After attending, and thoroughly enjoying, Engage for Change’s ‘Understanding Health and Social Care Course’, Jane Manning from World Jungle (Gloucestershire) and Ailsa from Creativity Works talked to Engage for Change about bringing their next course down to Bath and Gloucestershire. So please have a look and sign up by Monday 27th July to commence in September 2015.
Facilitation and Engagement in the Health and Social Care Environment (FEHSCE)
The course is for people who are interested in learning more about skills and techniques for engaging seldom heard groups in order to bring about improvements in health and social care. The course is suitable for anyone with an interest in or responsibility for engaging groups to improve health such as Local Healthwatch staff and volunteers, community groups, Local Authority Engagement Leads and Clinical Commissioning Group staff.
The course is delivered through a combination of online and face to face learning, an online course of study of 30 hours and a final all day session to complete assignments.
The course is accredited with the CERTA (Operating name of the Open College Network Yorkshire and Humber Region) as a 3 credit level 3 module (the academic level required is roughly that of an A level).
The final presentation days (these are full days to share your own and listen to others presentations) have been set for:
7th December: Dursley, Gloucestershire at The Chantry Centre.
8th December: Bath, The Guildhall.
Please state on your application form if you want a place on the Bath or Gloucestershire FEHSCE.
There is a £50 deposit required per learner, refundable on completion of course.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01274 256 919 for more details and to receive a copy of the application form.