New training date: Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 January 2020

Location: London

Following previous sell out events, we are offering a further rare opportunity to access a place to train as a Multi-Agency iHV Champion for Perinatal & Infant Mental Health via our highly acclaimed integrated programme.

The programme is a 2-day course which will cover a wide and updated programme content supported by contemporaneous evidence and policy underpinning practice.

This training has been specifically designed to support an onward cascade across a multi-agency audience to ensure that all staff working alongside mothers and their families perinatally can access awareness training.

Don’t miss out..bookings open now!

Cost: £425 non-member, £395 iHV members
(Fee includes: Trainer Pack, Access to resources for training for 2 years, lunch and refreshments on 2 day programme)


Any queries, please contact us at: [email protected] or by phone on: +44 (0) 207 265 7352

Further to demand, we are delighted to announce new dates for the Healthy Weight Healthy Nutrition Champions training schedule:

  • 12/13 Jan 2017 – Leeds
  • 9/10 Feb 2017 – Antrim, Northern Ireland

Building upon existing knowledge, we explore why good nutrition matters across the lifespan, the significance of supporting women to eat well during pregnancy, as well as how HVs can influence and promote optimal and responsive infant feeding practices. You will also have the opportunity to examine more complex issues of allergies, fussy feeding, safeguarding and nutrition, the relationship with activity levels and overweight and obesity.

Our Champions programme equips participants to take on leadership / special interest roles as well as cascading Healthy Weight Healthy Nutrition training updates to colleagues within their organisation. This is a cost-effective method of ensuring the workforce has access to up-to-date evidence-based knowledge and skills to support practice in this important public health subject area and additionally represents an excellent development opportunity for health visitors.