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Online Healthy Streets Foundation training course

Wednesday, June 15, 2022   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Courses, healthy cities, urban design

This international online training has been completed by close to 300 practitioners in Australia, New Zealand and Europe over the last two years and achieves a 95% approval rating. On completion of the course, you can join the register of Healthy Streets practitioners and the network of Healthy Streets Alumni.

The course comprises 6 models and runs over 6 weeks. For each module there is a 2-hour seminar on a Wednesday morning (9 to 11am), a 1 hour preparation task to complete in your own time during the week and then a 1 hour tutorial on the subsequent Tuesday morning (9am to 10am). Sessions are held on Zoom.

Dates: Wednesday 31st August to Tuesday 11th October 2022.
Times: Seminars from 9am to 11am on Wednesdays, and tutorials from 9 to 10am on Tuesdays. All times are in New Zealand times and take account of the clocks changing to Daylight Saving Time on 25th September 2022.
Location: Online viz Zoom.
Cost: £500 (+VAT if applicable) - approximately NZ$970. You can choose to be invoiced before, during or after the course.

This course is recommended for officers, elected members, consultants and advocates and is limited to 15 participants. So email training[at] now to secure your spot.

You need to include in your email a confirmation that you can attend every session of the course and that you will make time to complete your preparatory task each week. It is mandatory for all participants to attend every session. It is your responsibility once you have booked a place to attend every session.

Find out more about the Healthy Streets online foundation training course.

Each week of the course will cover a different module to cover each aspect of delivering the Healthy Streets Approach:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Healthy Streets;
  • Module 2: Healthy Streets as a framing mechanism;
  • Module 3: Communicating Healthy Streets;
  • Module 4: Measuring Healthy Streets;
  • Module 5: Embedding Healthy Streets in systems; and
  • Module 6: Prioritising and capacity building.

By the end of the course each participant will have developed their own action plan of practical next steps:

All sessions are interactive throughout. Participants will need to be sitting somewhere quiet with a good internet connection, functioning camera and microphone. Participants will be expected to raise and respond to questions in all sessions.