HIIC Tutor Training & Registration

Health Issues in the Community (HIIC) is a training programme which looks at issues such as health, poverty, power and social justice in a different way.

Run by tutors across Scotland, it's aimed at increasing community capacity, increasing community participation, and establishing/consolidating community development approaches to tackling inequalities in health. HIIC managed by CHEX is providing training opportunities. Check out the details below.

HIIC Tutor Training courses

The 2 day HIIC Tutor Training course is a SCQF credit rated course, 8 points at level 7, and aims to equip participants to deliver Health Issues in the Community training to a wide variety of people in a broad range of settings. Applicants should have a reasonable knowledge of community development and experience of delivering training in a community setting would be helpful. 

The Tutor Training gives participants an opportunity to find out about the pack content, how to use it, the learning methods that are used and the expectations/responsibilities of tutors.

Course fees: Depending on the organisation you work for/ are with: 

1. Statutory Organisations - £300  

2. Third Sector - £200  

3. Student/Volunteers - £100 

4. Free Bursary places for past HIIC participants who are unwaged or low paid. (limited numbers) 

The next HIIC Tutor Training Course will take place on:  

Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 March 2019 

VENUE: GCVS, the Albany Centre, 44 Ashley Street, Glasgow, G3 6DS

TIMES:  09.30 – 16.15 (both days)

This training has reach full capacity. Please get in touch if you are interested in future HIIC opportunities.

A wee bit more about the course

What you need to do to attain the tutor accreditation:

  • Fully attend and participate in the 2-day training
  • Undertake practice delivery sessions equivalent to 8 -10 hours of delivery time within 6 months of completing tutor training (extended time can be discussed the HIIC Development Manager)
  • Complete learning logs
  • Complete a briefing note for each practice development session delivered
  • A written reflective account of your learning of delivering the practice sessions.

This will all be explained in greater detail during the 2 day training. However, if you have any questions about the training please do not hesitate to contact me at Kate.mchendry@scdc.org.uk