Professional development

Professional development

CO-OPS contributes to building a strong workforce in obesity prevention by offering a range of professional development opportunities. Professional development activities include:

  • Face-to-face training courses
  • Online training courses 
  • Online interviews with experts in the obesity prevention field

CO-OPS professional development sessions are a great opportunity to develop practical health promotion skills, keep up-to-date with the latest research and ensure evidence-based health promotion practice.


 

Professional development resources

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If you are passionate about community-based obesity prevention, you are not alone. Join the CO-OPS network comprising health professionals, policy officers, researchers and clinicians. Registration is free and allows you to access CO-OPS resource library and forum.

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