Training, Seminars and Events

The Service delivers a core training programme, open to all, as well as other targeted training to support particular agendas and local needs.  We host regular health inequalities seminars in the City of Edinburgh, East Lothian and Midlothian.  The Service also organises other events to support specific programmes when the need arises.

About our core training programme

Our courses and workshops cover core health promotion skills and approaches, and a variety of topics relevant to the life stages. 
  • The aims of our training are: to increase the skills and knowledge of people working in the wider field of health improvement; to provide courses that build confidence, explore attitudes and reinforce sound health promotion methodology; and to build capacity in the workforce to tackle health inequalities
  • Our courses are open to workers from all sectors, volunteers and community members
  • All courses are FREE of charge, however we reserve the right to invoice for an administration charge of £40 for non attendance without prior notice.
  • Courses are participative and involve a variety of methods
To learn more about the courses on offer, and to book your place online, please visit the Health Promotion Service Training website.
Visit the Health Inequality Seminars page to see information about our upcoming and previous seminars in Edinburgh and the Health Bites page in East and Midlothian.  Presentations from previous events are also available.
To book a place at one of the seminars go to the Health Promotion Service training website.

Last Reviewed: 02/06/2015