Fit for Work and Life

Fit for Work and Life (FFWL) is a training programme delivered in collaboration with the Irish Cancer Society.  Primarily targeted at people who are unemployed, the programme comprises of 8 weekly sessions which aim to develop knowledge and skills to enhance health and well-being, and to ultimately support capacity to participate in the labour market.  The Programme covers the following topics:

  • What is Health?
  • Physical Activity
  • Healthy Eating
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol and Health
  • Reducing Your Risk and Early Detection
  • Making Changes and Sharing with Your Community

The programme is delivered by trained Facilitators from local communities.  For more information about the Fit for Work and Life Programme, go to: https://www.cancer.ie/reduce-your-risk/community/fit-for-work-and-life

In 2019, the Report on the Evaluation of the Fit for Work and Life Programme was published.  Click on the link below to download a copy.

For further information, contact:

Michelle Hannan, Community Development Officer,

T. 061 419388

E. mhannan@paulparntership.ie 

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