This training course is designed for lay persons and service providers who identify as and work with Black women. The course centers around cisgender and transgender Black women and builds on each participant’s past knowledge and experience. It takes advantage of the individual’s motivation to accomplish the learning tasks in the shortest amount of time. Training emphasizes doing, not just knowing, and uses competency-based evaluation of performance. Since women of color, especially African-American and Hispanic women, are disproportionately affected by HIV, and transgender women have a greater chance of getting HIV than others, it is imperative to know the facts and the actors that contribute to these statistics.