The Banyan Tree Project Online Training Series is split into three different series described below. To access our trainings, you'll need a telephone and a computer with internet access. All trainings are FREE OF CHARGE.
This series focuses on strategies to increase HIV awareness, acceptance of people living with HIV, and utilization of services in communities. Click here to see upcoming trainings in this series.
This beginner-level series focuses on developing effective social marketing campaigns with minimal resources. Click here to see upcoming trainings in this series.
This series focuses on HIV and related issues which affect Asian & Pacific Islander communities and their ability to access and utilize critical health services. Click here to see upcoming trainings in this series.
Training sign-up is generally available 2-4 weeks prior to the scheduled training, right up to the start of the training.
You will need a computer with internet access to watch the training presentation and a telephone to listen to the presenters. You will be sent a link via email to the training website and a telephone number to call. You will also be given a link to check if your software is up-to-date to access the training, which we recommend you do prior to the training.
Materials and recordings of these trainings are available after the training is given. You can access these materials and recordings below. If you would like to request an interactive online training for your organization, contact us.
Contact Sapna Mysoor, BTP Program Manager at (415) 292-3420 x 352 or email@example.com.
If you'd like to find out when our next training is available, email David Stupplebeen at firstname.lastname@example.org with "BTP Trainings" in the subject line. We'll add you to our distribution list.
This training was supported by B Free CEED: National Center of Excellence in the Elimination of Hepatitis B Disparities at NYU School of Medicine (Cooperative Agreement Number 5U58 DP001022-04, subaward 07-0766; project 99960) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Cooperative Agreement Number 1U65PS002095-01). The training content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of B Free CEED or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.