FAQ

RAE - Rainbow Advocate & Educator

What is RAE?

RAE stands for Rainbow Advocate & Educator. This is a program available to anyone who is interested in learning more about the LGBTQIA2+ community and becoming an LGBTQIA2+ advocate and educator.

How do I register for the training?

Click here to complete your registration.

Will the training be offered live, in-person, as well as online?

Yes. We plan on offering live-in-person training sometime in 2022, and will continue to offer the online modules via Zoom.

Can I register and complete the RAE Module 1 and not take the RACS Module 2?

Yes, you will be given a Certificate of Completion and enjoy the benefits of the RAE membership.

Do RAE’s require a bi-annual renewal?

Yes, but no CEs are required. A nominal fee is required to maintain membership and access to the RAE benefits.

RACS - Rainbow Advocate Clinical Specialist

What is RACS?

RACS stands for Rainbow Advocate Clinical Specialist. This is a program is only available to a licensed mental health practitioner or registered intern who is eligible for license in their state or country (International), and are interested in learning more about the LGBTQIA2+ community and becoming a certified advocate and educator through IITAP.

Do RACS require a bi-annual renewal?

Yes. A nominal fee is required.  Plus all RACS must acquire 3 CE’s for bi-annual renewal.

IITAP members must acquire 3 RACS specific CE’s as part of their bi-annual CE requirements (i.e. 15 required CE’s for CSAT Renewal, (3 of which must be RACS specific, for renewal of both certifications)).