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Evaluation website updated

7 April 2016

If you are putting time, money and effort into conveying road safety messages to any road user, you will want to know if your efforts are working. As will the people who are funding what you do - especially in the present economic climate!

The recently updated RoSPA Evaluation website will help you to understand the importance of evaluation. The E-valu-it toolkit will help road safety practitioners evaluate the interventions they have developed, understand how they could be improved, and help to use research evidence in the development of new interventions.

Road Safety Evaluation is a website designed to help everyone involved in delivering road safety education, training and publicity (ETP).

E-valu-it is an interactive tool that will help you define exactly what you are doing and why. Based on your answers to a set of questions, the toolkit will produce recommendations for how to evaluate your work, and will input the information into a report template.

When you have completed your evaluation, you can come back to the template and build on it to produce a full report.

The website includes lots of additional information and advice on road safety ETP evaluation and links to other sources of help.

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