Check out our January TOT instead!
Training of Trainers:
November 1-3, 2017 in Philadelphia, PA
Led by Dr. Eli R. Green
“Even though I have discussed these topics in various other settings, the skills practiced within this training have significantly increased my confidence in training others on transgender-related topics.”
– November 2016 TOT Participant
Are you a trainer who is looking to:
- Incorporate transgender topics into your current work?
- Expand your transgender expertise?
- Hone your training skills on transgender topics?
- Receive detailed guidance on best practices in teaching transgender content?
- Finesse your responses to FAQs?
- Better manage resistant participants?
- Utilize the best teaching methods to match your goals?
Dr. Eli R Green, TTI founder and co-author of the award winning The Teaching Transgender Toolkit: A Facilitator’s Guide to Increasing Knowledge, Decreasing Privilege and Building Skills will be leading a specialized Training of Trainers (TOTs) for trainers who would like to increase their success with teaching transgender topics. Participants will receive training in the current best practices in teaching transgender content, have opportunities to practice teaching, and will receive customized guidance to support implementation. Our trainings draw participants from all over the United States, and a wide variety of implementation settings, including: K-12 schools, diversity trainings, colleges and universities, public health organizations, direct service and community based organizations, and corporate environments. As a part of this TOT, you will have an opportunity to network with and learn from other trainers who are doing similar work, while expanding your knowledge and skills in a transgender affirming learning environment.
Registration costs for the 3-day training include a copy of The Teaching Transgender Toolkit, lunch from local businesses on each of the 3 training days, and a contribution to the scholarship fund to help support individuals who would not otherwise be able to attend the training. The cost of attendance is $600 for individuals who are paying independent of an organization, and $750 for individuals who are having their costs reimbursed or covered by an organization. Payment can be made through Paypal. If you need an invoice or would prefer to send a check, please email us and we will get that right over to you. Once you have completed your payment, you will be directed to a participant survey to finalize your attendance.
A limited number of scholarships are available for those who need financial support to attend. Priority will be given to trainers who are: transgender, people of color, from under represented/high need areas, have loved ones who are transgender, and/or do not have sponsorship from an organization to attend. Please click here for the scholarship application. We are still accepting scholarship applications for the Nov 1-3 session, so please consider applying today!
The TOT will be held at The Cedar Works, in West Philadelphia, and each training day will run from 10 AM – 6 PM. Lunch from local businesses will be provided each day. If you are in need of accommodations, the nearest options are:
- The Homewood Suites, by Hilton
- The Inn at Penn, by Hilton
- The University City Sheraton
- AirBNB (search for zip code 19143)
- Room shares with other participants may also be an option (email us for more information)
Limited to 13 Participants – Early Registration is recommended, as these do sell out quickly! In order to get the most out of this TOT, all attendees should have some experience as a trainer/facilitator, and a strong foundational understanding of transgender identities/experiences.
“I cannot say enough about how positive and wonderful this workshop experience was. I learned so much and was surrounded by so many caring kindred spirits. Thank you Dr. Eli R Green!”
“Thank you for such a brilliant training. I wish I had better words to describe how meaningful the past three days have been. I learned more this week about how to be a better trainer of adults than I have from any other training.”
This program meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and has been approved for 21 CE credits. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification. (Core Knowledge Areas: C, D, N, O & SE1, SE2, SE3, SE4, SE5).