Sheffield Smokefree Spaces Service Smokefree Awareness Training

Training is aimed at frontline workers, volunteers and people working with families. Training covers up to date information on-

• E -cigarettes

• Shisha

• Social Norms and Smokefree

• Benefits of Smokefree environments

• The effects of secondhand smoke

• How to increase your confidence in talking to people about Smokefree Spaces making it easier for you to encourage people to make the change.

We will explore the issues surrounding social norms and smoking in the home and car, and you will learn how to discuss the issue in a sensitive and informed way, helping families make positive changes for their health.

To book your FREE place please call or email.

Lisa Harman- Health Improvement worker

Or call 0114 2134065 or 07960085403.

Burngreave Childrens centre 19 Spital St, Sheffield, S3 9LB

Wednesday 4th Feb 2015 1.30-4pm

Sheffield Smokefree Spaces Service Smokefree Awareness Training
1:30pm to 4:00pm Wednesday 4 February 2015

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