Creating Confluence is “Training Leaders & Leading Trainers”, because leaders constantly need to hone their skills in order to guide others well and trainers need continuing education to support their communities in making transformative change.
Incorporating equity at all points of planning and activity
Understanding the impact of institutional and individual biases in order to counteract them
Local diversity, equity, and inclusion issues
The curriculum for Creating Confluence is based on the model ASK: Awareness, Skills, Knowledge, and includes education about historical barriers to equity in the United States, experiential learning techniques, peer-to-peer education, facilitation best practices, action planning, and problem-solving. We offer CEUs via the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work. Attendees receive diversity certificates.
If you are an employee of and representing a for-profit company:
If you are affiliated with a nonprofit/community group
or are attending as
Note: Prices include meals and snacks
To make the training accessible to as many people as possible, we offer the following financial accommodations:
Early registration discounts
Discounted rates for multiple people from the same institution
Scholarships and in-kind arrangements
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request accommodations and for information about partial scholarships.
Read our FAQ and learn even more in the Creating Confluence overview booklet.