Free Public Health Training: HIV & AIDS - An African Perspective

Friday 16 January 2015
09:30 to 16:30

It is advisable, but not compulsory, to have done some HIV & AIDS training, such as our two day course, prior to attending this course in order to fully benefit from the learning. 

Subject to numbers and suitable space, bespoke on-site training can be arranged. 

Who should attend? Staff working in health, local authority & voluntary sector, as well as other public and private employers wanting to develop services and support for African communities and clients.

Aim:  To increase health and social care professionals’ awareness, knowledge and understanding of African cultural issues in relation to HIV/AIDS.  

Facilitator: Fred Semugera

By participating in this course you will:

• learn about HIV/AIDS as it affects African communities and explored specific issues relevant to African clients regarding HIV.

• have a better understanding of African cultural issues.

• have explored diversity and non-homogeneity of African cultural and social issues.

• know about HIV/AIDS support and resources targeted at African communities

To apply please download the application form by clicking below and email it by email to 

Public Health Training

Places are offered on a first come first served basis  

Contact Croydon Public Health
Croydon Conference Centre, 5-9 Surrey Street
(view map)
Cost Free