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Evaluation Toolkit

4 April 2013

An on-line toolkit funded by the UK DfT is available for use in all countries.

The principle of E-valu-it is simple. Users are asked a series of questions about their intervention, the issue(s) it's meant to address, its aims and objectives and a few other details. E-valu-it will then provide recommendations for carrying out an evaluation of the intervention, plus a template for recording the data collected during the evaluation, which then becomes the Final Evaluation Report once it is completed.
Once an Evaluation Report has been completed, users will have the option of publishing it on the website to share their experiences and findings with colleagues in the UK, and around the world.

The main target audience for 'E-valu-it' is local road safety professionals, including those from local authorities, emergency services and charities. However, anyone is free to use E-valu-it. For example, employers may find it useful to evaluate their initiatives to improve their company's at-work road safety initiatives.
 

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