We are committed to equal opportunity in all aspects of workplace inclusion and belonging, including recruitment, career development, promotion, and workplace support. If you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer (LGBTIQ+), or otherwise diverse in sex, sexuality and/or gender (DSSG), we would like you to feel that you can be your whole self at work.
LGBTIQ+ Awareness Training is designed to raise awareness and understanding of contemporary challenges and barriers faced by LGBTIQ+ people. Once you’ve completed the training, you can become a Curtin Ally.
The Ally program helps create a safe, inclusive university environment that celebrates the unique talents and perspectives of LGBTIQ+ people. Allies are staff and students who have undergone training and can help connect you to services and resources in and around Curtin.
When Curtin University asks an employee or a prospective employee for their gender, it is the gender an individual currently identifies as.
We acknowledge that gender and sex may be separate and distinct and that some university forms/systems may not include an identity option for every individual.
If you have feedback or questions regarding equity and inclusion for people of diverse sex, sexualities and gender, please get in touch with the Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging team at email@example.com .
For more information on why we ask for this information and how is it referenced, please refer to the FAQs.
Gender Identity FAQs
All Gender Toilets
There are many All Gender toilets on Bentley Campus. To find your nearest all gender toilet:
- Click on the button below
- Click on "POI Categories"
- Select "Toilet - All Gender"
- The locations are now highlighted
LGBTQI+ Awareness - Ally program and training
Register via IPerform or email us
Integrity Standards Unit
You can lodge a complaint or compliment, report or concern with the Integrity and Standards Unit
LGBTQIA+ for students
The Diversity Inclusion & Belonging team in the People and Culture Office
You can access counselling via the External Assistance Program (EAP)
Contacts for Wellbeing
Our people wellbeing teams are here to assist you. Find out more about contact information and health services
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