• ASHM offers a range of accredited face-to-face and online HIV training and education.

  • ASHM training is practical by nature and includes HIV testing, diagnosis and management at both primary care and specialist levels.




Who is HIV Training Designed For?

ASHM offers a range of face-to-face and online training courses.

These are designed specifically for:

  • General practitioners
  • Community & Hospital s100 prescribers
  • Shared care practitioners
  • Practice nurses, and
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers
  • Aged-Care Workers
  • Any other specific workforces that require HIV education and training.

We are able to develop and tailor courses to meet your specific needs.

Please contact ASHM​ if you would like to discuss customised training for your workforce. 

Types of Training

​​Flexible delivery of education and training for the HIV workforce is extremely important.

We are able to provide this flexibility through:

  • Face-to-face 
  • Online learning (accredited and non-accredited)
  • Live and pre-recorded webinars.


We provide live accredited webinars so that practitioners can participate in the training and ask questions. These are often delivered by local experts and recognisable clinicians.

We also record these webinars so that they can be viewed after the live event and points can be accrued for these viewings as well. To view our webinar suite, please visit our ASHM Webinar Page.


ASHM’s work in HIV

As a peak organisation, we:


ASHM works in collaboration with sector partners, including professional organisations, research institutes, community organisations and people living with HIV, toward ending HIV transmission in Australia. We do this through collaborating on jurisdictional and national committees, jointly developing clinical education programs, projects , resources, and working in partnership on policy, recommendations and clinical guideline development.

ASHM has taken a leadership role in advancing HIV policy in Australia. Most recently the ASHM PrEP Clinical Guidelines were a key document that supported the approval of HIV PrEP on the PBS. ASHM also oversees key resources for HIV clinicians including the ASHM ARV Guidelines, HIV Management in Australasia and the National HIV Testing Policy, Find out more about ASHM’s work in policy and advocacy here

ASHM’s HIV education and training programs meet the learning needs of a diverse number of healthcare practitioners. These include; introductory HIV updates; HIV s100 prescriber traniing, HIV PrEP training, advanced blended learning courses, combining online learning and practical workshops; and courses specific to roles or settings such as, nursing or HIV specialist clinicians. Learn more about ASHM HIV training, find training near you using our Training Locator Map or contact education@ashm.org.au 

ASHM develops and maintains multiple HIV resources to provide healthcare practitioners with tools to implement HIV testing, linkage to care, PrEP as HIV prevention and HIV s100 treatment providers. These include patient checklists, reference guides, decision making tools and more. View our suite of resources here.

The Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference is the premier HIV Conference in Australia and the Asia and Pacific region.  ASHM have been running this annual conference since 1990 and attracts multi-disciplinary delegates and presenters from across the HIV sector

The ASHM membership program strives to draw together a range of professions supporting people living with HIV, viral hepatitis, STIs and related diseases. To learn more about the program see here https://ashm.org.au/about/membership/