Measuring health and well-being

17th June 2014, Manchester 

This CLES learning event will introduce participants to ways of measuring health and well-being. As local authorities take greater responsibility for public health they will be required to understand the impact practice is having on well-being. Using the findings of a five year evaluation of the Big Lottery Fund’s National well-being programme the learning will be practical and will introduce you to key mechanisms and indicators for measuring well-being.

Course fee

  • Non members – £100;
  • Non VCS members – £75;
  • Members – £50;
  • VCS members – £40

CLES members can use prepaid event days to book this course where appropriate. 

Course fees include detailed reference materials and refreshments.


12.30pm registration for 1pm start. Course ends at 4pm.