Training provided by NRH

Many people find generic diversity training frustrating. When it tries to cover all the "diversity strands", it often fails to cover any satisfactorily .. and in our experience one strand which generally suffers more than most is sexual orientation. NRH can provide training on sexual orientation issues which is up-to-date, waffle-free, locally relevant, involving and fun. Having access to the resources of Nottinghamshire's Rainbow Heritage makes our training unique.

Where possible, training is delivered in half day or full day sessions and will feature some of the following elements:

  • Getting familiar with what the "words" mean .. and which words not to use
  • Homophobia, biphobia, transphobia: what it is. its frequency and the effects it has
  • Homophobia, biphobia, transphobia in a wider context of general prejudice against minorities
  • Myths and stereotypes
  • Negative laws and recent positive changes in the law. Your responsibilities under the Equality Act. Some legal case studies.
  • Coming out: what it means; what it's like to be "stuck in the closet" and what happens when you come out
  • Contentious issues ("The Bible says it's wrong" etc)
  • Supporting victims of LGBT hate crimes; why these crimes are

    • under-reported and how reporting can be encouraged
      • Supporting the needs of older LGB+T people
      • Same sex domestic abuse/Male rape
      • Providing support for LGB+T young people and students in our education system
      • Local resources and support systems
      • Making your organisation LGB+T friendly, including best practice in

        • demographic monitoring, including sexual orientation

          Some of the above is illustrated with historical examples which are a more or less even mixture of the horrific and the hilarious.

          We use presentations, a lot of small group work, DVDs, audio recordings of people talking about their experiences and whole group discussions. We provide participants with an information pack.

          At the moment, training which relates to LGBT hate crime can be provided free through sponsorship by the Police and Crime Commissioner. This also includes how it relates to specific groups of people such as young people experiencing bullying because of their sexual orientation. It is available to organisations which can provide a venue and gather at least 8 people to take part.

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As well as sessions organised by ourselves for a wide audience, we have provided specific training or presentations for:

Trent University Dept of Social Work (5)
Trent University Dept of Criminology (3)
Nottinghamshire Police (8)
Nottinghamshire Connexions (10)
Nottingham Children's Services
University of Nottingham Dept of Social Work (7)
Nottingham City Council (5)
Nottinghamshire County Council
North Notts LGB Development Group (4)
North Notts College
West Bridgford School (2)
Farnborough Academy
Fosterplus
Tuxford Academy
Bluecoat Academy
Confetti College
Grantham College
Bilborough College (2)
Nottingham CVS
Newark and Sherwood Council
Broxtowe District Council
Rushcliffe District Council
County Council LGBT Network
East Midlands Open University
Waterloo Housing (Leicester) (4)
Sherwood Pines
Nottinghamshire Hate Crime Steering Group
Bright Ideas
Remedi - Restorative Justice
Nottinghamshire Probation Service
London Metropolitan Archives
Bassetlaw CVS
Rushcliffe CVS
Bassetlaw Community Safety Partnership
Nottingham Crown Prosecution Service (4)
Leicester Crown Prosecution Service
Manchester LGBT History Festival
Ashfield Homes (4)
Hatzfield House Care Home (4)
Baily House Care Home (2)
Woodleigh Care Home (2)
Let's Build (2)
Opportunity (3)
Base 51
Highbury Hospital
Nottingham Rape Crisis
Victim Support (3)
Nottinghamshire Registration Service
Prostitute Outreach Workers (2)
Framework
Communities Inc
The Land Registry
Something about us (2)
Whatton Prison (2)
Positive Futures
Rhubarb Farm
Centre Place (2)
Nottingham Citizens' Advice Bureau
Nottingham City Homes (3)
A1 Housing
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust (4)
Nottinghamshire Councillors
Equation/Women's Aid
Leicester LGBT Centre
RMT LGBT Network
Care Quality Commission
Age UK Nottinghamshire
New Roots Housing
Huthwaite Children's Centre (2)
Healthwatch (2)
Thomson-Reuters
Witness Service
County Council Youth Workers
CAS Behavioural Health
Nottinghamshire Women's Aid
Belper Golden Rainbows
Victim Care
Department of Work & Pensions

organisations trained
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Interesting & informative – good to know about Section 46. Thanks for a thoroughly interesting and useful talk which will really help us in our support of witnesses. Brilliant course, very well done, thoroughly enjoyed it – have learnt so much, very interesting. Excellent presentation, very thought provoking. Very good, well presented, would have liked it to be longer. Found it enlightening and informative. Fabulous training, enjoyable and thought provoking. Excellent overview of LGBT issue, how the law has changed over time – thank you. What a fantastic training session – so informative – I have learnt so much; your presentation is superb, very engaging. Very enlightening and thought provoking – good presenter who kept the interest going – could listen all day, thank you. I found this very enlightening, this presentation was definitely very useful – thank you. Inspiring and informative, really well presented. I learned agreat deal and have a lot to think about – thank you. Excellent opportunity to reflect on the issues and the need to consider our approach to all users. Absolutely fantastic, lots of detail, shocking facts, very relevant information, thorough and very enjoyable. I have learned so much, so informative and challenging, the LGBT training should be compulsory.

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