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Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Health Promotion Interventions – [12 weeks online]

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This flexible online course aims to provide you with the skills needed to plan, implement and evaluate a health promotion program. You will be introduced to relevant health behaviour theories and health promotion frameworks as well as approaches to evaluation.

Event details

The Curtin University Health Promotion short courses are suitable for those already working in the health sector, environmental health and public health planning or those wanting to move into the area and those wanting to incorporate health promotion principles into their role.

22 March - 19 June 2021
$1,200 + GST
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You will plan a health promotion intervention of your choice. A range of learning strategies (web links, podcasts, video clips) and learning activities are available for each module. An online networking forum will be available to communicate with other students and your course tutor.

There are 9 flexible learning modules to be completed in 12 weeks:

  • Module 1: An introduction to health promotion
  • Module 2: Australia’s health
  • Module 3: A social determinants of health approach
  • Module 4: Understanding health and behaviour: theory for health promotion
  • Module 5: Planning: the foundation for a successful program
  • Module 6: Strategies: delivering health promotion interventions
  • Module 7: Evaluation: measuring success
  • Module 8: Sustaining actions
  • Module 9 : Adaptive Health Promotion Planning

Please note: Participants should plan to spend approximately 3-5 hours per week on each module. There are weekly quizzes, and weekly contributions to the learning activities for each module on the discussion board. The course schedule is also set by the submission of 3 workbooks due at the end of weeks 5 (after completing module 4), week 8 (after completing modules 5 and 6), and week 12 (with completion of modules 7 and 8).

Workbooks 1 and 2 are the steps in completing a project plan with the final plan due as the workbook 3 submission. At the end of the course after the final submission participants will book in a one to one call with the course tutor to have final feedback on their project plan. Your project can be based on a current or future intervention you are working or intend to work on, and you will receive feedback and guidance with that during the course.

There is some allowance for flexibility as we are aware of competing commitments for working individuals. Some participants get behind some weeks and then catch up – while others get ahead when they have more free time. The assessments are not marked with a grade however will be given detailed feedback from the course tutor.

A certificate of completion is awarded to each participant who completes all the above tasks.

Registrations close 1 March 2021
To express interest in the next course or if you need to be considered for a late enrolment, please contact Maria Chanmugam;

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Some feedback and comments from our participants:

Well put together course, enjoyed course content, great links to materials to get you thinking”

“Learning activities were interesting, tangible (made the theoretical real), enjoyed the videos (some great existing examples), liked discussion board (seeing what everyone else is thinking).”

“Excellent support provided. Maria and Francene were amazing – interactions and emails, opportunity for communication was always there.”

“Found it interesting (Career change possibility).

The course should be compulsory for all senior staff working in the community.

Credit of Recognised Learning:

After successful completion of the Curtin University Health Promotion short course, participants interested in further studies in health promotion at Curtin University can apply for Credit of Recognised Learning. This is subject to passing an additional piece of assessment.


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