Community Walking for Health Projects

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We have a range of FREE training courses for volunteers who lead walks as part of a community Walking for Health project. The flowchart below shows our suggested pathway of training to equip volunteers to lead safe, appropriate and accessible walks for inactive adults. If you are a Walk Leader who wants to do more training, find out about our courses here, or contact us at Paths for All to talk about training opportunities or take a look at our events page. If you are a project coordinator or a cascade trainer, and already know which training course you would like to book, please click the button below. If you want to find out more about becoming a Walk Leader in a local project, please click the 'find out more' button. You will be directed to one of the Paths for All Development Officers who will tell you more about opportunities in your local area.

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 walking for health training options

Walk Leader Training - delivered in your local area.
Refresher Walk Leader Course - for Walk Leaders trained more than 2 years ago.
Safety Outdoors Training - for Walk Leaders who want to improve their group management skills.
Disability Inclusion Training - a one day course to help you make your Health Walks open to as many people as possible.
Strength and Balance Workshops - will help you to promote simple exercises for older walkers to help them improve their strength and balance. There is a course for Walk Leaders in community settings (Strength and Balance community projects).

 


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