This free training is being offered by CHEX in seven places in Scotland during March 2018. It is funded by NHS Health Scotland through the National Collaborative on Inequalities.
This training is aimed at people who are interested to know more about how life circumstances affect our health. The training draws on the experiences of those who are at the training and is highly participative. We are looking for a mix of people to be involved.
The training will include the opportunity to explore theoretical models such as the ‘social model of health’ and ‘taking a human rights perspective’ when trying to improve health.
Whether you work or volunteer in the Community and Voluntary Sector, the NHS or the Local Authority you should find this training interesting and useful.
In March CHEX is offering a mix of half day sessions and full day sessions in the following areas.
- Stornoway, Western Isles – Weds, 14th March, Half day
- Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Weds 21st March, Half day
- Edinburgh, Lothian, Thurs 22nd March, Full day
- Adrossan, Ayrshire, Weds 28th March, Half day
- Dumfries & Galloway, location and date TBC, Full day
Please email Alex MacDonald. Alex.MacDonald@scdc.org.uk to register your interest for a session in your area indicating which area’s training you are interests you.
Places are limited and registration will be on a first come first served basis whilst also recognising that we are looking for participants from a mix of backgrounds.
For further information, you can contact:- Elspeth Gracey by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning CHEX/SCDC Main office number 0141 248 1990.