7. Summary

The key points to be learnt from the Implementation section include:

  • The SEA report documents the SEA process. 
  • The SEA report should be made publicly available.
  • Review criteria exist for testing the quality of the SEA report, although they don't really test the quality of the SEA process.
  • Possibly the best test of the SEA process is information on any changes made to the strategic action in response to the SEA and consultation on it; this should be included in SEA documentation where possible.
  • Monitoring is useful but under-developed part of SEA. It can identify serious problems with how strategic actions are implemented.
  • One can use a 'quick start' SEA package to get started on an SEA.

Congratulations!  You have just completed the UNU/Oxford Brookes University distance learning course on SEA.  Any feedback on this course would be much appreciated: riki@ukoxford.freeserve.co.uk.


June 13, 2006 Uncategorized — brendan @ 2:44 pm

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