Research into LGBTQ+ mental health shows that mainstream services do not often meet the specific needs of LGBTQ+ people who, consequently, experience real health inequalities. This same research repeatedly calls for focused training, not just for mental health professionals but for all professionals who provide services to LGBTQ+ people. With this understanding, the Bradford LGBTQ+ Strategic Partnership is looking to employ an enthusiastic, highly motivated trainer to deliver training sessions on the issues faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer + (LGBTQ+) people.
You will work closely with local organisations to implement the Bradford LGBTQ+ Charter and offer consultancy services to create a safer and welcoming environment for both staff and service user.
You will help to develop a pre-existing e-learning training program, and help to deliver it to local private and statutory organisations.
You should have experience of working within third sector organisations and be able to map content relevant to accredited training schemes.
Your role will involve updating existing text-based course content via a suitable learning management system, and sometimes creating original course content and suggesting alterations to images and animations for the course.