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Transgender Awareness for Work and Life

A powerful and thought provoking course that will teach you what it means to be a transgender individual & how you can support transgender friends and colleagues.

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Course Highlights

  • Includes 17 lectures, 1 hour of video content, supplementary handouts and quizzes to test yourself.
  • Gain an understanding of what binary gender transitioning involves
  • Understand some of the challenges that transgender people face both at work and in society
  • Learn key transgender terminology and look at aspects of gender transitioning, such as gender affirmation surgery and other common surgical procedures
  • Suitable for anyone who wants to improve their understanding of what it means to be transgender and how best to support transgender staff and colleagues

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Transgender Awareness for Work and Life
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Course Facts

Lectures17
LanguageEnglish
Course requirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course.
AccessUnlimited

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This course provides you with a comprehensive insight into the inspiring journey of transgender consultant Rachel Reese. It takes you through her transition from male to female and explores key aspects of what it means to be transgender today. It utilises a powerful personal perspective to examinine the issues that transgender people can face both in their personal and professional lives and transgender terminology and transitioning.

The course teacher, Rachel tells her personal story, starting with her early childhood and taking us through her years in education and her professional career, to her exploration of her trans identity and her eventual transition. Rachel sets out the guidelines for employers on creating a trans-friendly workplace, referencing her own experience.

This course is suitable for anyone who wants to improve their understanding of what it means to be transgender and how best to support trans staff and colleagues. It will help you to become more trans-aware and gain an understanding of what a binary gender transition involves. You will understand some of the challenges that transgender people face both at work and in society