CORE is a train-the-trainer program designed to educate non-medical service providers to support the informational needs of their community, thereby engaging more people with HIV in care and treatment and enhancing health outcomes. CORE utilizes the HIV Treatment Cascade to frame the training’s content. CORE focuses on training participants who have regular contact with HIV-positive clients and is suitable for case managers, social workers, peer educators and similar salaried providers, as well as part-time and even volunteer positions that have significant contact with people living with HIV.

Through interactive exercises over two days in an adult learning environment, CORE provides 10-12 participants with a core curriculum of state-of-the-art content on HIV care and treatment, skills building, and creative educational activities. The CORE curriculum is divided into modules that cover a range of topics, which trainers can then use and adapt to fit the needs of their clients and communities.

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