These events are funded by the Department of Children, Disability, Equality, Integration & Youth under the What Works Knowledge Sharing initiative.
Training will be provided on Tuesday 25 October and Wednesday 30 November – registration and location details are below. There will also be some dates available in early 2023.
A light lunch will be provided as will a certificate of attendance.
Talking with Young People About Sexual Health and HIV – Training for Professionals.
GOSHH are providing free training days in the areas of Sexual Health & HIV for professionals who are working with Young People in the Mid-West.
The aim of this training course is to develop participants knowledge and skills around talking to young people about sexual health and HIV.
This is a free in person, one day training course and is for professionals who work with young people around issues related to sexual health and HIV.
• Feel more confident in talking to young people about sexual health and HIV.
• Have explored your own personal values, opinions and beliefs.
• Understand the law in relation to sexual health, relationships and HIV.
• Increased your knowledge on contraception, common STIs and prevention strategies.
• Be able to signpost young people to sexual health services online, locally and nationally.
The workshop has elements of facilitated discussion, participatory learning, and personal development. Methodologies include large and small group work, individual reflection, group discussion and audio visual learning aids.
GOSHH is running a number of workshops across the Mid-West for professionals working with young people around sexual health and HIV.
Below are the next training dates available, click on the links to find out more or to book your ticket!
Tuesday 25 October – Limerick City
Absolute Hotel, Sir Harry’s Mall Limerick
Register Here: https://GOSHH2510.eventbrite.ie
Wednesday 30 November – Nenagh, County Tipperary
Abbey Court Hotel, Dublin Road, Nenagh, County Tipperary
Register Here: https://GOSHH3011.eventbrite.ie
A light lunch will be provided as will a certificate of attendance. Please note that it is a requirement to attend the full day training event – if for any reason you are unable to commit to the full day please do not reserve a place.
Spaces are limited and there is a limit to two places per organisation.
These events are funded by the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth under the What Works Initiative.