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Advanced health and wellbeing training

If you work with the community, or in a health and wellbeing role, this Advanced Health and Wellbeing course is perfect for you.

The course builds on our introductory training (see the related pages section) covering the elements and theory of public health, enabling you to understand and deliver the challenging public health agenda. 

On this course, you will gain:

  • an understanding of public health concepts and models
  • knowledge on the principles of partnership working 
  • the confidence and skills to search, understand and use data
  • knowledge on health needs assessments 
  • knowledge on behaviour change principles 
  • the ability to evaluate methodology and know how to incorporate this into  practice 
  • the skills and knowledge to debate on current issues and reflect on your personal practice by exploring the history of public health.
  • knowledge on other public health training opportunities 
The course runs over 8 months, with a half day session each month.


Each of the workshops has been assessed in relation to the level of public health competency most applicable, as taken from Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (2016), Public Health England. More detail on this can be found in the information booklet which you can access under the ‘documents’ tab below.

Places are available for only £80 per person for the whole programme.


Booking

We are now accepting expressions of interest from people wishing to attend the next Advanced Health & Wellbeing Training Programme commencing 24th January 2018. Anyone wishing to apply should complete the Expression of Interest Template found under ‘Documents’ below and email it to phforall@leeds.gov.uk by the closing date of 1st December 2017. Please feel free to contact us if you have any queries.

Click to expandCourse venue and times

The next programme commences on Wednesday 24 January 2018 at Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Leeds LS7 3NB. The first six sessions will run 9.30-1.00pm. The final two sessions will run 9.00-1.00pm.​​​​​

Click to expandCourse dates and sessions

24 January 2018 - Public Health: Past, present and future

21 February 2018 - Partnership working

28 March 2018 - How to understand and interpret data

25 April 2018 - Working with communities

23 May 2018 - How to effect change

20 June 2018 - How to measure outcomes

11 July 2018 - Increasing effectiveness

05 September 2018 – Masterclass – A celebration of participants’ learning​​​

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