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  On-Line Training
Hepatitis C: Basic Facts 2022
This online course provides an introduction to Hepatitis C for practitioners working in the field of HIV services. It provides an overview of Hepatitis C (HCV) that includes the following:

Objectives:
• Key information about the hepatitis virus
• The different types of hepatitis
• Epidemiological data
• Modes of transmission
• Prevention
• Disease progression
• Testing protocols
• Treatment options

Audience:
The target audience is staff and managers of agencies funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program. It is also open to anyone interested in learning about Hepatitis C.

Online Access: Upon registering for this course you will receive an email saying that you have been placed on a waitlist. You will receive your login information within 24-48 hours. Please be sure to check your junk box if you don't receive the email.

If you have a disability and require accommodations, please contact Tina Smith at 608-265-3517 or email tina.smith@wisc.edu. Requests are confidential.
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  On-Line Training
HIV: Basic Facts 2022
This online course provides an introduction to HIV for practitioners beginning to work in the field of HIV services. The course has been developed for HIV service providers in Wisconsin who are providing prevention and care services, although most of the information will be relevant for individuals outside the state, too. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of HIV: key information about the virus, disease progression, transmission, prevention, care, and treatment.

Objectives:
• Describe key characteristics of the virus; including how the virus progresses and the modes of transmission
• Explain HIV testing and testing algorithms
• Describe the HIV prevention and care services available in Wisconsin
• Identify agencies and organizations providing prevention and care services
• Identify populations disproportionately affected by HIV

Audience:
The target audience is staff and managers of agencies funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program. It is also open to anyone interested in learning about HIV.

Online Access: Upon registering for this course you will receive an email saying that you have been placed on a waitlist. You will receive your login information within 24-48 hours. Please be sure to check your junk box if you don't receive the email.

If you have a disability and require accommodations, please contact Tina Smith at 608-265-3517 or email tina.smith@wisc.edu. Requests are confidential.
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  Feb 01, 2022 - Feb 01, 2022     
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM     Trauma + Resilience and Wellness for Teams (Cohort 1)
This two-day workshop, February 1 & 2, will explore trauma and resilience and how this influences team wellness. We ask that people commit to attending both days to get the most out of the workshop.

Trauma + Resilience
Trauma Awareness + Resilience is a trauma-informed care training. This training is a vital component of any organization, and especially in human services. Trauma-Informed care provides understanding for the individual experience, better communication and engagement, identification of triggers and retraumatizing experiences, lower burnout amongst caregivers, and healing and forward movement.

This workshop will explore:
• Effects of trauma
• Trauma types
• Impacts of traumatic stress
• Interventions & approaches

For more information on the Trauma + Resilience workshop, please see Share Collobartive's website Trauma + Resilience Description

Wellness for Teams
Organizational Wellness is vital for preventing burnout. When service providers are working to heal trauma, they often hold space for others to heal. Not only does trauma and compassion fatigue impact providers, but it impacts those they serve. Organizational wellness programs are critical to the health and wellbeing of practitioners and teams.

The Organizational Wellness program discusses:
• Self-care strategies
• Development of an indivdiual wellness plan
• Dedicated explorations of Healing Interventions
• Importance of wellness

For more information on the Wellness for Teams portion of the workshop, please see Share Collobartive's website Wellness for Teams Description

Audience: HIV Case Managers and Care Supervisors at agencies funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program who are interested in learning about trauma & resilience.

Please Note: This registration is for cohort 1 on February 1-2. The workshop will also be offered February 8-9, 2022 and is titled Cohort 2. You only need to attend cohort 1 or 2, not both.
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  Feb 08, 2022 - Feb 08, 2022     
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM     Trauma + Resilience and Wellness for Teams (Cohort 2)
This two-day workshop, February 8 & 9, will explore trauma and resilience and how this influences team wellness. We ask that people commit to attending both days to get the most out of the workshop.

Trauma + Resilience
Trauma Awareness + Resilience is a trauma-informed care training. This training is a vital component of any organization, and especially in human services. Trauma-Informed care provides understanding for the individual experience, better communication and engagement, identification of triggers and retraumatizing experiences, lower burnout amongst caregivers, and healing and forward movement.

This workshop will explore:
• Effects of trauma
• Trauma types
• Impacts of traumatic stress
• Interventions & approaches

For more information on the Trauma + Resilience workshop, please see Share Collobartive's website Trauma + Resilience Description

Wellness for Teams
Organizational Wellness is vital for preventing burnout. When service providers are working to heal trauma, they often hold space for others to heal. Not only does trauma and compassion fatigue impact providers, but it impacts those they serve. Organizational wellness programs are critical to the health and wellbeing of practitioners and teams.

