Become a Community Health Champion
Community Health Champions are volunteers who promote healthy lifestyles by inspiring others to take a more active role in their health.
Community Health Champion training runs 3 times a year, 2 mornings a week for 7 weeks. The role requires a minimum commitment of 2 hours per week, for a period of 6 months.
You can become a Community Health Champion if you are a patient of St. Paul’s Way Medical Centre or if you live in the local area.
What you’ll be doing
Patients of St. Paul’s Way Medical Centre and people who live in the local area can become Community Health Champions.
You will be invited on to a 6 week training course where you will learn about how to stay healthy and support others to lead healthy lives. You will also receive a Level 2 public health qualification. Once training is completed, you will have an opportunity to use these skills to help improve the health of the local community. As a volunteer, you will gain knowledge and skills.
The next cohorts run from:
- 21st Jan – for 8 weeks on Monday and Wednesday mornings, 10.00-1.30 at St Pauls Way Medical Centre, and
- 13th May – for 8 weeks on Monday and Wednesday mornings, 10.00-1.30 at St Pauls Way Medical Centre
To find out more about what it means to be a Health Champion, watch the stories of Kaziz, Karen and Syed and get in touch.