Upcoming and On-Demand Trainings


Making data work for YOU: a new tool for support, education, outreach, and advocacy

April 10th: Meet the team, see the vision, and learn how BC’s new STBBI dashboard can support your work. The dashboard team includes community members and BC Centre for Disease Control (BC CDC) staff, and they’ll share the vision for a tool that is easy to use and understand. The dashboard info can help you in staff training, community education, personal education, advocacy, funding applications, and more. We’ll tour through the dashboard from BC CDC’s and community perspective and show how your questions can be answered using the tool. We’ll also feature an overview of STBBIs in BC, with spotlight on the syphilis epidemic. This session will run for 60 minutes. Learn more.



Positive Leadership Development Institute


The next PLDI training is Board Governance, June 13-27, 2024.

The next Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI) training is on board governance. Learn what a board is and does, and whether this kind of work inspires you. Learn more.

For optimum respect, safety and comfort of participants, we ask everyone at our in-person and virtual events to honour PAN Group Guidelines and Responsibilities



Self-paced learning

These are samples of what is available on-demand for community learning and skills building. For more events, scroll through our themed virtual trainings (3 or more related sessions) and single focus webinars. View full selection of webinar and virtual events on-demand


VIrtual events to check out:

Community. Action. Change.

This event featured discussions on improving client connection and cultural safety; ethical and open employment practices supporting people with lived and living experience (PWLLE); and sustainable involvement of PWLLE. Learn more.


Two-Spirit Reconciliation

Two-Spirit community organizer, researcher and educator Harlan Pruden situated Two-Spirit people in Indigenous and colonial histories, looking at how we must work towards decolonizing Two-Spirit realities today. Learn more


Everyday Decolonizing

Dr. Shauneen Pete’s Decolonization for Our Work Within Communities. Learn more


Hep C Diversities

This virtual community event looks at some of the layers of living with hepatitis C. Learn more.


Explorations in Leadership for People with Lived Experience of hepatitis C

A peer-led initiative where hepatitis C community leaders modeled their skills and knowledge to inspire other community members to embark on leadership journeys. Learn more.


Gender Construction and Continuum

This six session series featured sessions on gender construction and the gender continuum. Learn more.



For general information about any of our training events, please contact Stacy Leblanc, PAN’s Director of Capacity Building Initiatives, at [email protected]



For more information about webinars, contact Janet Madsen, PAN’s Capacity Building and Digital Communications Coordinator: janet @ paninbc.ca



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.