Please enter your login details below to access your personalised Quality Assessment Checklist and the Quality Improvement Questionnaires. If you have not yet registered, you can do that below.

Users who do not wish to create an account can still use the offline version of this toolkit. You can download the Toolkit here: www.prevention-standards.eu/toolkit-2/


To use the online version of the toolkit, please choose a username and password. No other details are required for the registration and use of the online toolkit.

Once you’ve created a login, you will be able to complete your self-assessment online. The computer will then be able to calculate your quality scores for you. You will also have the options to save, download and revisit your results as well as to track your progress in achieving quality over time.

This also means that you don’t have to undertake your self-assessment in a single session, but you can come back to the site and continue your assessment when it is convenient for you.

Usernames cannot be changed.

We would like to know who is using this toolkit, and how. If you’re happy for us to see your personal details (name, organisation, job title or professional role, country) or to contact you in the future and ask you about your experience of using this Toolkit, please complete the fields below with your personal details and tick the respective boxes. However, this is entirely optional and you will be able to use the toolkit even if you do not provide these details.



Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy for using the online application of the EDPQS Self-assessment & Reflection Toolkit:

  1. The EDPQS Self-assessment & Reflection Toolkit (‘the Toolkit’) is provided by the European Prevention Standards Partnership (‘the Partnership’) to support members of the prevention community (‘users’) in assessing and improving the quality of their preventive work.
  2. The Toolkit can be used online, by accessing the online application (‘the application’), or offline, by downloading the relevant files from prevention-standards.eu. The present terms and conditions including the privacy policy apply to the use of the online application.
  3. In the offline version of the toolkit, users have to calculate their own scores on the Quality Assessment checklist. The online application will do this automatically for users. The online application also allows users to save and view their data in multiple sessions, as well as to download their data.
  4. The application is provided free of charge.
  5. To access the application, users must create an account by choosing a username and password. If a username is already taken, users will have to choose an alternative one. There are no restrictions on what the username or password can look like. Users are advised to choose a password that is at least 8 characters long and uses a combination of letters and numbers.
  6. If users do not wish to create an account then they can still use the offline version of this toolkit, which can be downloaded at: prevention-standards.eu/toolkit-2/
  7. We strongly recommend that you provide an email address as part of the registration process. This will allow you to retrieve your password in case you forget it. If you have problems accessing your account, please contact the technical support at support@2gika.si. Please note that it may not be possible to retrieve account details unless personal details were provided during the registration process. The Partnership cannot be held liable for any consequences arising from forgotten account details.
  8. During the registration process, users are able to provide personal details (name, job title or professional role, name of organisation, country, email address). Users will be able to update their details by logging in and accessing the relevant page. Providing personal details will allow technical support to retrieve account details in case users forget their username or password. However, providing personal details is entirely optional and users are still able to access the application if they do not provide these details.
  9. Once users have logged onto the application, they will enter the ‘login area’ where they can complete checklists and questionnaires concerning their ongoing prevention work. The data entered in the login area (e.g. responses to the Quality Assessment Checklist or the Improvement Support Questionnaire) will not be accessed or used by the Partnership in any way unless users explicitly agree to this.
  10. Any data that users provide as part of the registration process and whilst using the application will only be accessible to the users themselves as well as the personnel responsible for the technical maintenance of this site. Members of the European Prevention Standards Partnership or any third parties will not be given access to this information unless users have explicitly given their permission.
  11. During the registration process, users can give permission for the Partnership to access and use their personal details (name, job title or professional role, name of organisation, country). If permission is granted, the Partnership may use this data in anonymised aggregated form to report on use of the toolkit (e.g. how many users, from what professional fields or countries). Such information may be reported publicly (e.g. in project reports, on prevention-standards.eu), but individual persons or organisations would not be identifiable.
  12. During the registration process, users can give permission to be personally contacted by email by the Partnership about their experiences with this toolkit. If permission is granted, the Partnership will have access to users’ email address and may contact users by email to ask about their experiences with this toolkit. The Partnership may also use the email address to send other information which is likely to be relevant to users (e.g. in case of website problems, important updates regarding the toolkit).
  13. The application is provided as a convenience to users. The Partnership cannot guarantee that the application will work at all times or without fault, and so users use the application entirely at their own risk. To prevent any loss of data, users are advised to download their data at the end of every session.
  14. The Partnership shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from the use or inability to use any part of the application or for the cost of procurement of substitute services.
  15. The EDPQS Toolkits and other resources have been developed through a systematic process and great care has been taken in the preparation of the information presented. Nonetheless, any person or organisation seeking to apply or consult the application is expected to use independent judgement in his/her own context. The European Prevention Standards Partnership makes no representation or warranties of any kind whatsoever regarding the content, use, or application of the EDPQS process and disclaims any responsibility for the application or use of EDPQS Toolkits and other resources in any way.
  16. The Partnership encourages use and sharing of EDPQS resources under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike licence. This means that users may adapt the EDPQS for their own uses (in accordance with the EDPQS adaptation guidelines, see http://www.prevention-standards.eu/toolkit-4/), as long as they acknowledge the Partnership’s work, and are willing to share the results with others.
  17. If users intend to use EDPQS resources commercially (e.g. for paid training), then they must first either contact their EDPQS country contact (details available on our website preventions-standards.eu) or Professor Harry Sumnall (h.sumnall@ljmu.ac.uk).
  18. The Partnership will endeavour to keep this site including the application active for as long as possible. If the site will be closed, the Partnership will seek to inform all users who have provided an email address.
  19. By using the application, users also accept the Partnership’s general privacy policy as identified at http://prevention-standards.eu/contact/#privacy_policy
  20. The Partnership reserves the right to revise these terms and conditions at any time. Any such revision will be binding and effective immediately upon being posted on this web site. Users’ continued use of the application constitutes agreement to any revision of the terms and conditions including the privacy policy.
  21. In case of any questions concerning the application or these terms and conditions including the privacy policy, users may contact the Partnership using the details provided at http://prevention-standards.eu/contact/

Last updated 01.06.2015