Tag: training

Training Opportunity: Summer Institute in Program Evaluation

The Summer Institute brings together university students and community-based practitioners to learn together about evaluation. Lectures, case studies and group work are combined to explore the concepts of participatory evaluation with a goal to improve evaluation and planning execution. It will take place on:  May 30 to June 3, 2016 – Winnipeg, Manitoba At the: University… Read more »

Training Resource: Indigenous Cultural Competency Course

Staff at the Pacific AIDS Network have been working on completing the Indigenous Cultural Competency Course (ICC), designed and delivered by the Provincial Health Services Authority in BC. The ICC is a unique, facilitated online training that is working to increase knowledge, enhance self-awareness and strengthen the skills of those who work both directly and indirectly… Read more »

CANOC Call for Community Investigators

The Canadian HIV Observational Cohort (CANOC) Collaboration is currently seeking qualified individuals to join our team as Community Investigators. The CANOC Community Investigator will meet with a CANOC Principal Investigator 3-4 times yearly, commit up to 12 hours/year of teleconferences, work independently on a CANOC research project. Skype calls will be coordinated for individuals in rural… Read more »

The Pacific AIDS Network (PAN) is excited to announce that that this year’s workforce development training will be focused on Frontline Support Workers and will be held on February 24 – 26 in Richmond. This three-day event will be held in partnership with CATIE. Draft program highlights will be released in late September and registration… Read more »

The Public Health Agency of Canada will soon be launching two capacity building programs exclusively for community based organizations working to address sexually transmitted and blood borne infections in Canada. This email describes the Community Based Social Marketing Training, the first in the series of upcoming training opportunities. The second training will focus on the… Read more »

Vancouver-Based Training Opportunity in Evaluation

The Canadian Evaluation Society is offering their annual Essential Skills Series in Evaluation in Vancouver. The Essential Skills Series consists of four inclusive days of foundational workshops (both of the 2 day workshops combined). The workshops have been designed by the Canadian Evaluation Society to enhance program evaluation skills and promote the professional practice of evaluation… Read more »

On March 26th, Hippy Canada will be hosting a free symposium for non-profit agencies committed to navigating social and economic change and strategic philanthropists. This one-day event will give you a solid theoretical grounding in performance management; leading-edge examples from Canadian and US social sectors; and concrete tools and skills for strengthening your performance management work…. Read more »

We are pleased to announce that PAN is hosting a workshop for people involved in community-based HIV research. This two-day workshop (February 27-28) will bring together community-based organizations, people living with HIV/AIDS, academic researchers, public health representatives, funders and other stakeholders to explore how knowledge can be moved to action in HIV/AIDS research. In this… Read more »

Enabling Access to Co-infection Treatment: Treatment Update and Models of Care Co-infection Research in Canada: A National Webinar Series 5-part series presented by members of CTAC’s Co-infection Facilitator Team Want to learn more about HIV and viral Hepatitis co-infection? Looking to get more involved in research? Interested in how to integrate research about co-infection into… Read more »