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Introduction to Public Health - one-day course

Date: 18 October 2017
Venue: London

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Price structure:

  • £350 per person affiliated to an organisation.
  • £250 per person for students** and those not affiliated to an organisation.

Book before 31 August to see if you qualify for the limited Early Bird offer* 

  • £299 per person affiliated to an organisation or £199 for students and those not affiliated. 

*The Early Bird offer is subject to availability and maybe withdrawn without prior notice before the end date

Considering a career in public health? Interested to learn more about the type of work carried out by public health consultants and specialists? Will you be applying for the training scheme soon and do you wish to know more about the process?

This October the Faculty of Public Health will be delivering a one day course introducing public health as a career. The day will be led by experienced Public Health specialists and will introduce you to the kind of work that we carry out on a day- to- day basis, the kinds of careers available in public health and how you can improve your chances of a successful appointment on the training scheme.  

For more information or an application to attend, please contact

The day will include:

Introduction to public health including a historical perspective, health improvement, research methods in public health and more!

Where and how public health consultants, specialists and practitioners work including a look at careers and the types of employers.

The process of applying for the training scheme including top tips for candidates and a chance for you to ask questions regarding the process.

An opportunity to find out about the role of public health by taking part in a communicable disease exercise.

An introduction to public health research methods e.g. qualitative and epidemiological research.

Who is this aimed at?

Those who are interested in applying for a place on the Public Health Training Scheme.

Considering a career in public health.

Non-public health trained academics.