The ‘Prevention and Lifestyle Behaviour Change: A Competence Framework’, was developed in Yorkshire and Humber in 2010. The aim of this Framework was to support staff and organisations in the delivery of MECC and to enable a common approach to delivery. Although it goes back some years, it is still useful as it describes the competences required by the workforce to enable them to develop their skills in addressing the health and wellbeing needs of the local population. Commissioners may find it useful for identifying the levels of workforce delivery required to address local priorities and it can enable providers to identify workforce competencies, source appropriate training and ensure the right workforce has the right skills in the right place.
Prevention and Lifestyle Behaviour Change: A Competence Framework
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