Health Promotion Evaluation
This micro-credential will prepare students to conduct evaluations of health promotion interventions and communicate these findings to different audiences, including policy makers, health care providers, community organisations, researchers and the general population. This will include developing skills in evaluation planning, data collection, and analysis, enabling students to evaluate current programs. It will interest individuals who wish to develop the skills and knowledge needed to design, implement, and evaluate health promotion interventions.
Upon successful completion of this micro-credential, you'll receive:
- Two PD Points
- A Certificate of Achievement
- A UWA Plus Professional Development Transcript, listing all successfully completed micro-credentials
- Delivery mode
- Course date
- 9 October 2023
- 4 weeks
- Registration closes
- 2 October 2023
- 50 hours: made up of lectures; seminars; pre-reading; preparation; and progressive assessment during the micro-credential
- Academic lead
- Dr Julie Saunders
- $880 inc. GST
- Critical information summary
- PUBHM501 Health Promotion Evaluation [PDF 245KB]
What you'll learn
Participants will be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of health promotion and evaluation concepts.
Apply knowledge of evaluation methodologies.
Design and implement an evaluation plan.
Why study this course?
This micro-credential will provide students with the foundations to understand health promotion evaluation, and apply these skills and knowledge to prepare a health promotion evaluation.
Who should study this course?
This micro-credential is available to individuals who are interested in developing the skills and knowledge needed to design, implement, and evaluate health promotion interventions. The course may be particularly suitable for: postgraduate students, policy makers, health professionals, and researchers.
What's next after this course?
This micro-credential (2PD Points) is stackable with other UWA Plus micro-credentials. Earning 6 PD Points gains credit for one unit when commencing an award course at UWA.
Enrol in a Graduate Certificate in Population Health Studies or Master of Public Health.