The objective of this qualification is to provide learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills to promote the health and wellbeing of individuals, groups and communities so that people can make improvements and changes to their lives by positive behaviour change or by adopting activities and practices that will have a positive effect on their physical and mental health and wellbeing.
The qualification will enable learners to carry out conversations and consultations with individuals, groups and communities to help them to identify their priorities in relation to their health and wellbeing, and to support them in recognising those factors that might be affecting their health and wellbeing
This qualification will be appropriate for individuals active in a number of roles such as: health trainers, care navigators, health and wellbeing advocates, social prescribing link workers, health mentors, health coaches, and wellbeing support workers, champions and connectors.
It is also suitable for those working in a health champion or related role such as community workers, health advisors or in the wider public health workforce who are wishing to progress their career in this area.
For learners: see below for your nearest centre. Centres are listed alphabetically - to find the centre nearest to you, please use the location finder.
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Centres offering this qualification
5 centres offering this qualification