Consulting, Education & Training

Public Workshops & Appearances

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Inclusive Leadership Series – Unconscious Bias: A Deeper Dive
Mar
12
7:00 AM07:00

Inclusive Leadership Series – Unconscious Bias: A Deeper Dive

Lyndon Cudlitz: Consulting, Education & Training will provide opening remarks. 

The session will be presented by Doug Freeman, CEO of Virtcom Consulting, a nationally recognized expert in Diversity and Inclusion Business Consulting. This workshop was developed to assist work teams – including executives, managers, supervisors, team contributors and human resource professionals – that are moving beyond a compliance-based approach to diversity to one that drives measurable ROI.

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Enhancing Workplaces to Attract & Retain Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Employees
Nov
29
8:30 AM08:30

Enhancing Workplaces to Attract & Retain Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Employees

This interactive training is designed to assist leadership, management, and HR professionals in creating businesses and organizations that support the needs of LGBTQ employees and job-seekers. Whether your agency has struggled with issues of workplace discrimination or wants to prevent litigation, whether you have a transgender employee seeking support or you want to proactively prepare for new LGBT hires – this training will increase your understanding of the many barriers LGBT employees face and how to address them.

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TRANSitioning Your Practice: Enhancing Services for Transgender Individuals
Jun
1
9:00 AM09:00

TRANSitioning Your Practice: Enhancing Services for Transgender Individuals

This dynamic training offers social workers an in-depth opportunity to enhance their understanding of the identities, experiences and needs of transgender individuals. Attendees will explore common life stressors, barriers to care, and how to meet the service needs of trans individuals, while also challenging social & political gender-based oppression. The training will address the roles of social workers in the potential medical and legal transition needs of clients. A portion of this training (presented by Parker Reid and Darren Cosgrove, LMSW, PhD candidate) will highlight micro & macro work with non-binary young people and share promising practices based upon a pilot study. 
 

Click here to register through the SUNY-Albany School of Social Welfare.
Cost: $140 (Limited scholarships available for students and new social workers. Please email sswceu@albany.edu for more information.)

Current UAlbany Field Instructors receive a 50% discount on the cost of CE hours. 
7.5 CE hours. Approved for NYS Social Workers & NYS Licensed Mental Health Counselors. 

 

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