More Than Skill: An Introduction to Bicycling Behaviour Change Strategies For Program Development
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1. Introduction and Theory
Taking a public health perspective, this training aims to understand how to create more cyclists across Ontario, or in any community where cycling skills training or “learn to ride” programs are offered. This part of the module will provide a brief overview of theory that informs how we think about behaviour change, serving as the a base for the Cycling Behaviour Change Toolkit.
2. Cycling Behaviour Change Toolkit
Our toolkit is a step-by-step guide to incorporating evidence from cycling initiatives and other behaviour change programs into your own program. The elements outlined in the training module are divided in four thematic areas, with optimal activities for each one, including segmenting target population, identifying and removing barriers, developing commitment strategies, and sustaining behaviour.
3. Evaluation Tips
Learn some evaluation basics that can inform how you evaluate your cycling behaviour change program.
Program Mapping Tool
In module 2, you will get introduced to our program mapping tool. You can access it at anytime during the training through the link below.
This training was developed by the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank (TCT2) in collaboration with CultureLink, and with the support of the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.