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Submitting an Application

This information here covers requests only for Curricular Health and Wellbeing input for Education Settings by Health Improvement staff. For examples of Curricular Inputs please click here.

All such curricular input requests can be submitted to HIEG using the application form. The HIEG would assess the application on a case by case basis and approve the application, if appropriate.

The Overall Process Flowchart illustrates the process for submitting HWB education (curricular) and community input from Health Improvement teams for quality assurance.  For timescales and process relating to educational settings click here.

Please Note:

While submitting applications, health improvement staff should be aware that the HIEG will consider curricular HWB inputs that are developed, delivered or funded by Health Improvement and where Health Improvement is the lead organisation. Prior to purchasing licenses for curricular programmes, staff are advised to gain approval from HIEG by following the QA application process. Where Health Improvement staff are involved in a partnership working group for developing a curricular input, but an External Agency is the lead organisation, then the application should be submitted by the lead external agency via the external agencies application process.

To submit an Application for Education Setting, please click here

Important Information:

  • This information is to support Health Improvement Staff within Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) to submit an application for a HWB curricular input into the education setting where NHS / Health Improvement is the lead organisation.
  • Before submitting applications please ensure that you have read and understood the information outlined.
  • Before applying, discuss and agree applications with your manager and or appropriate lead.
  • The term input(s) is used throughout this document and refers to any type of resource, workshop, or programme of work including pilot programmes, designed to support HWB in the education setting. This applies only to curricular inputs (hyperlink). Education setting refers to Early Years, Primary and Secondary establishments including Additional Support for Learning (ASL). Any input requests from external organisations should follow the procedures outlined in the Glasgow City Council (GCC) Education Service Partnership Working in Health and Wellbeing Curriculum Guidance Notes.
  • To avoid duplication, please ensure that similar curricular inputs do not already exist either within health or education. The HIEG has agreed an approved list of quality assured curricular inputs for use within the education setting. You can access the list of inputs here by clicking here.
  • To complete and submit an application click here.
Last Updated: 10 April 2019