Gifting the Bookbug baby and toddler bags: Awareness sessions for health staff

This training session is designed to support health staff in their role of gifting the Bookbug Baby and Toddler Bags to families as part of the Universal Health Visiting Pathway.

Course aims and objectives

This course will:

Course details

Course Length: 1 hour

Cost: Funded

Delegate Numbers: Flexible. This session can be delivered to Health Visiting teams or to large groups as part of health board CPD days.

Eligibility Criteria: 

Delegates must be involved with gifting the Bookbug Baby or Toddler Bags to families.

Applying for a Bookbug training course

Check back in September for details of all the Bookbug training sessions taking place across Scotland in autumn 2019, and apply for a place! Anyone who meets our eligibility criteria for the course is welcome to apply for any of these training sessions.

Sign up for our regular Working with Bookbug newsletter to be notified when training dates are released.

Please note, in order to make best use of our funding, we are only able to offer a very limited number of in-house training sessions for specific groups of professionals, in certain geographical locations. We would strongly encourage organisations who would like their staff to be trained to apply for places in one of our open training sessions.

Comments

"Transforming the health and wellbeing of Scots is the single most important thing we can do and at the heart of that process is doing things for children, getting children off to the best possible start in life. The Bookbug programme is a critical part of it. Getting children to read and getting parents reading to children and sharing that experience will have a very significant impact on their future health and wellbeing."

Sir Harry Burns, Professor of Global Public Health, Strathclyde University