Undivided Training and Consultancy

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Sarah Maslen, founder of Undivided, spent 13 years (up until July 2020) working in a State Boarding School. In 2014 she became acutely aware of the homophobia, biphobia and transphobia within the school she worked in and also in other academic settings. Not only was this having a worrying impact on the pupils but she herself felt unsafe to “come out” in the environment; and she was not alone. Consequently, Undivided was born! Originally Sarah attended training and spoke with pupils and teachers in the area. From this consultation she built a library of resources aimed at the education sector. This included assemblies, lesson plans, policy guidance, staff training and more and over the years this has been adapted, updated and has grown substantially.

Undivided grew rapidly, delivering this much needed content to schools, however the need for further provision across other sectors become palpable. This led to Sarah speaking at and leading conferences for anyone who worked with young people whilst also setting up direct support for LGBTQ+ Young People themselves. This provision of support included groups within schools but one of her highlights was being responsible for a Youth Ambassadors Conference which connected and empowered young people from across Surrey (where she was based at the time). In 2020 Sarah moved home to Wales with her children and due to the pandemic and relocation Undivided took a back seat until 2021 when she started to promote it again and delivered several training sessions in Carmarthenshire, Swansea, Cowbridge, Pembrokeshire and beyond!

Utilising a holistic approach, Undivided offers bespoke packages surrounding LGBTQIA+ inclusion which is no longer only for those who work with young people. Undivided has now led training sessions for businesses, organisations, cooperates and everything in between. Training and Consultancy can comprise of:

  • Interactive Awareness training covering all LGBTQIA+ diversities incorporating methodologies to improve the welfare of LGBTQIA+ young people and the wider community. This can be adapted for parents, pupils and staff/professionals.
  • Policy Guidance – including a comprehensive toolkit for Trans+ inclusion.
  • Advice for individual cases and circumstances.
  • Assembly and Lesson Plans (which she can deliver).
  • Support in setting up inclusion and diversity student groups.
  • Plus more! The reality is that Undivided will adapt and expand to fit any need and requirement within the realms of possibility.

Services provided for

  1. Ace Spectrum Communities
  2. All LGBT+ Communities
  3. Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnicities
  4. Intersex/Variations in Sex Characteristics (VSC)
  5. Men
  6. Non-UK Residents
  7. People of Faith
  8. People over 50
  9. People with disabilities
  10. Women
  11. Young People

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  1. Advice/Information
  2. Advocacy
  3. Campaigning/Activism
  4. Education
  5. Equal Opportunities/Discrimination
  6. Events
  7. Faith
  8. Gender
  9. Policy/Representation
  10. Resource Library
  11. Training

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