January 25, 2011
9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Refreshments served from 9:00 a.m.
180 Bloor Street West, Room G2 (Accessible Location)
Do you get questions from youth about birth control options or sexually transmitted infections (STI’s)? Do you hear myths and stereotypes being perpetuated about who gets STI’s and why? How do people negotiate when, where and how to have sex and when or if to use birth control? What happens when someone is diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection?
This training provides an overview of STI information and birth control options and explores risk factors that increase the risk of unplanned pregnancy and STI’s. Come away with resources to inform and empower youth to make healthy sexual health choices.
This training workshop is designed for staff or volunteers who work in educational, recreational, residential, health and community settings.
Cost: $95 per person. 5% discount to organizations that register three or more participants.