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Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Health Promotion Interventions: 4-day face-to-face short course

20 - 23 November 2023

Curtin University School of Population Health

Registrations close 23 October 2023

Curtin University Bentley Campus

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$1,450 + gst (10% discount for AHPA and PHAA members)

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Health promotion maintains and improves the health of populations by developing skills and knowledge, working with communities, creating healthy environments, changing policy/laws to support healthy choices, and reorienting health services to meet community needs.

This face-to-face course option is ideal if you wish to build health promotion skills and knowledge quickly in a stimulating environment with the assistance of highly qualified academic staff. This course will enable you to understand the role and importance of health promotion and the broader concept of health within a community and national setting.  A social determinants of health approach underpins the course.

The Curtin University Health Promotion short courses are suitable for those already working in the health sector (roles may include, but not limited to environmental health officers, public health planning, health educators – school & community, community health roles, community development, Aboriginal Health Workers), or those wanting to move into the area and those wanting to incorporate health promotion principles into their role.

This four-day course aims to provide you with the skills needed to plan, implement and evaluate a health promotion program. You will be introduced to relevant health behaviour theories and health promotion frameworks as well as approaches to evaluation.

You will work in small groups to develop a plan for a program of your choice. This course is highly interactive, you will be given the opportunity to discuss health issues with industry experts, academics and course participants.

Course overview

Credit for recognised learning

After successful completion of the Curtin University Health Promotion short course, participants interested in further postgraduate studies in public health at Curtin University can apply for Credit for Recognised Learning. This is subject to passing an additional piece of assessment.

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