Aims and Objectives
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Aims and Objectives of Road Safety Evaluation and E-valu-it.
- To increase and improve the measures of effectiveness of road safety education, training and publicity (ETP) by 2012.
- To improve the efficient use of road safety ETP resources.
- To increase knowledge and skills of individual users in the design and execution of evaluation plans.
- To increase evaluation capacity at an organisational level.
- To observe a 20% increase in users’ self-ratings of their ability to plan evaluations of ETP interventions.
- To observe a 20% increase in users’ confidence to conduct evaluations of ETP interventions.
- To observe a 20% increase in users’ ability to advise others on evaluating ETP interventions.
- To increase the percentage of internal evaluations conducted from 46% to 66%.
- To increase the percentage of evaluation reports completed from 79% to 95%.
- To reduce the percentage of evaluation reports only available upon request from 45% to 15%.
- To deliver a one-day workshop within the first three months of launch 1, to representatives from at least 100 different organisations.
- To recruit and retain at least one ‘E-valu-it’ champion across the UK, for a minimum of 6 months after completion of the workshops.
- To achieve take-up 2 by 25 Local Authorities/Road Safety Partnerships within 6 months of completion of the workshops.
- To achieve take-up by 10 Other Road Safety Delivery Bodies within 6 months of completion of the workshops (to include police, fire and rescue service, charities, commercial organisations etc.).
- To encourage a report completion rate of 50% of those who submit Toolkit question responses within 6 months of completion of the workshops. 3
- To encourage 50% of those who complete a report, to share their findings on E-valu-it.
- 'Launch' refers to the date when the Road Safety Evaluation website goes live
- 'Take up' refers to the completion of a set of questions for a project leading to the generation of evaluation recommendations.
- 50% of those who complete the question set within 6 months of launch will complete an evaluation report within the following 12 months