The Elevate programme offers free online training on using community development approaches as a way to reduce health inequalities. You can watch this short video here which tells you how previous participants benefited from the training. The training is delivered over a full day, with both online and face-to-face dates depending on what suits you best. Just click here to book your place.
The training is designed for community, voluntary and statutory sectors, and includes:

  • Health inequalities in a regional and local context
  • The social determinants of health
  • Community development principles in action
  • Practical examples of action across the social determinants of health.

You do not have to be a community development practitioner or a health professional to access this training – it is suitable for volunteers, paid workers and professionals from health, housing, education, environment, welfare and local government.
You can watch this short animation which shows why understanding the social determinants of health is crucial in reducing health inequalities here if you are interested in finding out more.

If you are an experienced worker, new to this area of work or simply an interested individual, there will be something here for you.



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Online Training

Online training courses for developing capacity.