Presentation on theme: "Healthy FE Getting started This presentation has been put together for use by FE providers who are introducing Healthy FE Getting started."— Presentation transcript:
Healthy FE Getting started This presentation has been put together for use by FE providers who are introducing Healthy FE Getting started
Contents: What is it ? Why do it ? How will we do it ? Who is involved ? When will it be completed ?
What is Healthy FE? A programme focused on addressing the health and wellbeing needs of staff and learners. It looks to build on current health and wellbeing related activities through adopting a coordinated approach. Partnership with other stakeholders such as the PCT, local authorities and wider stakeholders is required.
Why adopt Healthy FE? 40%of men and 28% of women meet the minimum recommendations for physical activity in adults (at least 30 minutes of activity on at least 5 days a week). Approximately 37% of deaths from coronary heart disease are due to physical inactivity. There were 8,724 alcohol-related deaths in of children of aged 5–16 years 9.6 per cent had a clinically recognisable mental disorder 5.8 per cent had a conduct disorder 3.7 per cent have emotional disorders, anxiety and depression, 1.5 per cent had hyperkinetic (hyperactive) disorders
Why adopt Healthy FE in to your organisation Improved staff wellbeing Lower rates of sickness absence Increased levels of motivation Better levels of attention from learners Participation growth Higher rates of retention Success rates increase Potential financial savings
Ways to incorporate Healthy FE College awareness Active citizens Controls on smoking Healthy eating Environment Community involvement Student wellbeing Physical activity Staff health and wellbeing
Programme Structure Senior Management Group Cross- Organisation Task Group Task & Finish Group PCT Partnership
Steps to getting started Step 1: Initial task group meeting Step 2: Promote/raise awareness Step 3: Form project groups Step 4: Review provision/consult Step 5: SMART target-setting Step 6: Implement and evaluate Step 7: Maintain and review