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Experiential Based Facilitation Training for Health and Wellbeing in the Youth Sector

The National Youth Health Programme (NYCI), in partnership with the HSE and Waterford Institute of Technology are delighted to bring a unique training opportunity to the youth sector – Experiential based facilitation training for health and well-being to support the delivery of SPHE and other life skills courses to young people.

Social, personal and health education (SPHE) is widely acknowledged as a critical programme in addressing the social, personal and health issues of many populations including the health needs of young people. The programme subscribes to a holistic view of health and wellbeing. The training complements the objective of youth work, to ‘support the development, health and wellbeing of young people, helping them create and maintain supportive relationships’.
This exciting new project forms part of a wider research project exploring the delivery process and the effect of Experiential Based Facilitation Training for Health and Wellbeing.

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This training is now full.