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Rainbow Pride @ Work Training and Consultancy

The Queensland Council for LGBTI Health’s (QC) Training and Development Program ‘Rainbow Pride @ Work’ has been providing practical support to health and community services to build an open and inclusive rapport with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Sistergirl and Brotherboy clients in QLD since 2005.

QC has also been offering a consultancy service since 2012 to support organisations to become Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Sistergirl and Brotherboy inclusive not only for their clients but also their employees. This consultancy service includes intensive support for organisations working towards the Rainbow Tick LGBTI accreditation.


LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy cultural awareness training has been delivered to over 2500 service providers across many sectors over the years, and QC continues to develop resources to support organisations to provide LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy inclusive services. Guest presentation of between 1-2 hours cover a range of topics related to LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people and their health.

LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy consultancy includes support for an organisation in a range of areas, from policies and procedures, to practice, marketing, forms and intake procedures, workforce development, staff surveys and reference groups, community engagement and consultations and the organisational culture and environment. Consultancy is offered at an hourly rate with discounts for block bookings.

To discuss your consultancy and training needs please contact the training program at

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Silver Rainbow Training


Historically, LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people have a shared experience of discrimination and prejudice. Many LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy elders have experienced violence, isolation, and stigma throughout their lives. These elders often do not disclose their identities or histories to services and can remain invisible in the aged care sector and broader community.

The Silver Rainbow LGBTI Aged Care Awareness Training Project is managed by the LGBTIQ+ Health Australia and is being delivered collaboratively with project partners across every state and territory in Australia. It is funded by the Department of Health. 

Silver Rainbow training will support your organisation to work towards meeting the new priorities under the National Aged Care Diversity Framework.  The 4 hr sessions will support aged care services and their staff to understand the needs of LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy elders, the experiences they have had to date and how they can change those experiences by becoming LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy inclusive in their practice. Participants will be provided with refreshments, a workbook and a certificate on completion of the training.

How2 Training

The intensive LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy inclusivity support offered through the How2/Val’s café project provides 4 comprehensive, half day sessions and ongoing consultancy carried out over a year, coaching a minimum of two key personnel from each service as change facilitators within their organisation.

Participants gain insight-through engagement with a range of useful skills, strategies and resources into how to create an inclusive organisation for LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people including clients and staff as well as assisting organisations to gather evidence towards applications for the ‘Rainbow Tick”, gold standard evidence of genuine LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy inclusion. Content includes the six standards of the Rainbow Tick:

  •       Organisational capability

  •       Cultural Safety

  •       Professional Development

  •       Consumer Consultation

  •       Disclosure and Documentation

  •       Access and Intake Procedures

Basic LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy Cultural Awareness Training

This half day training session will provide participants with information on:

  • Sexuality, gender identity, intersex status, and the impact of discrimination on LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people.

  • Social pressures that affect LGBTIQ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people and the impact they have on their health.

These sessions are available for a variety of sectors including:

  •       Youth

  •       Seniors

  •       Families

  •       Domestic Violence

  •       Mental health

  •       Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD)

  •       Homelessness

  •       Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

  •      Alcohol and other drugs (AOD)

  •      Disability

Guest Speaking and Consultancy

These presentations go for one to two hours with a range of topics that each go for 30mins.

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