Indigenous gender diversity: creating culturally relevant and gender-affirming services

A foundational course to help learners increase awareness, knowledge, and skills for improving access to services for gender diverse Indigenous people across BC.

Content development for this course has been led by and made in collaboration with various gender diverse Indigenous, Two-Spirit, and Indigenous community members, providers, and artists.

Acknowledgments are found within the course.

For people working in health care, mental health, and social service settings.

3 hours

NOTE: Due to LearningHub LMS system's provincial parameters, this course will become limited to individuals within British Columbia within the coming month. If you find you are unable to register for the course, Trans Care BC is offering long term and short term options:

Long term option:
Trans Care BC will be launching the course on another LMS in late January, 2024 to address national access. For updates please check here or on the Trans Care BC online courses page.

Short term option:
We are temporarily providing a one-click access link to the course. However, you will need to inform Trans Care BC when you’ve completed this course in order to receive a completion certificate. Please provide:

  1. the first & last name you require on your completion certificate
  2. the name of the course you completed
  3. let us know you completed the one-click access version


You can access the one-click access course here:
One-click access:


This course relies heavily on audio & video media files, therefore, accessing this course through a fast & reliable internet connection is highly encouraged.

Recommended prerequisites:

If you are new to learning about improving health care access for Indigenous people, we highly encourage you to take the San'yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training Program.

If you are new to learning about improving health care access for gender diverse people, consider taking Intro to Gender Diversity - Expanded.

Scope of training:

This is a short foundational course, and therefore, it is not a comprehensive source of information on understanding all experiences, barriers to care, and care needs of gender diverse Indigenous people across British Columbia or beyond.

Further learnings:

Trans Care BC encourages everyone to continue learning about Indigenous gender diversity and the broader scope of Two-Spirit cultures, identities, and roles in various Indigenous Nations. Sources for further learnings are offered in the course summary, as well as on Trans Care BC's webpage on Two-Spirit.



Your feedback is always welcomed in both the course evaluation and anytime at

Contact Info

Haworth, Gwen Tara (Gwen)

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