Due to unprecedented demand, more volunteer assessors are required for Navajo.
The Navajo Merseyside & Cheshire LGBT Charter Mark is an equality mark signifying good practice, commitment and knowledge of the specific needs, issues and barriers facing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Merseyside. It is sponsored by In-Trust Merseyside & Sefton Embrace and supported by the LGBTI Community networks across Merseyside.
The process of an assessor involves reading the application for the charter mark and electronic evidence (usually two to four hours). Then face-to-face formal assessments (usually half a day to a full day max). All assessments will be lead by an experienced assessor. So if you’re inexperienced don’t worry. If required, a follow-up training session for assessors will take place later in the year.
Chair of Navajo, Tony Griffin, says “This is your opportunity to be part of one of the biggest grass roots initiatives we have ever had across the LGBTI communities of Merseyside and Cheshire! We know we make a difference”.
For more information about Navajo, please click here.