Make Every Opportunity Count in Greenwich (MEOC) e-learning Training
Every day, staff and volunteers across the borough are talking to local people (in their roles and personal lives) who are facing all sorts of issues and challenges.
Make every opportunity count is about knowing when, where and how to signpost residents to free, local services and support for help with issues they may be facing.
This training will help you…
- Consider important health and wellbeing issues for our local residents.
- Raise awareness of key messages, information and local services that can support local residents’ (and possibly your own) health and wellbeing.
- Explore when and how to have helpful and supportive signposting conversations with residents related to the above. In Greenwich we call this “making every opportunity count.”
Who is the training for?
Anyone working or volunteering in Greenwich can complete this free Make Every Opportunity Count Training written by staff from the Royal Borough of Greenwich Public Health and Wellbeing Team. Even if you already signpost as part of your role, this training can refresh your knowledge and confidence.
Over 1,000 people in the borough from a range of roles have completed a version of this training so far, so why not become one of them?!
How do I access the training?
Please register by completing the form below and click the ‘Submit’ button to access the training.
To request face-to-face training for specific staff/volunteer groups, please email:
Everyone who completes the training can request a certificate and local signposting resources.