|When||10 March at 10:00am to 4:30pm, 2017|
|Provided by||Men's Health Forum|
Whatever your current experience of working with men, the Men’s Health Forum’s one-day training course offers evidence-informed guidance on how to engage men in your programme.
Men are often considered ‘hard to reach’ when it comes to health. Not any more. Based on the latest research and best practice, the Men’s Health Forum’s one day workshop pulls the learning together into a practical, accessible package that will enable anyone working in men’s health to reach more men, interest more men and improve the health of more men.
What is it?
A one day training workshop delivered by experienced Men’s Health Forum associate trainers.
What does it offer?
The latest insight and information around the issues affecting men’s health and wellbeing and working with men and boys.
|Venue||The Rose Bowl
Portland Crescent Leeds LS1 3HB
|Learning outcomes||Participants will: ● Have a better understanding of the issues that both impact and affect the health of men and boys. ● Understand how language and attitudes around men and boys may affect their health choices and therefore health outcomes. ● Reflect on how health and social care work delivered through the NHS and local authority and aimed at men and boys engages with them. ● Explore ‘best practice’ and new thinking around Public Health engagement with men and boys. ● Explore the choices, concerns and behaviours that men and boys exhibit around their own health. ● Explore and action plan how to take this learning back to services. ● Identify how the Men’s Health Forum can provide support|
|Suitable for||Local areas, commissioners and providers and anyone who wants to empower men to engage with their health|
|How to book||Book at: https://shop.menshealthforum.org.uk/leedstraining More info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 922 7908|
10 March at 10:00am to 4:30pm, 2017