Please share this wonderful fall 2018 professional development opportunity with your staff teams, colleagues and networks. Thank you!
Upcoming September & October! Click link to see where we will be!
Kaeden Seburn and Behc Jax-Lynx are driving across rural Ontario this fall 2018 hosting afternoon workshops designed to train professionals who are working with and supporting children and youth. Kaeden and Behc are Ottawa based trans and non-binary identified public educators who study and facilitate workshops regarding transgender, non-binary and gender diverse history, educational, social and health best practices, as well as youth-led community development. Join THEM for the afternoon as THEY guide you forward in your professional equity goals.
To register or for further information, please contact Kaeden Seburn:
2017 -2018 Past workshops:
OTTAWA AUGUST 16, 2018 – THANK YOU ALL FOR THE WONDERFUL WORKSHOP!
CLOSED- THANK YOU ALL!
OTTAWA Professional Allyship:
Supporting and Affirming Transgender and Non-Binary Clients and Employees under Bill C-16, Level I
Please register for the workshop through Eventbrite.
Building through Education & Community Knowledge – B.E.C.K. is offering a full day, 10am – 5pm, OTTAWA workshop on Thursday August 16 which will uniquely guide and build upon your organizational mission, vision and values. Behc Jax-Lynx and Cara Tierney will help you move forward in your professional equity goals as you support transgender and non-binary clients, patrons, service users and employees. THEY specialize in transgender and non-binary history, art, human rights policies, guidelines, research, care and community.
Each participant will leave the training with a Level I certificate from Building through Education and Community Knowledge – B.E.C.K.
Level II will be offered in the fall/winter 2018.
Key Learning Objectives: Understanding Gender Identity and Gender Expression within your organization
- Professional allyship using Bill C-16 and the Ontario Human Rights Code
- Awareness expanding beyond the medical framework of transgender identities and lives
- Affirming care models for children, youth and adults (pronouns, names, gender markers, washrooms, sports)
- Understanding social transitioning and gender fluidity within a positive framework
- Integrating community and social networking supports into service provision plans
*Please bring your questions and any organizational or administrative forms you would like to review
Date: Thursday August 16, 2018
Workshop: 10am – 5pm
Location: TBA within Ottawa, Ontario *our registration numbers will determine our space rental
Cost: $150.00 (HST included) sliding scale may be available upon request to firstname.lastname@example.org
(A portion of the workshop cost is donated back to support non-binary and gender diverse youth programming and subsidizes rural school based workshops)
Food: Nutritional breaks and light lunch will be provided.
We acknowledge, affirm and witness that we are settlers on unceded algonquin territory. Our workshops, presentations and events take place on land that we reside on as visitors, guests and settlers. We thank you for allowing us to be guests on your land. Thank you.
Holding our trans and gender diverse communities in thought – we send love, care, honor and pay respect to those who came before us, to those who are not with us today and to those who will follow us into the future. It is our gender diverse beings who have set up the road map, guidance and grounding which enables B.E.C.K. to be able to work and speak in public spaces. We thank you.
For further information, please contact Building through Education and Community Knowledge B.E.C.K.
Behc Jax-Lynx email@example.com 613-818-0443
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January – March 2018
Speaking Tour with Cara Tierney & Behc Jax-Lynx
Sneak preview interview from Almonte! Small Town Discoveries @ Almonte Old Town Hall.
We are a dynamic duo dedicated to the de-stigmatization of transgender individuals, best practices, gender affirmation, human rights policy (C-16) and equity for universal gender diversity.
We go beyond the basic definitions of transgender, non-binary, gender fluid, gender non-conforming and present a beautiful and expansive understanding of health, well-being, history, art, creativity, allyship, expression and the current human rights legislation Bill C-16. Our backgrounds include art, history, social work, activism, anti-oppression work, education, performance, high fives and … humour.
We are offering creative and interactive afternoon professional development workshops as well as evening parent/community-based workshops designed to foster constructive, affirmative and forward-thinking dialogues on how we can make space for everyone.
Public Speaking for May & June will be posted in April !
THANK YOU! RENFREW Public Library, Thurs. Feb. 22
THANK YOU! ARNPRIOR Public Library, Thurs. Feb. 15
THANK YOU! Perth Union Public Library, Thurs. Feb. 1
THANK YOU! Almonte Public Library, Thurs. Jan. 11
THANK YOU! Ottawa Private Booking, Wed. Jan. 17
THANK YOU! Geraldine’s Gallery, Mon. Jan. 29
THANK YOU! Pembroke Public Library, Tues. Jan. 30
Behc Jax-Lynx, booking@ behcjaxlynx.ca 613-818-0443
Cara Tierney, firstname.lastname@example.org
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