The Organizational Wellness program discusses:
• Self-care strategies
• Development of an indivdiual wellness plan
• Dedicated explorations of Healing Interventions
• Importance of wellness

For more information on the Wellness for Teams portion of the workshop, please see Share Collobartive's website Wellness for Teams Description

Audience: HIV Case Managers and Care Supervisors at agencies funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program who are interested in learning about trauma & resilience.

Please Note: This registration is for cohort 2 on February 8-9. The workshop will also be offered February 1-2, 2022 and is titled Cohort 1. You only need to attend cohort 1 or 2, not both.
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  Mar 01, 2022 - Mar 01, 2022     
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM     Cultural Humility to Cultural Reverence (Cohort 1)
This half-day workshop will increase service providers' ability to serve an increasingly diverse client population. Cultural Reverence is the capacity to relate to, learn from, and accept persons traditionally labeled as “different” or “other.” Cultural Reverence is grounded in the believe that there are no “disposable” people because there is no “other.” A culturally reverent person values diversity and practices inclusivity because it generates our mutual human growth and development so we may all achieve and experience equity.

Cultural Humility to Cultural Reverence training will:
• Surface deep respect for another’s cultural heritage, experiences, and behavioral influences.
• Invite an understanding that developing a culturally informed relationship continuously evolves in partnership with others in moment-to-moment interactions.
• Invite self-introspection to better understand our own identity and how they influence our values, perceptions, and behavior.
• Provide a guiding structure that surfaces in individuals and teams the necessary awareness, desire, and ability to relate to any person’s essence. Relating to the essence of a person requires seeing beyond appearance and presentation.
• Promote the CLAS Standards of providing practical, equitable, understandable, and respectful quality care and services responsive to diverse cultural health beliefs and practices, preferred languages, health literacy, and other communication needs.

For more information on the Cultural Humility to Cultural Reverence workshop, please see Share Collobartive's website Cultural Humility to Cultural Reverence Description

Audience: HIV Case Managers and Care Supervisors at agencies funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program who are interested in learning about cultural humility.

Please Note: This registration is for cohort 1 on March 1. The workshop will also be offered on March 2, 2022 and is titled Cohort 2. You only need to attend cohort 1 or 2, not both.
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  Mar 02, 2022 - Mar 02, 2022     
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM     Cultural Humility to Cultural Reverence (Cohort 2)
This half-day workshop will increase service providers' ability to serve an increasingly diverse client population. Cultural Reverence is the capacity to relate to, learn from, and accept persons traditionally labeled as “different” or “other.” Cultural Reverence is grounded in the believe that there are no “disposable” people because there is no “other.” A culturally reverent person values diversity and practices inclusivity because it generates our mutual human growth and development so we may all achieve and experience equity.

Cultural Humility to Cultural Reverence training will:
• Surface deep respect for another’s cultural heritage, experiences, and behavioral influences.
• Invite an understanding that developing a culturally informed relationship continuously evolves in partnership with others in moment-to-moment interactions.
• Invite self-introspection to better understand our own identity and how they influence our values, perceptions, and behavior.
• Provide a guiding structure that surfaces in individuals and teams the necessary awareness, desire, and ability to relate to any person’s essence. Relating to the essence of a person requires seeing beyond appearance and presentation.
• Promote the CLAS Standards of providing practical, equitable, understandable, and respectful quality care and services responsive to diverse cultural health beliefs and practices, preferred languages, health literacy, and other communication needs.

For more information on the Cultural Humility to Cultural Reverence workshop, please see Share Collobartive's website Cultural Humility to Cultural Reverence Description

Audience: HIV Case Managers and Care Supervisors at agencies funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program who are interested in learning about cultural humility.

Please Note: This registration is for cohort 2 on March 2. The workshop will also be offered on March 1, 2022 and is titled Cohort 1. You only need to attend cohort 1 or 2, not both.
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  Mar 16, 2022 - Mar 16, 2022     
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM     Reflective Supervision
This half-day workshop on Reflective Supervision is for current supervisors and will help team leaders support staff growth. In the Reflective Supervision training, participants discover:

• The skills needed for Reflective Supervision
• Trauma-informed approaches to leadership
• Empathetic listening and guiding
• Embracing Cultural Humility and fostering Cultural Reverence
• Parallel skills developed in Motivational Interviewing training

The outcomes and impacts of Reflective Supervision training are often quickly evident. Staff achieve increasing levels of critical thinking and align their practice with organizational values and direction. Reflective Supervision training decreases the common phenomena of burnout and compassion fatigue. The training often leads to increasingly targeted and efficient professional development meetings.

Audience: HIV Care Managers at agencies funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program who are interested in learning an empowering professional development approach for managers and organizational supervisors.

For more information on the Reflective Supervision training, please see Share Collobartive's website Reflective Supervision Description
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