Health promotion Devon

About us and how we work

Health Promotion Devon works with organisations and employers to support the improvement of health and wellbeing. We provide nationally accredited training courses.

Mental Health First Aid ( – Half day, One Day and Two Day adult and youth courses.

Royal Society of Public Health ( wellbeing courses – Understanding Health Improvement; Understanding Behaviour Change and many more.

We can also provide bespoke courses to meet organisation requirements including Motivational Interviewing, 5 ways to Wellbeing, Making every Contact Count – Healthy Conversations.

‘Great course delivered in a way that made it meaningful with transferable skills to use in many situations – including with myself!’

‘A very well presented, thought provoking day.  I will be recommending this at work for others to participate in.  Thank you’

We can also provide very cost effective, bespoke solutions around employee or organisational health.  We can provide employee health checks, health awareness days, group challenges (step challenge, wider physical activity or weight loss) or we can provide advice and support about developing wellbeing strategies.


What is health promotion and wellbeing?

Health promotion is about helping people and communities to gain more control over their lives and improve their overall health. Health Promotion works through enabling and empowering people and communities to make positive changes. It is concerned with encouraging people to take action about their health.

Wellbeing is concerned with fulfilling our potential, having meaning in life and feeling that our lives are worthwhile. It’s about how happy and confident we are and what we think about ourselves; how capable we are to problem-solve and how resilient we are in dealing with problems and stress; and about the kind of relationships we have with our family, friends, work colleagues, and neighbours.

Want to know more?  Contact our training lead Judi Thomas: or 07824 596885


Health Promotion Devon Facebook page –

Last updated: March 19, 2019