Health Promotion training is managed by the Health Promotion Service, Fife Health & Social Care Partnership. We work with a wide range of partners to develop and deliver training and receive funding and support from the Communities and Wellbeing Partnership.

The Health Promotion Training Team produce an annual programme which features a wide range of free training and is an opportunity to invest in our workforce through up-skilling and providing a space to share, reflect on and develop best practice. To do this we work closely with many of our voluntary and public sector partners to develop and deliver training courses and see it as a great opportunity to share local expertise, knowledge and information.


Training courses are open to all public and voluntary sector workers in Fife as well as staff members from workplaces affiliated to the Healthy Working Lives project.


The majority of our trainers are Fife based workers who are willing to share their knowledge and expertise through the delivery of training.


Most of our training courses are interactive face-to-face workshops. We also offer blended learning courses which involve both online eLearning and face-to-face sessions. We have recently introduced some training sessions using a virtual platform.

Further information

For further information email the Health Promotion Training Team - [email protected].

Health Promotion Training Programme Phase 1, September 2020-March 2021.

The Health Promotion Training Team are please to share with you Phase 1 of our training programme which is about to start.

As a Training Team, we are pleased to be able to offer this new and exciting Phase 1 Programme of training and hope that practitioners from across all sectors find that many of the courses increase their knowledge, skills and confidence as they navigate their way through these challenging and uncertain times.

Since lockdown the Training Team have been looking at how we deliver sessions through a virtual platform and have worked collaboratively with many trainers, colleagues and organisations to bring this to fruition. As a result, we have a number of exciting and innovative virtual workshops practitioners can sign up to as well as a number of online eLearning modules. All of these courses make up the Phase 1 Programme.