November 24, 2009
9:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
180 Bloor Street West, Suite 1202
Workshop D: Merging Technology with Sexual Health (Youth Focus)
Do you know your SMS from your IM? The difference social between networking and viral marketing? This training examines how technology has changed the why, when, where and how of sexuality, and how online dating affects how young people are engaging in relationships and negotiating sex. What are the implications for sexual health promotion and agencies that provide sexual health services? How does emerging technology reach a youth audience? Examine how youth are using technology and to what purpose. This training also looks at how the internet is used to explore sexual health, sexual identity and how LGBTQ youth use technology to come to terms with their sexual orientation. Learn how to empower youth around internet safety and to become internet savvy.
Registration, workshop materials, and continental breakfast are all included in the training fee: $75 per person per workshop.
You may register by phone, email or internet: please visit http://www.ppt.on.ca/training to register or for more info.