Request a Training
Professional development trainings can be tailored to meet the needs of specific agencies, organizations and schools. Professional Trainings can be requested on-site, as part of a conference, or at requested agency locations. Trainings range from half-day updates to several-day, intensified, activity-based, practicum trainings. Rates for professional trainings vary according to topic, materials prepared, curricula development needs, and length of training presentations.
To request a professional training or for more information about how UHPP may assist you with your training needs, please contact the UHPP Education Department at (518) 434-5678 x137, or send us an email.
Institute of Training and Education (ITE)
The Institute of Training and Education (ITE) is the professional training arm of UHPP's education department. Made up of a coalition of trainers, educators and presenters with local, regional and national expertise, ITE offers professional trainings in all areas of sexuality, sexual health and wellness.
Recent professional development trainings have included: Birth Control Update, Adolescents and Sexual Health Issues, STIs Update, Comprehensive Sexuality Education, Working with LGBT Youth, Adolescent Development, and New Issues in Sexual Health. Newly published sexual health curricula are also highlighted and utilized in professional trainings.
A Complete List of Training Topics
UHPP is a certified trainer in many areas of the New York State Department of Health-AIDS Institute HIV/AIDS Curriculum, which can be tailored to your specific needs. Examples include:
- Adolescents and HIV/AIDS
- The Confidentiality Law
- HIV Test Counselor Training (Pre-Test and Post-Test Counseling)
- HIV/AIDS Update
- Implementing HIV Reporting and Partner Notification
- Overview of HIV Infection and AIDS
- Prevention With Positives
- STIs and HIV What's New in HIV/AIDS
Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood Education staff also serve regular as guest faculty for Albany Medical College Family Practice, Physician Assistant Program, and Department of Psychiatry at Albany Medical College training doctors, nurses, and medical students.