Creative Food and Environmental Wellbeing Training

Continuing Professional Development training with creative health organisation Squash Nutrition.

Great for health, education, social care and creative professionals

Join us for a vibrant learning experience at John Archer Hall – an eco-minded community resource in the heart of the city of Liverpool. Come and visit the sunny wildflower roof-top space, see our bees in action and enjoy a cuppa amongst the fruit and veg in our container food garden. You will learn about how to create sustainable and creative provision in your work-place and with your group!

Our exciting sessions will provide you with the inspiration, knowledge, tools, resources and confidence to develop successful healthy-living initiatives and spaces within your own venues/projects. Together, we will explore and try out successful hands-on methods for engaging your participants in creative green health and well-being.


What people have fed back about their training experiences with Squash...
‘fab training; interesting, informative and fun!’
‘very inspiring’
‘...can’t wait to get started on my new plans with my group!’
‘it gave me loads of ideas’
‘really enjoyed the training, working in a team and gaining ideas’
‘well-paced and innovative!’
‘thank you for a very motivating training session’


What people have fed back about their training experiences with Squash...
‘fab training; interesting, informative and fun!’
‘very inspiring’
‘...can’t wait to get started on my new plans with my group!’
‘it gave me loads of ideas’
‘really enjoyed the training, working in a team and gaining ideas’
‘thank you for a very motivating training session’
‘thank you for a very motivating training session’

Trainees have noted that this creative nutrition training has made them more confident in their abilities to try out new healthy food and environmental activities within their settings. These sessions also help to generate new ideas and ways to successfully engage participants in healthier lifestyles and improved relationships with their environment.

What participants find most useful:

  • simple ideas to encourage people to incorporate healthy foods in to their diets
  • trying and testing easy recipes - great tasting value for money dishes
  • tips on how to run really engaging, inclusive workshops/sessions
  • practical and inventive ways to engage people with their local natural environment
  • simple container growing for any space using recycled materials
  • healthy cooking/snacking ideas to share
  • outdoor cooking
  • seed-saving

For more information on upcoming sessions please contact Clare on 0151 7077897 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it