Step 1: Program Assessment
The Program Assessment is an opportunity for supervisors to assess their program’s current level of practice in each of the seven standards. Three possible ways to develop scores are:
- Complete the assessment from your own perspective
- Facilitate a discussion with your staff and develop a consensus score for each objective
- Instruct each staff member to individually assess how well the program reflects each objective and average the scores
This assessment is taken anonymously.
Step 2: Program Action Plan
After your score is calculated for each standard, your next step is to complete your Program Action Plan to increase your program’s capability to effectively practice health promotion in higher education.
Where you identify room for growth based on your scores, we encourage you to visit the related standards page(s) and go to the Learn, Observe, and Perform links where you will find key articles and documents, strategies and models used at other institutions, templates that you can use in your daily work, and more. We encourage you to explore these resources that have been handpicked by leaders in the field to assist you in crafting your department’s Program Action Plan and guide your program’s capacity-building and development.