BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Eldorado has released the tenth lesson in its e-learning series Elevate U titled, “Plays Well With Others.”
According to the company, “The Plays Well With Others” lesson focuses on building language and information around the variety of healthy relationship styles that people can be in. Through this, retailers can help connect with, understand and affirm people in different types of relationships to help customers find the right toy for their current situation.
"Many of us learned as children that sex is something that happens when a mommy and a daddy are very much in love, but as adults we know that dating, sexuality and desire are not nearly as simple,” said Erin Basler, education coordinator at The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health and one of the personalities of Elevate U. “In ‘Plays Well With Others,’ you can expect to get a primer in the wonderful world of relationship dynamics and structures and tips on how to make your store inclusive for people with a variety of intimate partnerships."
The tenth lesson marks the end of the Intermediate level classes. Learners who have completed previous lessons and passed lesson ten will become certified as an Intermediate Level Sex Educator.
Eldorado’s Elevate U 16-lesson e-learning series covers a variety of sexual health topics “that goes beyond product focus.”
The lessons are intended to empower Eldorado’s retailers with accurate sexual health information so they can confidently and correctly answer sexual health related questions. With this knowledge, retailers can offer customers an excellent in-store experience in order to create repeat business, become a trusted community resource and have a competitive advantage.
Since Elevate U’s launch at the beginning of the year, the program has received great engagement with close to 500 learners enrolled in the program thus far, the company reports.
Byron Love of Guilty Pleasures in Florida commented, “Elevate U is a great resource with a unique take on training employees. It will definitely become a staple in our training program, and a requirement for our staff. Teaching health and wellness are important responsibilities for those who are selling sex toys and sexual satisfaction.”