After many years of dedication to the Health and Social Care sector; programme founders Tony and Zoe Duke have decided to retire. In order to ensure that their hard work continues they have handed over their programme to NAPA.
“We are delighted to have been trusted to take on ReVitalyz. The programme is well established and highly regarded in the sector and will be a great addition to the NAPA training offer. We look forward to offering the programme from September 2020”.
Hilary Woodhead – Executive Director NAPA
“It is our pleasure to handover the ReVitalyz training programme to NAPA and are confident that it is in the best possible hands.
We have always been NAPA Champions, so it seems right that we can pass ReVitalyz onto the NAPA team who will continue to deliver it across the UK”.
Zoe Duke – Director and Founder ReVitalyz
“The programme was created from the heart and as result of personal experience.
We are proud to have trained over 4000 practitioners and reached approximately 130,000 people with care and support needs. We are happy to retire in the knowledge it will continue to be delivered and be in safe hands”.
Tony Duke – Director and Founder ReVitalyz
To mark this exciting news, we invite you to tell us why Physical activity Is Important for the wellbeing of the people you support (in no more than 200 words.) We will select at random a ‘winner’ to receive a FREE
E-Resource of Activity Ideas (worth £9.99.)
The winning entry will be shared on social media and featured in the NAPA magazine. Email Gianna : firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about The ReVitalyz – Seated Physical Activity Training Programme contact