|1.||Critically apply high-quality planning, implementation and evaluation strategies for active living programs;|
|2.||Propose and justify processes involved in health needs assessments for a variety of settings; community, workplace, schools, target populations;|
|3.||Interrogate and recommend programming approaches that involve all aspects of a socio-ecological framework to provide holistic active living programs; and|
|4.||Argue the role and need for specific, evidence-based programs as part of a broader initiative to promote active living in a variety of known and unknown contexts.|
|ICT (Wiki, Web sites)||Wiki contribution - Large scale health campaign – critique existing social media or press advertisement/coverage (1500 words)||20%|
|Essay||Essay / Report - Critically appraise existing active living program, integrating reflection on site visits with theoretical program models (3000 words||40%|
|Presentation||Seminar Presentation of existing active living program, including audio visual ethnography and evidence-based recommendations for change (2500 words)||40%|
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