Quit smoking services in Surrey
Know someone who needs a bit of help?
 
Quit 51 is the provider for stop smoking services in Surrey. In addition to helping people go smoke-free, they also now provide free training to practitioners who might want to support those who are trying to give up. Training takes a number of forms including:

  • Brief advice:  Quit 51 can come to staff meetings and provide a briefing on how to use the service.
  • Level 1:  This is one-hour training to learn more about how to engage with and support someone with a referral to Quit 51.
  • Level 2:  This is a two-day course to become a Stop Smoking Adviser. During the training you also complete the online National Centre for Smoking Cessation Training (NCSCT) module. On completion practitioners can offer full cessation support to young people.

    If you or your colleagues are interested or would like more information, contact graham.thomas@quit51.co.uk, or book a place for the Level 2 training online.

    This year’s Stoptober campaign starts on 1 October which encourages smokers to quit smoking for 28 days. Research shows that if you can stop smoking for 28 days, you’re five times more likely to stop for good. To find out more about Stoptober, visit the website.  
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