Health Promotion Course Participants Help Make Zero the Hero
Posted on: Tuesday, 18 December 2018 at 12:00:00 AM
A recent health promotion short course, offered through the Curtin University Public Health Unit, provided the opportunity for 25 participants from across the State to come together to further develop their skills in the planning, delivery and evaluation of health promotion projects - and show their support for the 2018 Road Ribbon for Road Safety® campaign.
Course participants shared many common social agendas, particularly in injury prevention, disease and community education; and return to their respective towns and regions with new tools and skills to help strengthen their communities.
On the final day of the course, Road Safety Advisor Cliff Simpson delivered a short presentation, asking the group to show their support for road safety in WA by wearing a road ribbon and promoting the message that we should not accept anyone should die or be seriously injured on our roads.
Pictured above: Health Promotion Short Course participants show their support for the 2018 Road Ribbon for Road Safety® campaign.
Find out how you can contribute to the vision of zero deaths and serious injuries on our roads by contacting your closest Road Safety Advisor (https://www.roadwise.asn.au/contact-roadwise.aspx).
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