SASH - Peer Mentor Training


The SASH peer mentor training is for women who identify as Black, Asian or an ethnic minority of any kind and Gay and Bisexual men living with HIV.

 There can be barriers which make it harder to connect. This is an opportunity to use your own experience to inspire, motivate and provide emotional and practical support for others.

This training might be for people who:

  • Want to learn more about sexual health
  • Already have an interest in sexual health and want learn more to support their community
  • Are living with HIV
  • Have experience of navigating sexual health clinics and services
  • Have experience of reproductive health such as periods, menopause, contraception etc

 Benefits of the programme include:

  • Training
  • A personal development plan to support you to achieve your goals
  • Developing communication and workshop-giving skills
  • Gaining valuable experience working alongside sexual health professionals
  • Connecting with community

 The training will be delivered by Ella Frost and Jose Tovar who are peer mentor coordinators and will cover:

  • An introduction to SASH
  • Sexual well-being
  • Communication skills
  • Who peer mentors are and what they do
  • Safeguarding

Please reply to this email to book a place of if you have any questions.


Ella Frost
07971 387 487