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Active Dorset Supporting Individuals to Move More

A condensed course packed with information to help you encourage others to move more, including guidelines for physical activity levels, the health benefits of moving more and influencing others using behaviour change theory.

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Emma Forsyth / eforsyth@activedorset.org

Active Dorset Supporting Individuals to Move More

This course if free for all attendees.

A condensed course packed with information to help you encourage others to move more, including guidelines for physical activity levels, the health benefits of moving more and influencing others using behaviour change theory.

Who is the course for?

This course is aimed at anyone working with people who may benefit from moving more to improve their health,. The course is designed to help attendees improve their skills and knowledge about how to support and advise individuals to increase their activity levels who may experience additional barriers to moving more.

For example; any one working in any health and social care role such as social prescribers, those working in behaviour change, mental health workers, those working in social care, nurses, allied health professionals etc. The course is also suitable for any one volunteering or working in physical activity, exercise or sports environment. For example; walk leaders, run leaders, park run volunteers, sports coaches, personal trainers or exercise instructors.

Ticket sales will end Friday 17th September at 5pm.

Priority places given to people working in Dorset.

Please Note: This course was due to take place at Slades Park Pavilion, Bournemouth, but will now take place virtually.

Booking

Supporting Individuals to Move More

FREE

A condensed course packed with information to help you encourage others to move more, including guidelines for physical activity levels, the health benefits of moving more and influencing others using behaviour change theory.

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