LASS offer a range of training workshops to educate and inform on a variety of aspects on HIV. Heres our schedule from February to March 2014. All sessions include group discussions and some include guest speakers. Please book using the LASS training booking form (word) (pdf) and email it to email@example.com. ALternatively, please call 0116 2559995.
Friday 14th March 10.30 – 13:00
Elementary information about HIV, transmission, risks, testing and statistics. This will be of interest to anyone who currently has limited knowledge about HIV.
HIV & the Law
Friday 28th March: 09:30 – 13:30 (with Robert James)
A session to discuss the current situation about HIV & the Law – with information from the recent Keeping Confidence workshop organised by Sigma Research and Birkbeck College. (For full details and to book, please visit this post).
HIV and New testing opportunities workshop
Friday 11th April: 10:00 – 13:00
A workshop on home testing – exploring what the implications of home testing (e.g. inter alia competence in self testing, state of mind of the tester, social implications after receiving one’s result etc), what measures can be put in place in order to ensure it is a success e.g. working with kit providers such as pharmacies
Please note that sessions will start promptly and late comers may not be admitted to the session.
HIV & Relationships
Friday 25th April: 10: – 13:00
There will be several workshops on the theme of HIV & relationships with the objectives of exploring different topics including:
- Disclosure – talking about HIV Status with different people in your life
- Sexual Health Q & A
- Sero-discordant relationships
- Getting tested as a couple
- Family relationships and knowledge
HIV AND SEX FOR MONEY (DATE CHANGED)
FRIDAY 5TH MAY: 10:00 – 13:00 (NEW FUTURES)
We have had to postpone the above training session from February to Friday 5th May. We will set up eventbrite booking for this and will provide more information closer to the time of training.
Prostitution: Perception & ideology
- The aim of the session is to demonstrate how and why some people get involved in prostitution, try and dispel some myths and stereotypes of those concerned and why they may remain in the street and indoor prostitution (issues involved could be love for sex, supplementing income, not getting enough sex from partner etc, adventure)
- The session has been designed to demonstrate how prevailing belief systems about prostitution in society have a direct often negative impact on the lives of those involved
- The session will also explore the impact that being involved in prostitution has on an individuals’ health, welfare, education and sexual health
You can come along to one, two or all of them – what ever works for you.
Sexual Health Promotion Coordinator
Tel: 0116 255 9995
Fax: 0116 255 9979