This training aims to provide participants with basic up-to-date and relevant information on HIV including trends in HIV diagnoses, HIV transmission, prevention, testing and treatment.
Who is the training for?
The training will be beneficial to people working across a range of sectors who work with service users who may be living with, or at risk of, HIV, such as LGBT organisations, drugs-related projects, housing/homeless projects, and organisations working with migrant communities and asylum seekers/refugees.
Training Programme Content:
- Overview of HIV.
- HIV statistics and trends in HIV diagnoses.
- HIV transmission.
- HIV prevention, including condom use/safer sex, testing, treatment, PEP and PrEP.
- HIV services and resources.
Length of Training:
This is a half-day training programme, approx. 3½ hours in duration.
CPD Credits: A certificate of attendance detailing the number of hours training completed is provided to each participant. This will enable you to apply for your own CPD credits with your accrediting associations and organisations.
Request this training:
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 (possible) costs – email firstname.lastname@example.org.