The Association for Health Promotion Ireland has been approved by the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE) to facilitate the registration of practitioners in accordance with the processes and standards of the Global Registration System which IUHPE developed and launched in May 2016.
What is the IUHPE Health Promotion Registration System?
The goal of the IUHPE Health Promotion Registration System is to promote quality assurance, competence and mobility in Health Promotion practice, education and training globally. The System offers a voluntary process of registration of Health Promotion practitioners and accreditation of Health Promotion courses that are assessed as meeting specified competency-based criteria.
Applications for registration can now be submitted through the Professional Registration section on this site.
Exciting opportunity in the Irish Heart Foundation - Workplace Health Promotion Officer.
Closing Date: Friday 25th August 2017
Please find link here to HSE jobs for x 9 Grade VI Health Promotion and Improvement Officers (HP&IO), Health Promotion and Improvement.
A panel may be created from which vacancies throughout the National Health & Wellbeing Division in all Community Healthcare Organisation (CHO) areas will be filled (i.e. in all parts of the HSE). There are 9 posts to be filled initially. The location of the posts will be as follows: CHO 2 – Roscommon Town and Merlin Park, Galway (2 posts) CHO 6 – HSE Civic Offices, Bray Co Wicklow (2 posts) CHO 7 – 52 Broomhill Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 ( 2 posts) CHO 9 - Nexus Building, Blanchardstown (3 posts)
Please ensure you download the Job Specification, NRS04813. Additional Campaign Information as well the Application Form. All of these documents can be accessed through the link above.
Are you a change maker in your community?
Are you looking for an opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge?
Do you want to join Ireland’s network of active citizens and create long lasting change within your community?
Apply today to represent your county as an Irish SDG Advocate. The SDG Advocate programme will offer 26 active citizens an opportunity to represent their county and become the first of Ireland’s SDG Advocates through this innovative project. This training course will allow the advocates to deepen their understanding of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals, represent the project internationally and lead transformative change in each respective county.
Target group: Youth workers, NGO workers, health workers, recent/current graduates, teachers, returned volunteers, community activists etc. (This is an 18+ programme)
AHPI supports the call for the implementation of the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill in full. Alcohol harm in Ireland claims 3 lives every day and is responsible for a huge burden of ill health.
More information on the campaign can be found at www.alcoholireland.ie/campaigns/bill and on Facebook @Handsoffourhealth and Twitter #Handsoffourhealth.
Here are some of our members who work in the HSE, the Irish Cancer Society, The National Youth Health Programme and Athlone IT who are showing their support.