EVA provides services to local voluntary and community organisations in Enfield
People in Upper Edmonton, Ponders End, Enfield Lock, Chase, and Jubilee wards in the London Borough of Enfield have a significantly lower life expectancy than those in other parts of the Borough.
Health Champions can advise and support members of their community who live in these wards on ways to
* reduce likelihood of diabetes
* prevent high blood pressure
* avoid stroke
and help in the drive to tackle health inequality in our Borough.
Voluntary Sector Health Champions will be trained and accredited to provide information, one-to-one advice, and support to members of their community on ways to live more healthy lives.
This training provides committed staff and volunteers in local voluntary and community organisations Royal Society of Public Health Accredited Qualifications.
Understanding Health Improvement | Level 2 (2 days)
Encouraging Physical Activity | Level 2 (1 day)
Making Every Contact Count (half day) | This is an approach that utilises day-to-day interactions to encourage changes in behaviour for positive effects.
Health Champions Accredited Training will take place over 3 full days and 1 half day at Community house, 311 Fore Street, N9 0PZ.
Please be sure that you will be free for all days of the Training Programme.
February / March 2018
22nd, 23rd February (2 days), 8th March (half day, morning), 15th March (1 day).
The training is FREE of CHARGE, but your organisation will be asked to provide a £50 refundable deposit before confirmation of booking. The deposit will be refunded upon completion of the course, when a certificate of accreditation will be issued. You must attend on every date in order to receive accreditation.