Evaluation reports created using the E-valu-it toolkit can be found below:
Road Safety Evaluation website user survey and focus group
A short report of the findings of a survey and focus group on the use of Road Safety Evaluation website and the E-valu-it toolkit and barriers and enablers to evaluation.
Road Safety Evaluation website user survey and focus group report
Destination Drive Evaluation Report
A report summarising the results of an evaluation of RoSPA's Destination Drive events for mature drivers.
Older Drivers Website Evaluation
A report summarising the results of an evaluation of the Older Drivers website.
Motorcycle Group Riding Advice Videos Evaluation
A report summarising the results of the evaluation of RoSPA's group riding advice videos.
Older Drivers Cost Calculator Evaluation
A report summarising the findings of an evaluation of the Older Drivers Cost Calculator tool.
Helping Learner Drivers Website Evaluation
A report summarising the findings of an evaluation of RoSPA's Helping Learner Drivers website, www.helpingldrivers.com.
Pedestrian training in England
A summary of the results of a survey of road safety professionals on pedestrian training provision in England.
Pedestrian training provision in England
Older Driver's Electronic Noticeboard Content Evaluation
A short report of the findings of a study assessing the feasibility of disseminating advice for older drivers to clinical commissioning groups and road safety professionals via electronic noticeboards.
Electronic Noticeboard Content Evaluation Report
Child Car Seats Website Evaluation
The results of the 2018 user survey for www.childcarseats.org.uk. The survey aimed to understand who uses the website and how it can be improved.
Child Car Seats Evaluation Report
Older Driver's Leaflet and Poster Pilot Project
A short report of the findings of a pilot study assessing the feasibility of disseminating online advice for older drivers to GP practices.
Older Driver's Leaflet and Poster Evaluation Report
E-valu-it Survey 2017
A short report of the findings of a survey on the use of the Road Safety Evaluation website and the E-valu-it toolkit, based on the responses of 38 road safety practitioners.
E-valu-it Survey 2017 Report
The effectiveness of Speed Indicator Devices (SID)
Evaluation project to study the effectiveness if SID deployments on reducing vehicle speeds, during and after deployments. Partucularly the effect of vehicle speeds between deployments periods.
Speed Indicator Device programme evlauation project
Revolution is a two day course aimed at educating 16-25 year olds who are at the highest risk of being involved in serious Road Traffic Collisions.
Yorkshire & Humber Urban Cycle Guide
The Yorkshire and Humber cycle project has a number of elements. This report covers the Urban Cycle Guide and communication with drivers to look out for cyclists.
y and h urban cycle guide
Crucial Crew Outdoor set
Road safety scenario to year 6 pupils
Road Safety Wales Motorcycle Crash Card Scheme
Evaluation of the Road Safety Wales Motorcycle Crash Card Scheme launched in March 2013
RSW Crash Card Scheme
KS3 Theatre in Education - Dummy Run
A report summarising the success of road safety theatre in education for year 7 students in Derbyshire schools.
dcc tie report
Road Safety ETP Evaluation Training: Evaluation Report
An evaluation of three training events held for road and community safety practitioners and their managers. Training was provided on how to carry out a road safety ETP evaluation and how to use the E-valu-it Toolkit.
ETP Evaluation Training
ScootSmart: A Case Study in Evaluation
A case study of a local authority evaluating its ScootSmart scheme.
Student Road Safety Awards
Competition for 11 - 18 year old students with 2 levels
Stage 1 Area competition
Stage 2 Final
student road safety awrads
Evaluation of the ScORSA Driving for Work Toolkit
Evaluation of the ScORSA Driving for Work Toolkit
scorsa toolkit evaluation 2013
A two-part theory and practical refresher programme aimed at older drivers.
ADI Coaching course, The psychology of Learning & Driving.
The course has a strong focus on the participants developing practical coaching skills, as well as a theoretical understanding of coaching. Delivered using a coaching approach the course is based on the findings of the EU HERMES project (2010). The duration of the course is 1day.
ADI Coaching course Phase 1
Deadly Impacts Roadshow
Road Safety presentation aimed at year 11 and 12 students.
P&K DRIVING AMBITION
Young car user multi-agency information awareness fair for S5/6 pupils (17-18 years). Covering all aspects of car use including passenger, pre and young driver.
Perth and Kinross Driving Ambition 2012
'No Excuse' Qualitative Report
Findings from two focus groups of local residents (one from urban areas and one from rural). External researchers interviewed residents to gather views on the "no excuse" project. Focus group members were asked about what they thought 'no excuse' was trying to achieve, and how effective they thought the "no excuse" publicity/promotional material was.
Qual No Excuse
A co-ordinated, evidence-led, year-long partnership project, which delivers high profile targeted enforcement supported by mass advertising and education interventions.
An Evaluation of Four ScORSA Driving Risks @ Work Seminars
As part of the programme of work to promote the management of occupational road risk in Scotland, a series of four seminars for Scottish companies, road safety practitioners and health and safety practitioners were conducted in 2011.
ScORSA Seminars Evaluation
Someone's son: Phase one evaluation report
A joint road safety campaign for Yorkshire and Humberside, to reduce motorcycle casualties. First phase evaluation report.
Too Much Punch for Judy
ATIE play aimed at year 11 upwards. It aims to highlight the issues surrounding drinking and drug use especially with tregard to driving and passengers.
Too Much Punch for Judy TIE
HEY Road Safety Pilot
A partnership road safety initiative from Bath and North East Somerset Council, providing a long-term approach to positive road safety messages through settings for children aged 3-4 and their parents / carers.
hey road safety