Fundamentals of HIV Prevention Counseling Training (FHPC), 6/27 – 6/28
Category : Student Opportunities
The Prevention Science Core of the Center for AIDS Research at Emory University is offering the Fundamentals of HIV Prevention Counseling Training (FHPC). This opportunity is geared to individuals interested in becoming proficient in HIV counseling. The training will be conducted on Thursday, June 27 (9am – 4:30 pm) and Friday, June 28, (9 am – 3p,). The exact location to be determined. Attendance on both days is mandatory to successfully complete the course.
The fee for this training is $70 per person with a minimum of 11 students. Subsidies are available for students, CBOs and government employees.
Click HERE to register. Space for the training is limited. Registration closes, Fri., June 14, 2019.
This course focuses on the six-step HIV prevention counseling protocol, conducted in both conventional and rapid testing situations.
Participants will receive training in:
Counseling concepts and basic counseling skills
HIV prevention counseling and how to conduct the six-step HIV prevention counseling protocol in the context of conventional and rapid testing
Delivery of both conventional and rapid test results
A basic knowledge of HIV/AIDS/STIs and risk-reduction methods is a prerequisite for conducting and attending this course, as an “HIV/AIDS/STI 101” component is not included.
For questions or additional information contact: Brandi Williams 404.712.8591 | bwill41 [at] emory [dot] edu