Project ID - TIS001438
Community Health and Wellbeing Promotion. Year 2 students on the BSc Consumer Management and Food Innovation will create online resources to deliver four health workshops to local schools.

There is 30 places on this project and 4 places left

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Project offered at

Ulster University Coleraine
BT52 1SA


Philip Turbitt

Student Skills

Consumer Management and Food Innovation Yr2 students

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Enhanced knowledge of health and wellbeing.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Enhanced communication and presentation skills. Experience of working in a school environment. Enhanced soft skills. Enhanced team working skills.

Extra Information

The aim of this campaign is not only to engage the pupils in the health campaigns, but to offer outreach and information to parents on nutritional areas such as reducing sugar in the diet/impact of energy drinks; how to reduce fats and sugar in particular focusing on snacking and on the go eating; the importance of breakfast and making time and finally how to link a healthy diet to exercise during the school or working week. This will link in with emotional wellbeing and promote self-esteem.

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