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The Brunswick Centre has a history of providing training across sectors and services.

We have knowledge, expertise, and experience on a variety of topics, including LGBT young people, HIV (including stigma, living with and supporting people with HIV, transmission and prevention), drug use in a sexualised context (Chemsex) and benefits and welfare rights.

We have an established wellbeing service supporting people to self-care and manage long-term conditions, so we possess the skills and expertise to offer workplace support so you, your colleagues and clients/patients can better manage stress.

What We Can Offer You:

  • Briefings;
  • Basic awareness sessions;
  • Information around our work and services; and
  • Bespoke in-depth sessions to meet your specific requirements.

Briefings, basic awareness sessions and information around our work and services typically last an hour and we can provide these at no cost. Bespoke packages are offered at a cost to suit your needs and your budget.

For more information please see our training brochure here

Faded Rainbow – understanding the mental health needs of LGBT Young People

The training aims to give practitioners an understanding of the issues faced by LGBT young people and the impact this can have on their emotional wellbeing. Participants will have a better understanding of the needs of LGBT Young People and how to better engage with them making their service more welcoming and inclusive.

The training is for anyone working with or likely to be working with and providing services to LGBT young people including Social Workers, Family Support Workers, School Staff, Care Home Staff, Community Workers and Volunteers

We can deliver the training in-person face to face or via an online platform such as Microsoft Teams or Zoom, subject to Covid-19 health and safety.

Contact us for more information and detail on costs.