Evaluation Toolkit

Activity, Program or Project: One-time

For one-time events, information session, activities, programs or initiatives

We suggest a survey to understand change in Awareness, Knowledge and Behavioural Intent. 

The Microsoft Word template provided has pre-populated questions that measure Awareness, Knowledge and Behavioural Intent. Use these as the starting point for your survey. Edit these questions to create a custom survey that suits your project and/or add additional questions. 

Assessing participants' current level of awareness about resources available to them in the community for health and wellbeing allows identification of any gaps in communications and ensures that supports and services address specific community needs.

Measuring participants' knowledge helps evaluate the effectiveness of an initiative. By tracking changes in knowledge, one can determine if there has been an impact on participants' understanding of healthy lifestyles.

Lastly, evaluating participants' behavioral intent is equally important. Understanding their intention to adopt healthy behaviours, such as regular physical activity or dietary changes, provides insights into the impact of initiatives beyond an increase in knowledge.

For Online Surveys

Our surveys are meant primarily to be printed for in-person sessions. If you are planning to deliver them online, you can use our surveys as an easy way to map out your online version.

The goal of the toolkit is to provide users with a structured set of questions. These questions can easily be used in the online survey tool of your choice. This will save time by having all the questions built out beforehand.

For more help in converting the Microsoft Word template to an online survey, click here. 

Need Additional Help?

Looking for help on assessing your initiative or additional help around the AHCA? Connect with one of our Community Coaches for a personal session.