Cooking Matters Program: Implementation Of The Planning Part Program

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Implementation is the process to get the event ready for everything you are planning to do. Implementation of the “Cooking Matters” program will consist of five different phrases, which includes adoption of the program, identifying and prioritizing the tasks to be completed, establishing a system of management, putting the plans into action, and ending or sustaining a program. During the implementation phase the planning committee, are still in the planning stage.
Below are the five phases in detail:
Phase One: Phase one of implementation is adoption of the program. The goal of the “Cooking Matters” program is to get 50 attendees and 20 volunteers to sign at the event. Each planning committee has to bring at least 4 people in order to meet
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Dr. O 'Neill assigns one person from each group to be the leader of their group. The role of the leader is to make sure everything is going smoothly the day of the event. The “Cooking Matters” program have four groups, therefore there will be four leaders the day of the event. The leader of the event is in charge of paperwork such as keeping track of papers, evaluations, and giving out certificates to participants (See appendix P for evaluation and certificates). Before the event the leader is suppose to have all the inventions mastered, so he or she can be able to correct the interventions if one of the planning members is not doing the intervention …show more content…
In this phase the “Cooking Matters” planning committee first has to perform a pilot test. A pilot test is to test the program interventions in small parts. For example, the “Cooking Matters” program did a pilot test a week before the event day to make sure everything was going according to the plan. During the pilot test each group had to bring in crops for their interventions, some incentives, and instructions on how the intervention will be carry out. Also, as part of piloting the program planners should check the following four areas: (1) The intervention strategies were implemented as planned. (2) The intervention strategies worked as planned. (3) Adequate resources were available to carry out the program. (4) Participants in the pilot group had an opportunity to evaluate the program (McKenzie et al., 2013). After the pilot test, then the program is ready for the kickoff. The planning committee will carry out all the interventions as planned and the leader will make sure everyone participate in the event.
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