The Functional Fitness MOT – Translating practice into evidence
The Functional Fitness MOT programme has now been operational for nearly 5 years and during that time, over 1,000 professionals from the health, physical activity and adult and social care sector have attended more than 50 training events across the UK.
At Later Life Training we are undertaking a review of the implementation of the Functional Fitness MOT with the intention of collecting the learning from a range of partners and agencies and then compiling this information into a learning summary or implementation guide for wider dissemination.
We know that the use of the Functional Fitness MOT has been extended and enhanced in different ways since then and at this time, we wish to extend the learning from these developments with the purpose of sharing with others to improve and extend the effectiveness of practice. Whilst their have been some small scale feasibility studies designed to look at the efficacy of the FFMOT, we also recognize that a significant amount of practical learning and evidence has been collected as a result of local implementation and activity. This is an invitation to you to share your learning.
If you have been involved in implementing the Functional Fitness MOT we would like you to take a little time to identify and share with us
- How you have used the FFMOT with public events and activities
- How you have used the FFMOT with professional and stakeholder events and activities
- Your 6 top tips on implementation that you would pass on to others planning their Functional Fitness MOT activities for the first time.
Please take a moment to read more in this FFMOT Review Invitation Letter.
We would like to ask you to complete this VERY BRIEF online survey to help us gather this evidence by Friday 2nd Feb 2018 please. Many thanks indeed for your help and PLEASE SHARE widely in case we don’t reach all previously trained FFMOTers 🙂
Complete the survey here