Training for Companies & Employers
We know that creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture at work is vital to many businesses, not just because it’s right but also because it makes business sense!
More open, diverse, and equal workplaces have happier and more productive teams leading to greater profits.
With research telling us that 62% of ‘out’ graduates go back into the closet when they take up their first job, companies have more to do to create open and inclusive cultures. Our training and workshops can help you to achieve these objectives.
Learn more about our Workshops and Training
All workshops and training are available remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic. On the pages below, you’ll find overviews of our seminars and training. If you have a specific need or training topic in mind, we would be happy to discuss how we can support you with this.
- eLearning Course – LGBT+ Inclusive Workplaces
- LGBTI+ 101 Workshop
- Trans Inclusion Workshop
- Human Resources Workshop
- LGBTI+ Champions Training
Why choose BeLonG To?
Our LGBTI+ training experience goes back over two decades, and we’ve written the book on growing up LGBTI+ in Ireland. Our professional staff team has contributed to the significant research studies in LGBTI+ identity in Ireland. All of our training is created in partnership with LGBTI+ people, ensuring it reflects their lived reality.
Our workshops use a mix of formal and non-formal educational techniques ensuring the content is accessible to the broadest possible audience. Active participation is the hallmark of our training philosophy, and participants are engaged in an interactive learning session where questions, storytelling, and engagement are encouraged.
By choosing the leading Charity working for the health, safety, and equality of LGBTI+ people in Ireland to provide your training, you support the community directly rather than giving profits to private enterprise.
Your donations made in place of us charging for training go straight into our support services and anti-discrimination campaigns, improving the lives of thousands of LGBTI+ people across Ireland each year.
Previous Clients Include
Arthur Cox, AIB, EY, Vodafone, Qualtrics, Core, Bank of Ireland, Irish Life, Twitter, ESB, Aviva Ireland, Sprout Social, Takeda, and New Relic among others.
Sara Benson – People Operations Representative – New Relic Inc
Francis Coll, Chief Risk Officer of New Ireland Assurance, Bank of Ireland Group
Kathy Kavanagh, Internal Communications Manager, Aviva Ireland