TRAINING

LGBT+

AWARENESS TRAINING

Clock, Inc strives to advance the community and advocate for the well-being of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, (LGBTQ+) individuals in the Quad City area. Clock, Inc provides educational training to help strengthen the knowledge about the individuals identifying in this community. Our training is intended to be judgment-free and supportive spaces. 

Generally, these training last 1-2 hours with 1 facilitator and volunteers. 

Our training is able to be customized depending on the requested needs of the organization. Clock, Inc provides regular training to mental health providers, government agencies, hospitals, law enforcement agencies, schools and administrators, parents/friends/allies about the dire needs facing LGBT+ individuals. Our training is available to any individual, group, or organization interested in issues of discrimination, safety, awareness, and advocacy. 

TRANSGENDER

AWARENESS TRAINING

Clock, Inc strives to advance the community and advocate for the well-being of the transgender community to individuals in the Quad City area.

Clock, Inc provides educational training to help strengthen the knowledge about the individuals identifying in this community. Our training is intended to be judgment-free and supportive spaces. 

Generally, these training last 1-2 hours with 1 facilitator and volunteers. 

Our training is able to be customized depending on the requested needs of the organization. Clock, Inc provides regular training to mental health providers, government agencies, hospitals, law enforcement agencies, schools and administrators, parents/friends/allies about the dire needs facing Transgender individuals. Our training is available to any individual, group, or organization interested in issues of discrimination, safety, awareness, and advocacy. 

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REQUEST A TRAINING

Our training raises awareness and educates those on the issues that directly impact LGBT+ individuals. We visit schools, organizations, and other meeting places in the Quad City area sharing personal stories, and provides time to ask questions in a safe space and have a real, honest conversation about LGBT+ issues. Training may cover, but not limited to topics listed below: ​

  • Advance Equity & Inclusion for Transgender & Gender Nonconforming People

  • Broad understanding of LGBT+ issues

  • Personal struggles

  • Increase Access to Affirming Mental Health Services

 

*All individuals will receive a certificate of training with Clock, Inc.

Cost: Our mission is to promote LGBT+ awareness to others, the fees per training depend on the number of individuals attending. 

1-30 Individuals = $300

31-50 Individuals = $400

51-100 Individuals = $500

101-150 Individuals = $600

151 - 200 Individuals = $700

200+ Individuals = $800

Your fee will continue to support Clock, Inc to allow us to continue offering services to the Quad Cities area. 

TRAINING REVIEWS

"Thank you for the work you are doing in our community."

Trish B. / American Red Cross

"I appreciate these trainings! Also, you are doing great things, and the community thanks you!"

Ashlyn W. / Life Connections

"I learned a lot more than I was expecting, so thank you!"

Brent S. / Family Resources

"Thank you for the trainings! I've learned a lot and thanks for the work you are doing in the community!"

Katie Z. / Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley

"Thank you for the great information and sharing your story!"

Anna C. / Child Abuse Council

"This was very enlightening for me and gave me much to consider for improvements in our processes. I look forward to participating in more training that can help improve the services that I provide for my employees and clients." 

Angela D. / Arrowhead

Lead(h)er and Clock Inc. both serve our community to increase equity and justice for all. The LGBT+ Basics training was a perfect way to offer relatable and intentional education for Strike a Match mentees and mentors. These skills allow for women to be more successful in a diverse and changing world. We look forward to growing this collaboration!

Megan H. / Lead(h)er

Chase presents very humbly, genuinely, confidently, and has very good humor.

Leah B. / Transitions Mental Health

Chase's openness in talking about his own story. that's unexpected, very special and, I think, can be transformative for people who want to grow their allyship and advocacy

Kiki K. /  Augustana College

"Our organization needed the information to better serve others."

Brett V. /  Top of The World Ranch

"I hope more business in our community invite Chase to educate organizations!"

Jennifer M. /  TBK Bank

"Great job! This type of education for the community is key!"

Kevin G. /  TBK Bank

"I learned about Clock & the services & programs they offered, learned about the different flags, being able to get a general understanding of the LGBT+ community. Learned the difference between gender vs. sex, how to be a better Ally, and how to have these types of conversations."

Eastern Iowa Community College

"I appreciate how to open Chase is. He explained everything in a way that anyone, Ally or not, could understand and respect."

Community Health Care - Edgerton Clinic

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