shows, or reading books written for buy and about queer identities and lives. celebrate LGBT IQ A plus diversity, be proactive and support programmes and events that celebrate LGBTQIA plus diversity. Speak up if safe to do so. Challenge homophobic language and discriminatory behaviour. Be proactive in learning about best practice policies and processes for LGBTI QA plus inclusion and then advocate for their adoption. Review all marketing materials, social media, and website assets to ensure LGBTI QA plus visibility and inclusive language is used. Provide a welcome culturally safe and accessible workplace with gender neutral facilities such as bathrooms and showers. Display visible signs of being an LGBT IQ A plus inclusive workplace, like symbols and statements of support in an LGBT IQ A plus inclusive workplace. Everybody wins.

    Everyone wins in a workplace that is LGBTIQA+-inclusive.

    Run time 75 minutes.

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        Description

        Welcome to the LGBTIQA+ Awareness in the Workplace training course. The course has been designed to provide you with an understanding of The LGBTQIA plus community represents people of diverse sexes, gender, and sexualities.

        LGBTIQA+ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer, asexual, and more. And while it might seem confusing at first, it's actually pretty easy to get the hang of.

        After completing this course you will be able to:

        1. a greater awareness of why LGBTIQA+ awareness in the workplace matters 

        2. an understanding of why workplace bullying and harassment is not acceptable and the potential legal implications 

        3. a greater awareness of the groups represented by the LGBTIQA+ acronym and key terminology used  
        4. a better understanding of the difference between sexual orientation, gender identity and sex characteristics, and 

        5. an understanding of the benefits that can be realised in an LGBTIQA+ inclusive workplace. 

        One of the common reasons people make mistakes when it comes to offering support to LGBTQIA plus people is they don't know much about the community, or they're afraid of saying the wrong thing. But those aren't really good enough reasons to stick your head in the sand. With a bit of forethought, you'll be just fine. Ultimately, it isn't really important that you know and understand everything about the different identities that formed the LGBTQIA plus community. But what is important is that you accept that a person's identity is as they describe it, and experience it.

        This acronym or a variant of it is likely to be encountered in your work environment. You're likely to work with or know someone who is a member of this community. The most recent Australian Workplace Equality Index survey, which surveyed almost 45,000 people across many organisations, found that 19% of respondents identified themselves as LGBTIQA+. 61% of those who responded were open to all or most people. Look around your workplace, whether it is an office, a building site, or a workshop. Notice how different people are: their sex and ethnicity, age, dress, beliefs, etc.

        Today's workforce is diverse, it's safe to say. While many companies have made great strides in creating inclusive workplaces for LGBTIQA+ people, there are still many to go. People's attitudes, language, policy, and outright bigotry have been a major factor in the exclusion of LGBTIQA+ people. People can be bullied, excluded, or made fun of by others, such as jokes or remarks. This can have a negative impact on productivity, staff turnover, and mental health. This can also negatively impact a company's reputation and financial performance.

        Employers that promote LGBTIQA+ visibility and strengthen their understanding in the workplace as well as strengthening the protections surrounding their attributes make them safer. A safe, educated workforce is more likely than not to voice their concerns, opinions or experiences, and can provide an opportunity to address workplace issues. This has positive effects on a company's reputation, business growth, talent attraction, staff retention, and other areas such as brand respect. Employers that are LGBTIQA+-inclusive have outperformed those who aren't. A happy, motivated, and empowered workforce that enjoys coming to work will result in more collaboration, creativity, productivity, and profitability. High quality output comes from happier people in your workplace. A workplace culture that is positive and supportive will lead to greater recognition and reputation.

        In an LGBT iq plus inclusive workplace, everybody wins. Here's some things you can do to be more inclusive. To be an ally at work. Reflect on your biases and the language you use, and commit to being inclusive as an individual. Avoid using heteronormative assumptions or language. Educate yourself on the experiences of LGBT iq plus people. Read up and attend professional development or training. Try broadening your social media feeds, streaming shows, or reading books written for buy and about queer identities and lives. celebrate LGBT IQ A plus diversity, be proactive and support programmes and events that celebrate LGBTQIA plus diversity. Speak up if safe to do so. Challenge homophobic language and discriminatory behaviour. Be proactive in learning about best practice policies and processes for LGBTI QA plus inclusion and then advocate for their adoption. Review all marketing materials, social media, and website assets to ensure LGBTI QA plus visibility and inclusive language is used. Provide a welcome culturally safe and accessible workplace with gender neutral facilities such as bathrooms and showers. Display visible signs of being an LGBT IQ A plus inclusive workplace, like symbols and statements of support in an LGBT IQ A plus inclusive workplace. Everybody wins.

        Everyone wins in a workplace that is LGBTIQA+-inclusive.

        Run time 75 minutes.

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          LGBTIQA+ Awareness In The Workplace Training

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            Course Highlights:

            • On-demand Training
            • Complete on Any Device
            • Quality Focused
            • Fast Certification
            • Tax Deductable
            • 100% Online
            • 24 Months Unlimited Course Access
            • Self-print Certificate

            “The online course exceeded my expectations. It was convenient, comprehensive, and engaging. The instructors were knowledgeable and supportive. I now feel confident in assisting clients with medications. Highly recommended for healthcare professionals and those interested in medication management.”

            Lucky Y.
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