TTI hosts a series of 101 and Beyond webinars using a Pay What You Can model. We understand that especially with COVID that finances are tight, and that there is not a really a price that works well for most. So instead, we ask folks to pay what you can – no questions asked. We provide recommended ranges and minimums to help guide your decision.
Scroll through our current webinar offerings below.
In rising conversations of inclusion, many people are doing important work to ensure trans representation and empowerment. That said, conversations about non-binary individuals are far less common and the resulting ignorance contributes to a hostile world for our non-binary peers. Knowledge is critical in creating a world that is affirming. This 30 minute mini-webinar helps those who are new to non-binary identities understand the basics to help get you started. Maybe provides a brief overview of terminology, cultural context, and best practices to ensure non-binary people are being respected and valued.
He. She. They? Ze? Not sure what all these pronouns mean? Grammar lessons a bit hazy? If you are nervous about messing up and offending someone or are confused about how to use gender neutral pronouns, we are here to help!
Spend 30 mins with Maybe Burke to gain clarity. From the history behind neopronouns to practicing and utilizing affirming pronouns in sentences, this webinar will clear up common confusions and questions about pronouns and their usage.
In order to do our best work, we all need to feel safe, respected, and appreciated. For the 1.4+ million adults in the United States who identify as transgender or non-binary, the workplace often comes with some additional challenges in feeling safe, respected and appreciated. In order to provide a workplace where transgender and non-binary people can do their best work, it is crucial that employers and colleagues work together to create an environment where these individuals can thrive. This one-hour interactive presentation is designed to help human resources professionals increase their baseline knowledge and awareness of the common challenges that individuals face in the workplace and be better prepared to implement trans-affirming-related policies.
For many individuals, medical settings are a place where they go for support and care regarding their health. However, medical settings are often highly triggering and even sometimes traumatizing for transgender and non-binary people, especially during times of health crisis. Studies have shown that 50% of transgender and non-binary patients have to provide on the spot “Trans 101” education for their providers in order to receive appropriate medical care while 28% of transgender and non-binary individuals postpone care due to experiences of discrimination in medical settings, and 19% of transgender and non-binary patients have been refused medical care because they are transgender (Grant, et al, 2015). Want to make sure that your offices, providers, and staff are creating a safe, unbiased place where transgender and non-binary people can access affirming care? During this session, we will briefly review critical language, barriers to accessing care, and strategies to help support and affirm transgender patients. This webinar provides strategies focused on removing barriers throughout the care process–from making the appointment to follow-up care.