The See Change programme is an innovative training programme designed to build behaviour change capability, skills and knowledge across Thames Valley, Wessex (including Dorset), Kent, Surrey and Sussex. The programme has been developed in collaboration with Public Health England South East, West Berkshire Council and Health Education England South East. It is supported by the South East Association of Directors of Public Health.
The programme will be delivered by UCL’s Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC) and will enable systems across the South East to harness the breadth and depth of academic expertise in behaviour change at UCL to address key challenges facing society.
There are four distinct parts to the training. Please click on the links to the right to find out more information.
For more details of each programme please click on the links below.
Advanced Behaviour Change Practitioner Development Training
This was a five-day online programme with the aim of developing Behaviour Change Leads in Public Health teams. It includes a nine-month development programme to support the implementation of the work in.
The training included knowledge, skills and application of the BCW framework to a range of issues within public health and hopes to provide leadership and support to behaviour change projects implemented by other teams within the region.
The programme began in September 2021 and the capacity building stages are ongoing.
Two-day Behaviour Change Practitioner Training
This will be a 2-day programme to equip the workforce with foundational knowledge and skills to be able to apply the Behaviour Change Wheel framework. It will comprise 4 modules of 2 hours each, covered over 2 days.
Dates are now confirmed as 28 March & 4 April.
The sessions will include:
– Understanding behaviour and behaviour change
– Conducting a behavioural diagnosis using COM-B
– Designing an intervention strategy
– Selecting Behaviour Change Techniques
‘Introduction to Behaviour Change’ Workshops for ICSs
To increase awareness of the value, benefits and application of behavioural science amongst to ICS colleagues. An emphasis on showcasing local examples of its use, and building a community of interest for behavioural science across the region. Webinars to be themed (e.g. mental health, prevention etc) to be decided upon in consultation with STP/ICS Prevention & Inequalities Board chairs.
The workshops will be taking place later in 2022.
MECC Trainer Behaviour Change CPD Webinars
These webinars were delivered to our South East MECC Trainers and will gave information around key topics in behaviour change such as identity, habits and motivation.
They can be viewed using the links below.
|Intro to Behaviour Change
|Michael Rolt, Clinical Psychologist, Sussex NHS Trust
|Prof Robert West, Emeritus Professor, UCL
|Dr Paul Chadwick, Associate Professor in Behaviour Change
|Dr Benjamin Gardner, Senior Lecturer, Kings College