This intensive, two-day course training will focus on providing language workers with an easy & comprehensive introduction to HIV/AIDs terminology, history, current science, and advocacy through an intersectional lens, centering Latinx communities. Our goal is to build a basic foundation of HIV knowledge for language workers increasing their capacity to support people living with and affected by HIV, affirm the experiences of people living with HIV regardless of language proficency, and advocate for more just inclusion of people living with HIV.
At the end of the training, participants will receive a certificate of completion and have the option of being added to a virtual database where community-based organizations can contact them for language services.
Please make sure to fully complete the Registration Form, here is the link: https://bit.ly/HIV101lw. If you do not fill out the form the Registration Form you will not receive the zoom link.
Please note that this training has limited slots available and registration is based on a first come first serve basis. If you receive a zoom link but can no longer attend, please notify us so we can offer the slot to someone else.
This virtual training will be offered twice this year:
The first training will specifically focus on southern language workers only from these 9 Southeastern states: Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
The second training will be a national /training, open to language workers from any state.
If you are a language worker from the southeastern region and cannot make it to the training that is on July 6th-7th, please know that you can register for the training that is on August 10th- 11th.
Registration will be conducted on a rolling basis as slots fill up.
For questions, concerns, or more information regarding the status of your training registration please contact: Jessie Claudio, Community Building Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org