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Notices from the Health Promotion Forum: June 2021

Wednesday, June 23, 2021   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, health promotion, Training

Kia Ora and greetings Matariki: Te Tau Hou Māori, which is celebrated from 19th June to 11th July is one of our favourite times of the year and we encourage you to join in the many celebrations and events around the country. Rich with tradition and culture, what better time to gather with whanau and friends to reflect on the past, celebrate the present and plan for the future.

HPF is also heralding the start of its new financial year from 1st July, and just a polite reminder that memberships are up for renewal. We're also inviting new members to join us and make the most of the many benefits we have to offer.

We're pleased to confirm that the next Certificate of Achievement in Introducing Health Promotion (CoA) - jointly offered by Manukau Institute of Technology and HPF - is scheduled to commence in August. With such positive feedback from students who completed the course last month, this is a course you don't want to miss out on, so secure your place by registering before the end of July!

We also have more webishops lined up, focusing on topical themes in health promotion and featuring expert guest speakers from around the country and abroad. So keep your eyes peeled for webishop details and registration links which will be posted on our Facebook page and website.

We welcome submissions for job vacancies, courses, webishops and events in the field of health promotion from our members. This notice is sent out on the 20th of each month so be sure to submit your ads in plenty of time.


Read the June 2021 Monthly Notices from the Health Promotion Forum.

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