This template helps the local authorities to systematize  the  datacollection in a project on national level, local level and academic  level. The primary aim of the datacollection is to gather good and inspiring examples of ‘best practice’.

2017-08-18

The Traffic Light Matrix is a tool that focuses on the links between a specific sector and it’s strategic importance for the region. This adapted version of the tool focuses specifically on the health sector and it’s level of investment, employment and other economical issues.

2017-08-17

This mapping tool pursues the objective to assess local/ regional health authority’s health competencies, such as analytic skills, planning, programming & evaluation, and skills in relation to the creation of local and/or regional partnerships. The document furthermore includes a report that covers the experience gathered through the development and pilot testing of the tool.

2017-08-17

Brainstorming

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Brainstorming can be an effective way of generating lots of ideas on a specific issue and then determining which ideas constitutes the best solution. This document shows the step by step process.

2017-08-17

When you're going to define a preliminary strategic plan for a project or plan actions in the project, a useful technique is a briefing workshop. This tool shows how to organize such a working session.

2017-08-17

The Ladder of Participation contains eight steps, each step representing increasing degrees of pupil participation and different forms of cooperation with adults. The tool can be used to plan Children's participation in an activity or project. See the good practice example.

2017-08-03

Community profiling involves building up a picture of the nature, needs and resources of a community with the active participation of that community. It is a useful first stage in any community planning process to establish a context upon which there is broad consensus. The methods combine group working and group interaction techniques with data collection and presentation techniques.

2017-08-03

This tool can be used to kick start a regional development process and can structure the dialogue and help participants to think out of the box for a moment. The document describes the methodology of Scenario Planning.

The example of good practice shows how a project used Scenario Planning as a methodology. It shows the comments that were made during the scenario planning interviews.

2001-11-30

Investigation Tool

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Template to carry through the desk research and the interviews with Key Persons in local authorities. To be used as a first guideline when you start working with the municipality

2001-11-30

The HEPS teacher-training programme is a train-the-trainers programme that can be used to train teachers on promoting healthy eating and physical activity. The Teacher Training Resource contains information and activities to support the introduction of a whole-school approach to healthy eating and physical activity in schools.

2001-11-30

The IVAC Approach

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The Investigation-Vision-Action-Change (IVAC) model provides a framework for the development of healthpromoting strategies that ensure that the insight and knowledge that pupils acquire during the project is action-orientated and interdisciplinary and, therefore, conducive to the development of action competence.

2001-11-30

This advocacy guide aims to influence the direction of policy regarding the promotion of healthy eating  and  physical  activity  through  the  health  promoting  school  approach. It offers information with regards to the ‘why', 'how', 'with whom' and 'when' steps to successfully support the implementation of the HEPS Guidelines.

2001-11-30
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