The Centre for Wellbeing are pleased to announce the latest offering as part of the ‘Self-Referral’ programmes they have to offer.
This does not require any kind of referral or attendance via Occupational Health, meaning that anyone and everyone can access it without the need for a referral.
The ‘Self-Referral’ pathway relies on advertising rather than clinical referrals; therefore we would appreciate your support in spreading the word.
EatWell can be utilised as a personal opportunity to upskill nutritional knowledge and improve habits but may also be useful as an offering for anyone looking for nutritional support for their team.
What is EatWell?
EatWell is the Centre for Wellbeing’s latest offering to help you improve your wellbeing.
With bitesize videos that can be watched in your own time at your own pace, this is a great way to improve your understanding of nutrition and make some healthy changes.
How do I complete it?
EatWell lives on our self-referral platform Totara and is broken down into modules.
Each module has multiple bitesize videos.
After each module there are a few questions to give you a chance to check your understanding, but this is not a test.
Who is it for?
This is beneficial for everyone to learn more about their nutritional habits and ways they can improve.
The information is created and delivered by the CfW’s in house nutritionist, Christian Smith.
How long do I have to complete it?
Don’t worry, once you start the course you will have 6 months to complete.
If you do not complete in this time you simply have to re-enrol yourself.
Do I get anything for completing it?
Totara provides badges and certificates for completion of courses.
A reward system is being developed to reward those who engage in an accumulated number of courses.
Who monitors it?
The course is not monitored, but contact details are provided and you are welcome to get in touch with the team if you have any questions at any point.