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The Queensland Council for LGBTI Health's (QC) Training and Development Program has been providing professional development alongside practical support to health, education and community services in Queensland since 2005. Standard QC training and development professional development packages are available. In addition, organisations can engage the QC training and development team to design and tailor education packages specific to unique workplaces and sector needs. QC continues to develop resources to support organisations to provide LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy responsive and affirming services. QC training and development program also offers guest presentations that cover a range of topics related to LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people and communities experiences.  


QC consultancy service has been operating since 2012. QC consultancy service offers intensive support for organisations seeking to create and maintain diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces for LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy consumers and employees. QC consultancy service also offers support and guidance for organisations working towards the Rainbow Tick LGBTI Accreditation. QC consultancy includes support for organisations in a range of areas, from policies and procedures, affirming practice, marketing, forms and intake procedures, workforce development, staff surveys, reference groups, community engagement and broader organisational culture  

and environmental considerations.  


To discuss your consultancy and training needs, contact our training team members at  


To book training, please complete the form by clicking the button below.

Training & Consultancy

2Spirits Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+SB Affirming Care

2Spirits, in partnership with the Queensland Council for LGBTIQ+ Health, offers training packages for professionals to improve their capability and confidence to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people and communities in clinical, non-clinical and community spaces.

2Spirits also offers consultancy to government and non-government agencies to adopt Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy affirming practices as core elements of frameworks and policies.

Intersectionality presents in many beautiful ways. Join our disabilities experts at QC for a training program tailored for our LGBTIQ+SB communities living with a disability or disabilities. Enhance your skills, network with peers, and contribute to creating inclusive environments. Engage with our training about what LGBTIQ+SB is defined by our communities, what unique health challenges and opportunities our communities have faced and continue to face today, and what it means to explore our internal locus of control. Our training sessions focus on support individuals, allies, and service providers. Guided by community insights and lived experiences, our program is designed to empower and uplift. Don't miss this opportunity to advance health and well-being within our communities.  

Many Genders One Voice, in partnership with the Queensland Council for LGBTI Health, have designed and developed training packages for people and organisations supporting Trans, Gender Diverse and Non-Binary people and communities. Trans, Gender Diverse and Non-Binary, training and education sessions, aim to improve people and organisations' capability and confidence to support Trans, Gender Diverse and Non-Binary people and communities in clinical, non-clinical and community spaces 


All sessions are able to be tailored to best meet the learning outcomes of individual organisations and sector-specific requests.

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

  • LGBTIQ+SB  identities and experiences  

  • The impact of discrimination on LGBTIQ+SB people and communities  

  • LGBTIQ+SB affirming practice  

  • LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy responsive organisations

This package provides 4 comprehensive, full-day sessions and ongoing consultancy carried out over 6 months, coaching up to four 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

Guest speaking requests cover a variety of topics related to LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy people and communities. Guest speaking presentations are often one to two-hour speaking engagements where the requesting person and/or organisation will determine the session objectives and outcomes.

LGBTIQ+SB Inclusive Organisations 

2Spirits Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+SB

Our Disabilities, LGBTIQ+SB Communities & Intersectionality  

Trans, Gender Diverse & Non-­Binary Affirming Workplaces & Practice 

Guest Speaking 

Introduction to LGBTIQ+SB Affirming Practice 

How2 Training (LGBTIQ+SB 101)

Get in touch!

For further information about training and consultancy opportunities and to discuss your specific requirements, contact a member of the Training and Development team at

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