Health promotion training
The 2016-2017 edition of the Health Promotion Training Programme is available here. It features a wide range of free training courses aimed at helping all those working in Fife to contribute towards building a fairer, healthier Fife.
Whether you want to know more about helping people to make positive changes to their lives, local projects that provide support in areas such as fuel poverty or getting more active, specific topics such as drugs and alcohol, sexual health or how you can help people to look after their mental health, the Health Promotion Training Programme has something for you.
It has been 10 years since the Health Promotion Training Programme was first established and during this time our courses have enabled people to develop careers, improve their own health and wellbeing and to build the skills and knowledge to improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities across the communities that they work with. Download the evaluation of the 2014-15 training programme below.
The training programme is managed by Health Promotion Fife on behalf of Fife Health and Wellbeing Alliance but as always, relies on the commitment and contribution of a wide range of partners from across NHS Fife, the voluntary sector, Fife Council, Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, and others.
Some of our courses such as safeTALK, Health Behaviour Change and Reducing Health Inequalities can be delivered in-house to meet the needs of specific services.
To view the full list of training courses running between September 2016 and March 2017 please click here - training courses.
Download the programme as a pdf here.
Apply for a training course via the online application form.
For more information or a paper copy of the training programme, please contact email@example.com or phone 01592 226488 (NHS internal 46488)
Tel: 01592 226488 Contact Karen Stirling online