This course provides the latest information on HIV as a workplace issue.

How can I access this e-course?

Look for this course in the e-learning platform of your organisation or contact your staff development section.
Here you can find a list of UN organisations that are offering the e-course already

If you do not have access to your organization's learning management system, click here to use a web version of the course, from which you will still be able to generate a certificate. This version may be particularly useful for people working for the UN through arrangements such as service contracts, consultancy agreements, internships or even for families of UN personnel.

What is the content?

How is HIV transmitted? How can I know if I am HIV positive?
Are condoms safe? How to talk to my partner about HIV? How does HIV affect men and women differently? Is HIV still an issue? Can I work for the UN if I am HIV positive? How can I help?

How does it relate to the face to face learning session?

Look for this course in the e-learning platform of your organisation or contact your staff development section.
The e-course is intended to be a complement to the face to face learning sessions that are offered to UN employees around the world. In the e-course you will find the most up to date information.

What people are saying about the e-course

92% of the UN system personnel who have evaluated this course say it is "Excellent."
(The other 8% say it is "Good.")
92% also say that they will share the information gained with children, colleagues, friends, or family.

"It [was] really amazing to undertake this course. Indeed, it has been enriching and fruitful."

"I am happy, I learnt a lot and I will continue to read."

"Continue to encourage more colleagues to take this programme."

"This course should be made mandatory for all staff - just like the Security in the Field Course. Most staff think they know everything about HIV in the workplace but sometimes the information is heresay and not exactly true."

If you have questions you can write to: info@uncares.org