Title Traduction des recommandations de Lisbonne dans un programme d’apprentissage électronique pour les Spécialistes en Sécurité et Santé du Travail – Promotion de la Santé au Lieu de Travail comme moyen d’atteindre une compétitivité augmentée (ELWHP)
Project Number LLP/LdV/ToI/2007/RO/013
Project Type Projets de transfert d'innovation
Marketing Text La Promotion au Lieu de Travail détermine la santé des employés.
The idea of developing a Workplace Health Promotion Course for Occupational Health & Public Health experts emerged from a Needs Analysis and the recommendations of 2 previous projects: a Europe Fund Project from 2002 and a PHARE project from 2006.
This project aims at increasing the level of knowledge in what concerns the most advanced findings in Workplace Health Promotion through a process of transferring the expertise available among institutions from 7 countries involved in WHP training at their national level.
Description The project aims at delivering an Integrated Training Course (face to face training & e-learning) for 40 experts and build a common consensus among the specialists’ community regarding the need to have workplace health promotion within the curricula of both specialties involved (Occupational Health & Public Health).
Formation tout au long de la vie
Formation ouverte et à distance
Marché du travail
Entreprise, TPE, PME
Sectors Santé Humaine et Action Sociale
Matériel pour l'enseignement
Enseignement à distance
The overall aim of the project is to create an e−learning course (ELWHP) intended for health−, OSH−, and adult educational specialists in collaboration with European partners in order to promote workplace health promotion theory and practice.
The scope will be achieved through a process of transferring the expertise available at institutions (Universities, Institutes of occupational health etc) from 7 countries (Spain, Finland, Italy, Greece, Ireland, Belgium and Poland) involved in WHP training at their national level. Each one of the institutions will bring its own experience in particular topics (such as Ergonomics, Risk Assessment, Safety, Health Promotion, Research, Workability etc) which will further on become modules of the Workplace Health Promotion Course proposed.
The operational objectives of the project are the following:
• To organize an updated & specifically crafted Workplace Health Promotion Training Course for the Occupational Health & Public Health experts
• To support the process of developing the Workplace Health Promotion domain through an information campaign developed at national level among the institutions involved in delivering training courses for health professionals
• To disseminate the content of the Training Course at European level for possible duplication according to various needs