The primary aim of this programme is to train youth and community workers to deliver HIV, hepatitis, and sexual health education programmes to the service user group(s) in their care.
Who is the training for?
This training programme is primarily for trained trainers/facilitators who work with young people, and other groups/individuals, that may be at risk of HIV, STIs, hepatitis, and other negative sexual health outcomes. The programme will be beneficial to youth workers, and others in the voluntary, community and education sectors, that have a role in developing and delivering sexual health education programmes to the service user group(s) in their care.
Training Programme Content
Download the Training for Trainers Overview for information on programme content information.
Length of Training
This is a four day training programme delivered from 10am to approx. 4:30pm each day.
On completion of the programme, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion/Attendance and the ‘Let’s Talk About… Safer Sex’ training resource manual.
Preview the content of the Training Manual.
Book this training:
- Organisation Bookings: Organisations can request this training when there is a number of staff to be trained. A maximum of 15 participants applies.
Contact us for further details and costs – email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request this training for your organisation.
- Calendar of Training: This training programme is included in our annual calendar of training to cater for individual bookings. Check our Calendar of Training for scheduled dates.