OHRN is pleased to announce the launch of OHRN Learning, our new online learning platform.
Find original harm reduction trainings, developed with community partners and Drug Culture Consultants with living expertise of harm reduction. Track your progress, get certificates to recognize your work, and participate in discussions.
OHRN Learning is designed for people working in harm reduction in Ontario, including at ASOs, CHCs, health units, community settings, and more. It is open to everyone willing to learn.
At launch, we have 8 webinar replay courses, including Engaging People Who Use Drugs to Build Organizational Capacity, which has been revamped to take advantage of the course format; two webinar series bundles, Cross Cultural Harm Reduction Training, and Trans Awareness: From the Basics to the Beyond; and our full course, Introduction to HIV. Over the next year, we will be adding new courses.
To ensure OHRN Learning is a good experience for all, we have support pages with extra information. Check out the Get Started guide.
Please note that we have retired the Methamphetamine series and the Harm Reduction Equipment Best Practices series, but have listed alternative resources on these topics.
Help us spread the word!
You can help us spread the word! Please find sample blurbs below and social media graphics.
If your website links to OHRN webinars, you can direct people to learn.ohrn.org or to specific courses.
Social media blurb:
OHRN Learning is a new platform for original harm reduction training, developed w/ community partners & Drug Culture Consultants. Expand your harm reduction knowledge, track your progress, get certificates, and participate in discussions. learn.ohrn.org
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- Courses homepage promo
- Animated promo with Cross Cultural Harm Reduction Series homepage
- HIV 101 homepage promo
OHRN Learning is a new platform for original harm reduction trainings, developed with community partners & Drug Culture Consultants. Expand your harm reduction knowledge, track your progress, receive certificates recognizing your work, and participate in discussions.