Online Training

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.

This positive, interactive, and challenging course empowers mental health practitioners and providers to aim for true inclusivity, providing you with a toolkit of skills covering key facts from the basics to specialist topics.

"Aiming for Excellence: LGBT+ Mental Healthcare Skills" is available to anyone who wishes to improve their skills and knowledge.  The course is certificated and is a one off subscription for one user for 6 months, at a cost of £45.00.

If you'd like to buy 3 or more licenses, please get in touch and let us know your requirements.


Our online LGBT+ training is recognised and validated by The CPD Certification Service. So people who participate in this training will receive an accredited Continuing Professional Development certificate and will be able to evidence their learning with the points awarded.



How to register and start the course

Go to Intercom's dedicated online training site, Click on "Let's get started", and then on "Enrol now".

 Some feedback from participants

"The course is superb and extremely useful."

"The case studies made me think in more depth about some of the complexities faced by some within the LGBT+ communities."

"It seems to me that so many sectors could and should benefit from this knowledge, e.g. The Police and all other emergency services, Schools, Social Care, etc."

In fact we're already looking at writing similar packages for some of these, so get in touch if you're interested! — Michael

"It's a very valuable resource for those who need insight into supporting and working with LGBT+ people. Well done and thank you for creating the course!"

"I’ve learned: (1) greater confidence in my approach in the use of appropriate and supportive language; (2) better understanding of the possible links with mental health issues; (3) clarity in respect of legal positions."

"I guess I thought that as I have had many LGBT+ friends I was 'aware'. I wasn't, but I will be now. Many thanks."