Western Trust Offers free training courses to those who deliver health improvement programmes
08 Aug 2018 2:05 PM
The Western Trust are offering free training courses for people who live and work in the Trust area to deliver health improvement programmes. The Western Trust's Health Improvement, Equality and Involvement Department, have published their latest training brochure. This brochure offers free training courses taking place right across the Trust between September 2018 and March 2019. As a department, they target health inequalities within the West and aim to improve the health and wellbeing of all people who live and work within the Trust area. The service works directly with staff and the public, as well as in partnership with other statutory, voluntary and community organisations. The Trust aims to build on the skills and capacity of people to deliver quality, effective health improvement programmes; co-ordinate and facilitate health improvement activities and provide information and advice. This brochure outlines the various training courses on offer relating to the health and wellbeing agenda. Some of the courses available include Choose to Lose, Digital Safeguarding, Falls Prevention and Mental Health First Aid. If you would like to register to attend any of the training, please complete and return the application form available here:
http://www.westerntrust.hscni.net/pdf/HIEI%20Training%201819.pdf If you are applying for Cook-it you must have completed a Cook-it Application form (available via the link on the page). All applications for training can be returned to: email@example.com or via post to the address below. Training Team Health Improvement, Equality and Involvement Department Western Health and Social Care Trust Maple Villa Gransha Park Derry, BT47 6WJ Telephone: 028 7186 5127 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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