Healthy Together Achievement Program
The Achievement Program is a Healthy Together Victoria initiative recogniing achievements in promoting health and wellbeing and supporting the development of healthy environments for learning, working and living in:
- schools and early childhood education and care services
- workplaces and workforces, and
- local communities.
How to participate
Victorian primary schools, early childhood education and care services, workplaces and workforces are invited to register to participate now. The process is simple; click on the relevant link below to find out how, why and what’s involved.
- Achievement Program for primary schools
- Achievement Program for early childhood education and care services
- Achievement program for workplaces and workforces
Consultation with secondary schools was completed in December 2012 and will inform rollout of the Achievement Program in secondary school settings statewide in 2013.
How can health and community professionals get involved?
A Health and Community Professionals Network has been established to strengthen community partnerships to support local uptake and implementation of the Achievement Program. The network can assist health and community professionals to connect with early childhood services, schools and workplaces participating in the Achievement Program in their local area.For further information on how you can be involved call the Achievement Program team at CEIPS on 1300 721 682 or email email@example.com
The Centre for Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science (CEIPS) is implementing the Achievement Program on behalf of the Department of Health. For further information on how you can be involved call the Achievement Program team at CEIPS on 1300 721 682 or email firstname.lastname@example.org