Action Tools for Wellness - Regional Workshops on the Wisconsin Worksite Wellness Resource Kit

The purpose of the regional workshops is to encourage Wisconsin worksites to implement wellness programs as part of the vision to become one of the healthiest states in the country. The workshops focus on the practical application of the Wisconsin Worksite Wellness Resource Kit. The kit is a tool designed to assist worksites with implementing strategies that have been proven to be effective and walks you through the process of developing a worksite wellness program or expanding an existing wellness program.  

Upcoming Trainings (none scheduled at this time)



Date City Location
WEBCAST OF THE JUNE 10, 2009 WORKSHOP - View the webcast of the half-day training on the Wisconsin Worksite Wellness Resource Kit.  The webcast is divided into seven sections:

Part 1 - Background Data and Overview  (51 Minutes) (Webcast, help)

Part 2 - Three Components of Worksite Wellness: Behavior, Policy and Environmental Change (11 minutes) (Webcast, help)

Part 3 - Resource Kit Steps 1-3: Why Have a Wellness Program? How to Get Started? Assessing Your Worksite (35 minutes) (Webcast, help)

Part 4 - Introduction to the Assessment Checklist  (2 minutes) (Webcast, help

Part 5 - Assessment Checklist Discussion and Step 4 - Programming and Strategies for Your Worksite (9 minutes) (Webcast, help)

Part 6 - Web Tour of Resources in Step 4 and Step 5 Setting Priorities (16 minutes) (Webcast, help)

Part 7 - Priority Discussion and Step 6 - Evaluation and Other Resources (22 minutes) (Webcast, help)

The PowerPoint presentation used in the 2009 workshops is also available:  2009 PowerPoint Presentation (PDF, 3.6 MB)

Other training opportunities

If you are looking for help in using the Wisconsin Worksite Wellness Resource Kit, you can check for Regional Trainers to help at individual worksites or contact Jon Morgan if you want to hold a workshop training for a large number of worksites. 

If you have questions, contact Jon Morgan at 608-266-9781 or email

Last Revised: August 12, 2015