Public health Training
Embracing an innovative approach to public health with design thinking, theory of change, applied psychology, and equity, diversity and inclusion, we combine methods to deliver unique training.
Develop new ways to look at problems
Design Thinking Training
We offer courses in design thinking for all ages. Designed for groups of five to ten, these encompass 12 hours of training time, one to one support, and a guest expert-led seminar. There are two pathways, a two-day intensive training course or over two months with weekly evening sessions.
Transform how your company thinks
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Training
We offer a two-hour training session for small groups of up to eight. We design the sessions to helps you understand what equity, diversity, and inclusion mean through the lens of public health. Thus, assisting participants in appreciating how their organisation can foster wellbeing.
Together We Build Dreams
When you invest in our training , we bring purpose, spending the income generated on helping young people develop public health skills through our Pathfinders programme.
Gen Z Pathfinders Programme
Was the training helpful? 100% Agree
In early 2021, we created a pilot for a UK-focused programme. We developed an innovative co-creation approach, promoting public health preparedness. The approaches we use:
- Evidence-based psychology
- Design workshops
- Systems thinking
- Participants led sessions
- Project management
We are looking for Pathfinder Patrons to support our training so that tomorrows leaders can design solutions today. Email your enquiries to email@example.com.
The structure of the design workshops were great at helping to narrow focus on quite an overwhelming topicEster Ogun, 20
It gave me a sense of awareness. My confidence level has gone up. I now think more clearly. It has helped me in the long termJohn Hill, 21
The Pathfinders Programme provides a platform for us to determine the future of public healthZoë Stockton, 23
Voice of the Future
In late 2020, we surveyed 18 to 26 year olds in the UK (Gen Z) about public health and COVID-19. We published the results in a report, Voice of the Future: Listening to Gen Z on Covid-19, Mental Health, Education, Work, and Misinformation. They said:
I am more concerned about poorer countries? 85% Agree.
I have had access to the support you need? 50% say No.
I believe misinformation is a critical challenge today? 96% Agree.
- Is there a need for our charity? 72% Agree.
“This timely report reflects diverse young people’s concerns about public health during the pandemic…”
Dr Anna Carlile, Goldsmiths, University of London.
The report identified a clear need for further research and investment to help Gen -Z adapt to a rapidly changing environment with the complex challenges that will have an enormous bearing on their future.