An introduction to community-led health

Our training and support in the area of community-led health focuses on improving practice in community-led approaches to health improvement and addressing health inequalities.

‘Community-Led Health for All: developing good practice' is a learning resource designed to support training and practice development in the community-led health field. This training draws on the key competences set out in the resource to support communities and practitioners to explore how a community-led approach can support healthy communities.

This training will cover:

  • knowing and understanding the community in which we work

  • building and supporting groups and relationships

  • building capacity to take action on priority health issues

  • building equality and tackling inequalities

  • developing and supporting collaborative working

  • developing and supporting sustainable influence

This is a one day training with an option on a ‘follow up day'.

"The course was so much more interesting than anything I did because of the interaction and the dynamic of the group and their diverse background ... and it was good fun."

Costs

Half day training
Includes training delivery and access to training materials

5 - 15 participants (based on 1 trainer): £300

Full day training
Includes training delivery and access to training materials

5 - 15 participants (based on 1 trainer): £600

 
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Interested in this training? Please fill out the form below.

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(Most of our training has between 5 - 15 participants)