Cycling Scotland Conference Love Cycling – GO DutchThe National Implementation Plan for Physical Activity November 2012
Background• The Case for Physical Activity ü• Levels of PA required ü(Start Active Stay Active 2011)• National 2022 Target ü• Actions required to achieve these levels ü• Lets Make Scotland More Active 2003 (reviewed Feb 09 & Feb 10)• Toronto Charter (May 2010)• Seven Investments that Work for PA (Feb 2011) ü • Whole School, Transport, Urban Design, Primary Care, Media, Settings and Sport• Partnership Call for Partnership Actions - Scottish Charter (November 2011)• National Implementation Plan for Physical Activity
Current Position – The Plan• Appraisal of Policy, Strategic and Delivery Papers• Outcomes Framework• 5 Delivery Areas: - • Environment (Transport, Planning, Natural & Built Environments) ü • NHS ü & Care Settings • Education Settings ü • Workplace Settings • Sport & Active Recreation ü• Actions Across Life-stage & Population Groups• Support Strands: - • Communications & Media • Evaluation, Dissemination & Improvement • Learning & Workforce Development• Consider Local Delivery Mechanisms through Local Government• Consider On-going Advocacy Arrangements
Current Position – The Framework• Final Structure, Terms of Reference & Membership remains under development: - • 3 Levels – National Board, Steering Group & Thematic Groups • Thematic Groups – Draft Plans (Scottish Charter/Sub- Group Working) • Potential standalone working groups – Walking & Youth PA & Sports Strategies• Decision on stand alone support groups and advocacy• Steering Group – collate, finalise drafts into single plan and present to Board.• Board will review, amend if necessary and sign off.• Publication in May 2013 latest
Broader Drivers in 2012 ….• Scottish Parliament Debate on Meeting the Challenge, Physical Activity and its Contribution to Tackling Obesity – May 2012 • Walking Strategy• London Olympics – July/August 2012• Newly Formed National Community Planning Group – August 2012 • Early Years • Physical Activity • Youth Offending• Health & Sport Committee Inquiry into Community Sport & Volunteering – September 2012 • Youth Sport & Physical Activity Strategy• Quality Strategy – Improving Population Health Action Group (IPHAG) Programme 2012/14 - October 2012• Commonwealth Games Legacy Launch - 23rd October 2012• Health Promoting Health Service CEL Monitoring Framework – November 2012• Active Communities Fund - £10m
Observations & Questions
Group WorkDoes the plan cover the key themes and delivery structures to ensure improvements for cycling – if not what’s missing?What areas will generate the biggest improvements and therefore what would you prioritise as a means to generate increased cycle usage (Media, Staff Training, Workplace Initiatives, Environmental Change/Legislation, School Travel Initiatives, etc?Highlight a case study (ies) of work that successfully bring cycling, the environment and the education, NHS/care or workplace setting together that would merit wider roll-out.