Presentation on theme: "Healthy FE and Skills An introduction for education and training providers September 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Healthy FE and Skills An introduction for education and training providers September 2013
Contents What is it? Why do it? How does it fit with what we do already? Who does it? How do you do it? What do we get out of it?
What is it? A programme designed to improve your outcomes by promoting the health and wellbeing of learners and staff in your organisation. You build on your current health and wellbeing related activities by taking a coordinated approach. Partnership with other stakeholders such as the NHS, your local council and wider stakeholders is vital.
Why do it? Only 40% of men and 28% of women have 30 minutes physical activity at least 5 days a week (that’s the minimum recommendation for adults) About 37% of deaths from coronary heart disease are due to physical inactivity There were 8,724 alcohol-related deaths in 2007
Among 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
How does it fit? Active citizens Healthy eating Physical activity Controls on smoking Environment and health and safety Community involvement Student wellbeing Staff health and wellbeing
Programme Structure Senior Management Group Cross- Organisation Task Group Task & Finish Group NHS Partnership Who does it?
Step 7: Maintain and review Step 6: Implement and evaluate Step 5: SMART target-setting Step 4: Review provision/consult Step 3: Form project groups Step 2: Promote/raise awareness Step 1: Initial task group meeting How do we do it?
What do we get out of it? Improved staff wellbeing Reduced sickness and absence rated Increased motivation Better levels of attention from learners Participation growth Higher rates of retention Higher success rates Strong business case and potential financial savings
Ready to get going? Register at http://www.healthyfe.org.ukhttp://www.healthyfe.org.uk and go to the self-review toolgo to the self-review tool