Free training on health literacy & family learning: Meath Partnership
Meath Partnership are delivering free training for adult educators on health literacy and family learning.
This training is part of our Erasmus+ Project called Health@Home where a consortium of international partners developed a series of educational materials for families to encourage their learning on the topic of health literacy. This resulted in the development of health related comics for smaller children, WebQuest challenge activities for teenagers and a manual for parents.
In this training programme, you will gain insights in how to support parents in challenging times, you will develop a thorough understanding of key concepts such as family learning and health literacy, but you will also develop your storytelling skills and learn more about how to use enquiry-based learning in your educational practice. As a result, you will have gained confidence and competency to deliver our Health@Home family learning course for parents to groups you work with.
Training programme details:
This 4-session training programme covers online sessions combined with offline assignments on the following topics:
Tuesday May 4th: 10 AM – 1 PM Online Session
- Supporting parents in healthy living as a family
Wednesday May 5th: 10 AM – 1 PM Online Session
- Supporting parents in times of COVID
Thursday May 6th: 10 AM – 1 PM Online Session
- The Health@Home Project and educational materials
Tuesday May 11th: 10 AM – 1 PM Online Session
- Impact and Reflection on your practice
This training is being delivered by Margaruete Kirwan, a lecturer and practitioner in the areas of Narrative Practice, Trauma Sensitive Practice and Pupil Care.
At the end of the training, participants will receive a certificate of attendance and access to all resources developed.
Please note there’s only 15 places available on this free programme. Therefore, we kindly ask everyone who is interested in participate to express their interest through this form by the close of business on Friday the 23rd of April, 2021. Preference will be given to those working with families.
If you have any further questions, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. 046 9280790