Regional Training Resources

Regional Training conferences are part of our Workforce Development and Skills Training progam.

We provide focused training in partnership with regional health authorities and local community-based member organizations to develop regional-specific skills training.


Regional Training Summaries


With COVID-19 taking over the world in 2020, our training looked different over a couple of years, and face to face events shifted online, with a subject focus rather than regional focus. We provided two regional trainings in the spring of 2022, virtually, as COVID norm required. Sessions are available to view on-demand.

Regional Education for the North

Regional Education for Vancouver Island (Mid-North)



Nelson: The PAN team traveled to Nelson in May, where the two-day program looked at health equity. Read more

Abbotsford and Surrey: We offered two days of training in April 2019; one in Abbotsford (April 30) and one in Surrey (April 27). Frontline workers welcomed working with Vikki Reynolds. Read more



Prince George: Several members of the PAN team were welcomed in Prince George for the regional training on June 5-6. A sincere shout out and thank you from the PAN folks that attended to all in Prince George who made us feel so at home. Continue reading



Kelowna: Pacific AIDS Network was thrilled to work in partnership with the Interior Health Authority to host a two-day regional gathering to learn, share wisdom and network. Participants working in the Interior Health region came from Cranbrook, Nelson, Vernon, Kamloops, Williams Lake and Kelowna. Continue reading




For more information about Regional training events, contact:
Stacy Leblanc
Director of Program Development
Tel: 604.968.3160
Email: [email protected]

Janet Madsen
Capacity Building and Digital Communications Coordinator
Tel: 604.725.5897
Email: [email protected]



We greatly appreciate the vision of our government funders and their ongoing commitment to supporting the work of PAN. In particular we gratefully acknowledge the Public Health Agency of Canada – HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada.