Educational organization Everyone Deserves Sex Ed (EDSE) is offering a 25-hour sex educator certification to adult industry members looking for valuable professional development. Founded and created by industry veteran Anne Hodder-Shipp, EDSE certification gives industry members a foundational understanding of human sexuality – including anatomy, gender, and safer sex – in order to transform the design, development, and sales process into a modern, inclusive, and sex-positive experience.
EDSE’s mission is to make accurate, unbiased, and LBGTQIA+ inclusive sexuality information available to as many communities as possible. With more than a decade of experience working within the adult industry, Hodder-Shipp recognized a need for this kind of sex education training and sought out to develop a program that would help staff have more informed, inclusive, and confident conversations about sex.
“Adult industry professionals talk about sex almost every day, whether it’s with a buyer, a customer service caller, or a shopper trying to pick out a new product, and saying the right (or wrong) thing can make or break the sale,” Hodder-Shipp said. “Information is empowerment, and I want industry professionals to feel comfortable and confident doing their jobs while providing the best customer service possible. The EDSE certification not only helps reduce misinformation and personal bias from the sales process, but also gives adult companies a way to differentiate themselves in this competitive industry.”
Ideal for adult industry professionals involved in customer relations, sales, and product design, the EDSE certification prepares clients to have informed, inclusive and confident conversations about sex. Over the course of two weekends, EDSE attendees will learn key information about human sexuality, intimate health, consent, and communication skills and be trained to respond to sex-related questions in a concise and nonjudgmental manner. Attendees also will leave with new insight into their own sexuality — a fun side effect of sex education training.
“EDSE offers corporate rates to companies who want to certify a few employees or even their entire staff,” Hodder-Shipp said. “The certification process is hosted in the comfort and privacy of companies’ own offices, and EDSE can customize the curriculum according to clients’ specific needs.”
Though EDSE is headquartered in the heart of Los Angeles, Anne and her team can travel to companies interested in certifying five or more staff members. For more information about EDSE and its sex educator certification, please visit https://everyonedeservessexed.com or email Hodder-Shipp directly at email@example.com.
Hodder-Shipp will be at the ANME Founders Show Jan. 13-14 and is available to discuss EDSE and other professional development opportunities in person. To schedule a meeting, please email Hodder-Shipp directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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