The Royal Society for Public Health has launched a new one day course for those with an interest in encouraging behaviour change to improve the health of their community or workforce.
Preventing avoidable conditions and encouraging behaviour change is an essential part of delivering an affordable health service for the future. Prevention is both better for the patient and cheaper for the provider. But do you and your team have the knowledge and skills to take this on? This course introduces participants to the new competence framework which provides a common approach against which skills can be assessed.
Designed for use at all levels, the framework enables individuals to identify gaps in their knowledge, commissioners to address weaknesses in their provision, and service providers to offer exactly what is needed.
The cost of this one day course is just £195 per participant and includes lunch, refreshments and full course materials.
Notes to editors
- The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is an independent, multi-disciplinary organisation, dedicated to the promotion and protection of collective human health and wellbeing. Through advocacy, mediation, empowerment, knowledge and practice we advise on policy development, provide education and training services, encourage scientific research, disseminate information and certify products, training centres and processes.
- The RSPH enjoys patronage of Her Majesty the Queen
- The RSPH is a registered charity
- The RSPH is the oldest public health body in the world, with over 150 years experience in protecting and promoting public health.