Who is the training is for?
This training is appropriate for anyone that talks to people about Covid-19 or related issues. They could be frontline workers, volunteers, Covid-19 health champions or simply people that are happy to help.
Covid-19 continues to impact us all in Camden and Islington. Whilst many legal measures taken in response to the pandemic have gone, Covid-19 is still circulating in our communities. In addition, the pandemic has taken its toll on many residents and created challenges to overcome during this recovery period. These issues are addressed in this online course.
By the end of this training participants will be able to:
- Understand the range of factors that influence residents’ decisions about key issues
- Be ready to engage residents about difficulties arising from the pandemic
- Know and be comfortable with a range of conversational skills to support these discussions
- Have access to resources for self-help and signposting
With its strong emphasis on core conversational and communication skills, the course also provides excellent foundation-level training.
Each session runs for 2hrs, covering the following 5 modules:
- What is MECC? - Opportunities for person-centred conversations
- Covid recovery - Key issues affecting people
- Good conversations - What are they like?
- How to make every contact count - Ask – Assist - Act
- Resources - Self-help and signposting
Courses are flexibly designed for participants in a highly interactive online Zoom environment. On completion of a short post-course evaluation form, participants will receive a Royal Society of Health (RSPH) completion certificates.
Full instructions on how to join the session on Zoom will be sent out 24-48 hours before the course.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org:
- To arrange for bespoke sessions for your team.
- If the session is fully booked and you would like to be placed on our waiting list for the next available session.