HIV 101 Training of Trainers

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HIV 101 Training of Trainers Isaiah Webster III Director of Capacity Building Metro TeenAIDS January 12, 2011

Training Goal 

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This intermediate-level training will walk community-based organizations through how to set up and maintain an HIV 101 for their agency. Participants will walk away with a toolkit for developing an HIV 101 to meet various target populations. This workshop will also provide guidance to trainers on how to build and promote HIV 101s within the community.

Introductions…

Expectations

back to basics… the 4 things every HIV/AIDS organization should do

The Concept 

“Back to Basics” refers to four things that every HIV prevention community-based organization should implement no matter their region or target population.  HIV 101 (and TOT)  Referral System  Establish Partnerships  Peer volunteer recruitment/training



Only after implementing the basics should the CBO branch off into other areas of enhancement:  DEBIs  Social Networking  Web/Technology 2.0  Community Planning & Building Coalitions

Basics #1: HIV 101 & TOT Develop an HIV 101 that speaks to the target population you are trying to reach  Train all staff and volunteers to be trainers  Promote the HIV 101 as a core service ---- Beyond Basics  Create an HIV 101 webinar  Place HIV 101 on your website/social marketing sites  Create HIV 201 and 301 using your existing model 

Basics #2: Referral System Create a referral system using a “buffet” model  Have members of your target population “secret shop” your referrals  Create referral card or list ---- Beyond Basics  Partner with referral agencies around common areas of interest  Train all staff and volunteers on community referrals 

Basics #3: Establish Partnerships Support organizations with like-minded missions by your attendance and contributions  Co-sponsor events and programs  Share information, training & “industry” knowledge ---- Beyond Basics  Apply for funding jointly  Merge organizations when necessary for survival or to avoid duplication of services 

Basics #4: Peer Volunteer Recruitment and Training Recruit and train volunteers who are peers of the target population you are trying to reach  Assign volunteers key roles and responsibilities  Seek input from volunteers for program development and implementation ---- Beyond Basics  Hire volunteers for staff when appropriate  Allow volunteers to be spokespersons for your organization within the community  Volunteer Appreciation Banquet! 

Questions, Comments, Concerns

defining & building an HIV 101…

Define what “HIV 101” means to you

HIV 101 defined 

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For the purposes of this training, an HIV 101 is defined as a basic overview of HIV/AIDS; how to prevent the transmission of HIV; and how to receive free HIV testing in D.C. Each person and/or organization should define what an HIV 101 is to them. Your target audience should determine how you define an HIV 101.

The components of an HIV 101 The 4 Fluids

Statistics

Q&A

STI Screening

Immune System Origin of HIV/AIDS

Research & Vaccine

Treatment Information

Male Condom

STI Information

Risk Factors

Opportunistic Infections

Female Condom

Cleaning Needles/Works

HIV Testing

HIV Transmission

Building an HIV 101 

When building an HIV 101 course for your agency, begin by considering the following:  Target population  Amount of course time  Venue(s)  Take

aways  Facilitators

Essential elements of a solid HIV 101

HIV 101

Interaction and/or Games

Visuals AND Text presentation of Information

Actionable Take Aways

Demonstrations

Handouts & Referral Cards

Food and/or Drinks

Questions, Comments, Concerns

a best practice… HIV 101 at Metro TeenAIDS

training facilitators and implementing HIV 101…

Training & Implementation Checklist    

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Recruit & Train Facilitators Establish shadowing for perspective facilitators Pick your format Build HIV 101 Toolbox or Course Separate into modules Gather handouts, referrals and training materials Establish HIV 101 checklist Facilitator’s Guide Evaluation Don’t forget your agency “commerical”

Questions, Comments, Concerns

Contact Information Isaiah Webster III Director of Capacity Building Metro TeenAIDS 1230 Pennsylvania Ave., SE Washington, D.C. 20003 202.543.0094 [email protected] www.metroteenaids.org

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