Talking HIV provides trained presenters to speak with schools, tertiary institutions and other groups to educate the community on issues related to HIV and other BBVs in an interactive, prepared talk organized by WAAC.
- Interest or studying health promotion, community work or related fields.
- Comfortable delivering educational presentations to a selected audience.
- Has own vehicle or access to reliable transport
Volunteers who work with the Talking HIV Program will gain a number of skills, such as:
- Ability to speak in front of a group.
- Provision of information and education.
- Interact with a wide range of community based organisations.
- Facilitate group discussions.
- Weekday, school time availability is a must
- Successful completion of WAAC Volunteer Introductory Training.
- Successful completion of Talking HIV Training
- Ongoing training as required
Working with Children Check Required