The Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention & Control’s Training and Technical Assistance Program (T-TAP) has been conducting professional training and capacity building activities since 1988. We train clinical and non-clinical staff that work in health departments, hospitals, clinics and community-based organizations (CBOs) in New York City and the Greater Metropolitan Area. T-TAP strives to decrease the transmission of HIV in and around New York City and improve the quality of care for those persons living with HIV through its education and training efforts.
Registering for T-TAP Courses
First time users to T-TAP are required to create an account before they can register for T-TAP Trainings.
USE CODE: nyc789
Fill in the required information and make sure to use nyc789 as the “code” where asked. Account information will be sent to the email address used. Follow the instructions in the email to complete the process. Once the account is created, registration for trainings can begin. Remember that after a course is selected, the actual session(s) needs to be chosen.
Enter the User Name and Password that was previously created and begin registering for additional T-TAP Courses. Again, after a course is selected, the actual session must be chosen.
For complete instructions on how to register, click here to review the NYC HealthTraining User Manual.
The Training and Technical Assistance Program (T-TAP) offers our internal and external partners a unique opportunity to request a private training that can be customized to fit the needs your organization’s programmatic needs. To make an official request and to explore available options, please click on the link above.