Training for Frontline Workforces


Yellow Brick Road Projects have been commissioned by Health Education England to deliver MECC (Making Every Contact Count) Healthy Conversation Skills to Hampshire professionals working in front line roles.

What is MECC?

Making Every Contact Count (MECC) is a behavioural approach which enables individuals to use a different approach to working with people to address health and wellbeing. It’s about altering the way we interact with people to improve the self-efficacy of individuals in order to help them identify ways to improve their wellbeing.

What is the Training?

MECC Lite training is a 3-hour virtual interactive training session in which you will discover:

• How you can support someone to explore their own health and wellbeing

• How using more effective responses can help people find their own solutions

• How you can support someone to think about their own behaviour change plan

Who is it for:

This practical skills development training is for front line workforces who interact with the public and have an opportunity to support health and wellbeing. This training has been delivered to a range of workforces including doctors, nurses, AHPs, housing, libraries, job centres, social care and many more.

The training is very participatory and draws on trainees own experiences and beliefs. Each session is tailored to the trainees needs and helps facilitate them to identify opportunities in their own roles to use the skills gained from the course.

If you would like to book your place on the course please select a link below.

11th Feb 9.15 – 12.30p.m.

3rd March 9.15 – 12.30 p.m.

9th March 12.45 – 4 p.m.

Kind regards


Chief Operations Officer

M: 07538 236614


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