Health Promotion 102 (HP 102) is a free online course on workplace health promotion. It contains nine learning modules. See the list on left-hand side of this page for a list of modules.
It will take you 10-20 minutes to complete each module. There are no restrictions as to when, how, or in which order you choose to complete the modules.
This is an overview of the content of HP 102 and a road map to the structure and navigation of the course's webpages.
The former Ontario Health Promotion Resource System (OHPRS) developed an introduction to health promotion course called Health Promotion (HP) 101. HP 101 was a collaborative effort between the 22 OHPRS member organizations.
The purpose of HP 101 is to help health promoters in Ontario, such as yourself, to familiarize yourself with essential health promotion concept. In so doing, you will help raise the profile of health promotion in Ontario. For information and access to HP 101, see www.ohprs.ca/hp101/main.htm
While HP 101 offers a broad foundation regarding health promotion, HP 102 offers specific knowledge central to workplace health promotion. We know that health promoters working in specific settings or sectors require additional health promotion knowledge that is specific to their area of focus. Subsequently, we have developed HP 102 to provide health promoters information regarding the essential health promotion concepts that apply to comprehensive workplace health promotion.
Like HP 101, HP 102 is available online to maximize its accessibility. If you're looking for information beyond HP 102, we have a various resources and services on the THCU website at www.thcu.ca.
This course contains nine modules.
The first module provides a general overview of the terms, concepts, history and information on the core comprehensive workplace health promotion framework.
The remaining eight modules provide more detailed information on each of the steps within the framework.
Each module contains five sections: