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CATIE offers HIV and hepatitis C courses for service providers through eduCATIE.ca and eduCATIE+.


 

We offer open online courses through eduCATIE.ca to build knowledge of HIV and hepatitis C science. Courses are self-directed and are designed for service providers who prefer to learn on their own time and at their own pace. All participants receive a certificate of completion.

Available courses:

 


We offer customized courses for organizations to build the HIV and hepatitis C knowledge of staff, volunteers and community members. These blended learning courses combine online education with live instructor training, supported by knowledgeable CATIE educators from start to finish. All participants receive a certificate of completion.

To find out how your organization can participate, please contact Michael Bailey.

eduCATIE+ targeted course: Hepatitis C Basics for Immigrant and Newcomer Service Providers

CATIE is offering a blended learning course on Hepatitis C Basics, with a focus on how it affects immigrants and newcomers in Canada. This targeted course for frontline service providers in Ontario will run from January 21 to February 19, 2019, ending with a two-day, face-to-face training in Toronto. Register here or contact Fozia Tanveer for more information.

eduCATIE+ virtual courses for your region

CATIE is offering a series of eduCATIE+ virtual courses tailored for each region of the country. Register now for blended learning courses on HIV Basics, Hepatitis C Basics, or Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV.

Each course combines online education with a virtual session led by a CATIE educator, and course content is tailored to the issues and context specific to your region. All participants receive a certificate of completion.

The following courses are being offered in 2018/19:

Pacific (British Columbia and Yukon)

HIV Basics

October 22 to December 6, 2018

Hepatitis C Basics

January 14 to February 21, 2019

Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV

March 4 to April 4, 2019

Western (Alberta, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Saskatchewan)

HIV Basics (Saskatchewan only)

October 15 to November 22, 2018

HIV Basics

November 12 to December 19, 2018

Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV

January 14 to February 8, 2019

Hepatitis C Basics

January 14 to February 13, 2019

Ontario and Nunavut

HIV Basics

October 9 to November 19, 2018

Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV

January 7 to February 4, 2019

Hepatitis C Basics

January 21 to February 18, 2019

Quebec (in French only)

L'essentiel de l'hépatite C

November 5 to December 14, 2018

L’ABC du VIH

January 14 to February 18, 2019

Prévenir la transmission sexuelle du VIH

March 4 to April 9, 2019

Atlantic (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island)

HIV Basics

October 22 to December 3, 2018

Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV

January 7 to February 5, 2019

Hepatitis C Basics

January 14 to February 11, 2019

Register here

HIV Basics

CATIE’s HIV Basics course aims to build foundational knowledge of HIV, covering topics such as HIV epidemiology, transmission, testing, treatment, prevention and the long-term impact of HIV infection. This is an introductory-level course geared towards service providers who work with people at risk of or living with HIV.

Hepatitis C Basics

CATIE’s Hepatitis C Basics blended learning course aims to provide foundational knowledge of hepatitis C, covering topics such as hepatitis C transmission, testing, treatment, prevention and health literacy. This is an introductory-level course geared toward service providers who work with people at risk of or living with hepatitis C.

Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV

CATIE’s Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV blended learning course aims to develop core knowledge on the prevention of sexual transmission of HIV for frontline service providers who have a role in HIV prevention. Through this course, participants will gain in-depth knowledge of the biology of the sexual transmission of HIV and emerge with a concrete understanding of how to prevent HIV through the use of highly effective prevention strategies and other risk reduction tools. Participants should have a basic understanding of HIV prior to taking this course.