• Free

    FreeTrans Awareness Part 1: The Basics

    To take this course, we strongly recommend you take Part 1 in the Trans Awareness Training Series, or have relevant experience.
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Improve your skill-set in supporting gender-diverse clients. This is the second of two webinars on trans awareness that provide a foundation of knowledge to work better with trans and non-binary peoples and communities.

Both webinars feature people with lived experience sharing their knowledge and stories.

Each webinar uses a combination of videos, discussions, and games. Hear stories, understand research, and gain practical tools.

The content of this webinar series and its external links were current as of June 2019.

What you will learn

Takes the conversation further with an in-depth look at issues affecting how and why trans and non-binary people access, or do not access services.


  • Understand the social determinants of health for trans/non-binary people by examining provincial data on mental health, substance use, and HIV risks
  • Develop strategies to reduce barriers to services
  • Learn what equipment resources are needed to make your harm reduction services more inclusive


What you need to know, at a glance.

  • Time Commitment

    2 hours

  • Date Created


  • Course Type

    Webinar Replay

  • Recognition

    A Certificate of Completion is available when you complete the course requirements.

  • Course Requirements

    Complete all lessons
    Watch the full video
    Complete the feedback survey

  • Notes

    The content is top-notch, but the recording quality is poor. We are working to improve the captions .

Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Sources, Resources, and Downloads

    • Webinar Replay

    • Feedback Survey - Trans Awareness: The Beyond


  • Celestina Madry

    Drug Culture Consultant, Ontario Harm Reduction Network

  • Francisco CC Sapp

    At the time of this webinar, Francisco was the Co-Director of the Ontario Harm Reduction Network. He is now Program Director at San Mateo County Pride Center.