|3||115 (free if eligible)||1 day|
This Practical training course was initially designed to support NHS link workers but is also ideal for any organisation wanting to better engage with local communities and understand the importance of planning and delivering effective community engagement.
This training is *Free for those who work within the East Kent footprint, and it is designed to support:
*Free training has been funded through the National Lottery Community Fund's Health Equalities programme, being delivered in East Kent by Social Enterprise Kent and the East Kent Health Care Partnership.
Delegates will also receive a workbook which can be used to plan community engagement in their day-to-day roles.
If you would like to check your eligibility, please call 01227 469970 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
"Good defined distinctions between population and community. Useful practical tips on planning engagements." Mark, System Improvement Project Manager
"Honestly all of it, was not expecting as thorough a course." Lawrence, Lead Coordinator PCN
"I think it was all really helpful. I do really like the handout as it was a lot of information (not too much) so it will be good to digest in my own time." Helen, Health Inequalities and Partnerships Manager
"The detail needed to start up a community engagement project" Rebecca, Graduate Psychologist UMCPT
"The whole course was well structured and informative" Lawrence, Social Prescriber Ramsgate PCN
"Thinking about how to engage people in a positive and empowering way" Sue, PCN Focused Care Coordinator
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