Training

Intercom provides a diverse range of training opportunites which include:

  • bespoke face-to-face training sessions which can be tailored to the needs of organisations
  • an on-line training package about the mental health needs of the LGBT+ communities
  • specialist conferences raising awareness and enhancing knowledge of the social issues and needs of LGBT+ communities
  • consultancy to support the strategic working of services and organisations to ensure equality and fairness in their provision for people who identify as LGBT

Our bespoke face to face, online LGBT+ training and our conferences are all recognised and validated by The CPD Certification Service. So people who participate in any of our training sessions or conferences will receive an accredited Continuing Professional Development certificate and will be able to evidence their learning with the points awarded.

For more information contact Andy on 01392 201012 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

On Monday July 17, Intercom is running a conference for Dorset and Wiltshire on the profiles and needs of gender-conflicted children and young people, and their families, schools, etc. To find out more about the conference and to register, see below.

A range of bespoke LGBT+ training to suit your needs

Why doesn’t your organisation invest in some bespoke training to increase your employees’ knowledge and understanding of the issues and needs of the LGBT+ communities in the South West?

Aiming for Excellence: LGBT+ Mental Healthcare Skills

Our online training course on LGBT+ mental health issues is a unique opportunity for professional development on key issues that affect many members of the general public.

We work with many organisations to enable community consultation, improve their draft policies and strategies, and, above all, to mainstream equality and fairness for LGBT+ people throughout their service-delivery systems.

We run conferences on a regular basis throughout the South West, which cover a range of specialist subjects such as LGBT+ Hate Crime, Mental Health, and Gender Identity.