Win $1500 for your early childhood service, school or workplace in our Achievement Program Competition.

Just register with our free Achievement Program and complete all health priority areas by June 2021 to go into the draw to win.

There will be one winner from the early learning service, schools and workplace category - that's three $1500 prizes!

Everyone who completes the Achievement Program (all health priority areas) will be placed into the draw with a winner drawn at random.

Winners will be announced on our social media and website in July 2021.

Find out how you can enter and learn more about the Achievement Program by clicking on the 'read more' button below.

What is the Achievement Program?

The Achievement Program is an evidence-based framework endorsed by the Victorian Government and Cancer Council.

The program supports workplaces, schools and early childhood services to create healthy places for working, learning and living.

Early Childhood Services (health priority areas);

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Schools (health priority areas):

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VIDEO: Creating healthy secondary schools

Workplace (health priority areas):

VIDEO: Creating a healthy workplace

Benefits of being involved in the Achievement Program:

To get more information about the Achievement Program click here or give us a call on 5406 1200.

Feedback from schools, workplaces and early childhood services using the Achievement Program:

“The Achievement Program has helped our ECS implement new health and wellbeing activities which we may have never done without the help of the program.”

“Students are now more accepting of other students who disclose that they have had or are having struggles with mental health.”

“The additional ideas and support from the workplaces Health Promotion worker and Cancer Council is really helping us to overcome challenges to implementing the benchmarks that we have faced. The templates on the AP portal have also helped us in developing the documents that we needed to meet the benchmark”.

“Attitudes have now changed at school, students and teachers are now more conscious of reducing sedentary behaviour and promoting physical activity within the school day.”

“This was the first time i have actually looked at some of the websites like the Australian 24- hour movement guidelines. Although we all know what we should do to see it written and be able to pass on this knowledge from a reliable source educates everyone.”

Related information

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To download and print out an Achievement Program information sheet for workplaces click here

To download and print out an Achievement Progrram information sheet for schools click here


Got a question about the Achievement Program?

Contact our Achievement Program co-ordinators Natalia Smith This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Siobhan Sullivan This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us on 5406 1200.

Terms and conditions - Achievement Program competition 

1. The Achievement Program competition closes at 5pm on Monday, July 5, 2021.

2. The winners of the early learning centre, school and business categories will be randomly drawn by BCHS Health Promotion staff.

3. Winners will be published on and BCHS social media platforms on Wednesday, July 7, 2021. 

4. The winners of prizes will be advised in writing.

5. Winners will be used in promotion of the Achievement Program on the BCHS website and social media platforms.

6. The judges decision will be final.

7. No details provided by an entrant will be shared with a third party. 


Last updated: October 2020