Health Improvement Training

To be completed by: Thu 17 Oct 2019

Time: -Thu 17 Oct 2019 | Venue:

There are places available on our FREE upcoming Health Improvement Training. The course is for one day a week over five weeks commencing 19th September 2019.

There are places available on our upcoming Health Improvement Training course.

Course description :

The course is for people who may need to provide evidence based nutrition messages and support  as part of their role, either on a one-to-one basis, or in a group setting, or with families and individuals in their community settings. The course also provides all the skills to be able to run Cook & Eat sessions or group healthy lifestyle programmes for children and/or adults.  For those wishing to run group courses, delivery manuals will be given out to participants at the end of the course.

The aim of the Health Improvement Training is to provide participants with basic health improvement knowledge on a number of topics including:

  • The Eatwell Guide
  • Portion sizes
  • Food labelling
  • Fats and sugars
  • Budgeting & menu planning
  • Behaviour change including solution focused support  and goal setting
  • Physical activity for health

 Target Audience:

Employees of Bradford Council and partner organisations who require basic nutrition knowledge as part of their role.  This may include staff working in health settings, schools, community centres, children’s centres etc.  The course would also be suitable for volunteers who work with members of the public.

The course is for one day a week (9.30am – 4pm) over  five weeks.  The venue is CNet Enterprise Hub, 114-116 Manningham Lane, Bradford, BD8 7JF.

The course dates are as follows:

Thursday 19th September 2019

Thursday 26th September 2019

Thursday 3rd October 2019

Thursday 10th October 2019

Thursday 17th October 2019

If you would like further information or would like to book a place on the course, please email Lydia Worton at


Published: 25/06/2019
Audience: The course is aimed at staff who may need to provide evidence based nutrition messages and support a
Contact: Lydia Worton

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