HIV and AIDS Workplace Program (Peer Education)
The LifeLine Ekurhuleni Peer Educator Development Program focuses on promoting and sustaining risk- reduction behaviour changes in employees and their families and thereby reducing their risk and vulnerability to HIV. This programme ensures that the peer educators understand what the epidemic will have on the individual, organisation, the family and community in which they operate.
LifeLine’s HIV & AIDS in the workplace program trains peer educators to:
Lifeline Ekurhuleni believes in the open exchange of information and creating social awareness in our communities.
With the expansion of the organisation (establishment of satellite service points), community Peer Educators were trained to conduct Awareness talks in the different communities. Topics range from HIV & Aids, Stress, Peer Pressure, communication and listening skills, Emotional Wellness, anger and conflict management, suicide, self-injuring behaviour, and any other topic on request.
These Awareness campaigns are conducted at local High schools, prisons, community halls, clinics, NGO’s, churches and to corporate companies at their request.
Corporate Employee Wellbeing Programme (EWP):
Companies have the option to only select individual activities or the complete package of services.
Employee Wellness Programme:
The Employee Wellness Programme is a flexible suite of counselling and advisory services. The suite of Employee Wellness Programme services includes the following:
Quarterly supervision, to coincide with quarterly wellness meetings
Please contact our Benoni office if you are interested in any of the training products.