Are you working in a place trying to influence and activate change that will support communities to live active, healthier lives? Are you looking for practical approaches, models and tools that can help support this change?
Sport England have updated Putting it into Practice’, a resource co-designed with places, helping to bring to life why, how and with whom you might use them.
Sport England said: “We are continuing to hear about the ways colleagues across the country are taking a more place-based approach to tackling inactivity .
You can also take a look at:
- the recording from our ‘Exploring Whole System Approaches’ session.
- Ripple Effects Mapping, Alan Inman-Ward, Head of Insight & Intelligence at Active Gloucestershire has shared his experiences of applying Ripple Effects Mapping (REM) in a recent blog and will also be hosting an open session with James Noble, Senior Research Fellow in Applied Obesity Research at Leeds Beckett University, on 7th Nov 2-3pm.
- Capturing Value Re:valuation
- Appreciative Inquiry. Colleagues Claire Beney and Gareth Dix from Active Devon will be hosting a session on 16th Nov 2-3pm.
If you are interested in attending, either of these sessions please register your interest here firstname.lastname@example.org