Making Every Contact Count

Venue
Badminton Road G12, Badminton Road
venue
Event Tutors
HR Workforce Development
tutors
Admin Contact
. Public Health Training (publichealthtraining@southglos.gov.uk)
Target Audience
CAH Staff / Health Practitioners / Housing Association / Pharmacy Staff / Social Care Staff
target audience
Event Types
Course (daytime)
Course categories
Adult Social Care / Children and Young People / Public Health & Wellbeing
Adult Social Care subcategories
Adult Mental Health / General Adult Social Care / Learning Difficulties / Older People / Safeguarding Adult
Children and Young People subcategories
Children's Social Care / Early Years / Safeguarding Children / Sexual Health and Relationships / Single Assessment Framework (Early Help)
Public Health & Wellbeing subcategories
Adult Obesity / Ageing Well / Childhood Obesity / Childhood Poverty / Drugs and Alcohol / Early Years and School Health / Emergency Planning / Food / Getting Active / Health Protection / Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing / NHS Health Check / Relationships and Sexual Health / Smokefree
Event description
Making Every Contact Count is an approach that uses the millions of day to day interactions that organisations and individuals have with people to support them in making positive changes to their physical and mental health and wellbeing. Rather than telling people what to do Making Every Contact Count is about recognising opportunities to talk to people about their wellbeing using the skills of asking and listening. Making Every Contact Count is not intended to add to busy workloads. The course signposts to appropriate VSCE organisations and their available training
Learning outcomes
You will leave with some more Brief Intervention knowledge and the concept behind it is enhancing the conversations we have.
Start Date
Thursday 21 February 2019
End Date
Thursday 21 February 2019
Closing Date
Wednesday 20 February 2019
Times
10:00 - 12:00
Maximum Places
15 
Cost
£0.00 
Number of Sessions
1
Certificate expiry
No
Pass/Fail event
No