Free health training

Members of the public are being encouraged to take advantage of a free training course to become health and wellbeing advisers and tackle obesity issues in their community.

Members of the public are being encouraged to take advantage of a free training course to become health and wellbeing advisers and tackle obesity issues in their community.

Managed by NHS Norfolk, in partnership with NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney, the Life programme is offering people of all ages the chance to not only learn about weight management issues but to go on to advise others about healthy living messages.

Following courses in the Norwich and Yarmouth, the Life programme will now be going to King's Lynn's West Anglia College from September 14 for 17 weeks and being offered again at Great Yarmouth College from mid-November for nine weeks.


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