staff training and webinars from Educate & elebrate
EXAMPLES OF OUR WEBINARS for schools and organisations

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TITLE OF WEBINAR: How to integrate EDI into the whole curriculum: An intersectional approach for nursery, primary and secondary teachers 

TITLE OF WEBINAR: How to welcome trans, non binary and gender diverse people into your school or workplace

TITLE OF WEBINAR: How to create a gender-inclusive environment 

TITLE OF WEBINAR: How to form your PRIDE Youth Network: Leading the youth movement for LGBTQIA+ inclusion

TITLE OF WEBINAR: Getting the language right in the workplace: The essential LGBTQIA+ guide 

TITLE OF WEBINAR: How to build a future of inclusion and social justice: An intersectional approach 

TITLE OF WEBINAR: How to integrate EDI into school or workplace policies, systems and frameworks

TITLE OF WEBINAR: How to integrate LGBTQIA+ content into Relationships and Sex Education and the whole curriculum

TITLE OF WEBINAR: How to successfully communicate with parents regarding Relationships & Sex Education


'Thanks to you for the webinar yesterday. It was brilliant – the expertise and energy were both inspiring and the online format worked really well. It was also great to lift our heads above the day to day realities of lockdown and focus on taking our schools forward positively in the future. I certainly hope that there will be more virtual seminars in the future and would not hesitate to recommend them!'

Read more about our training:

We deliver relaxed and interactive sessions that take participants on the journey to Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) using strategies to bring the whole community on board.

The sessions highlight inclusive language, increase knowledge of legislation, subject knowledge, experience an extensive range of interactive activities and resources, access case studies, successful strategies, links to display materials and a chance to ask questions to our experienced consultants.

The practical training is designed to empower you to lead an EDI initiative within your own school or organisation. You will leave with numerous materials, exemplar policies and resources to support delivery the very next day!

We support all schools at all phases and in all settings including additional needs, pupil referral units, boarding, single-gender, rural, urban, academies and international.

We support all organisations too including businesses and charities.

Key learning points:
  • To develop a deeper understanding of sexual orientation, gender and gender identity, why it is necessary to include these protected characteristics in all activities and what we need to do to ensure their full inclusion and equilibrium with other equality strands
  • Curriculum development in all subject areas and key stages including RSE, PHSE and RE
  • Interrogating heteronormative and cisnormative practices and encouraging an intersectional approach as standard
  • To experience real life examples from our partners through films, exemplar lessons, language, law, expectations, examples of environmental changes and community events.
  • Develop your own action plan: participants are encouraged to identify core areas for interventions
  • Increased subject and LGBT+ knowledge
  • Exploration of quick wins and strategies for long term sustainable change

Data from initial and exit surveys from EDI Staff Training in May 2022 showed :

- 100% increase in confidence to be LGBT+ inclusive in the workplace.
- 100% increase in knowledge of gender identitity and sexual orientation. 
- 100% of attendees were more than satisified with the webinar.
- 100% of attendees will be embedding the strategies they learnt into their
           school or organisation.

CPD training for staff using Webinar with Educate & Celebrate
Cost
  • £400 online whole staff training for a 60 minute session.
    This includes a website and policy consultation.
  • £600 online whole staff training for a 90 minute session.
    This includes a website and policy consultation.
  • £1,000 for a package of three 60 minute session hour webinars spread throughout the academic year or delivered as a whole development day. Plus access to our Premium Resources area for 1 year.

The minimum charge for a webinar is £400.

For bespoke services, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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      ‘I just wanted to say, I really enjoyed the webinars and they've really made a difference in my life and at school’


      'This was fantastic. Thank you so much. The staff were buzzing after it, super happy to receive training tailored to their wants and needs!'



      'The training was absolutely fabulous, the staff were commenting on how thought provoking it was for them so we really appreciate this. Thank you for all support'


      'It was such an eye opener. I feel slightly embarrassed at how sheltered I have been but your session was so helpful and I will absolutely be including all of this into my teaching! Very important to introduce young children to all of this language and to not be sheltered like I was. Thank you'



      'Thank you for this session – I’ve always been quite nervous about addressing the issue in primary school (even though I am very pro-equality) because of the fear of offending religious children. Now however I feel confident in how I address the issue and not be scared away from the issue any more. So thank you!'


      'The webinar was brilliant. Highly informative and helped me to better understand how to utilize inclusive language in a classroom setting. Thank you so much for the phenomenal information and webinar'



      'Thank you, really great session. I think the language is the trickiest part as someone who is in 40s and has seen things come in and out of usage but I feel more positive about language now. I also love the books and songs!'


      'I now know where to go to get the legal and policy obligations and Elly showed us a lot of ways to integrate LGBT+ into schools in general that I hadn't thought of before'