In 2014 Public Health England (PHE) launched the National Physical Activity Framework ‘Everybody Active, Everyday’. The framework included a key domain for action called ‘Moving Professionals’. The Moving Professionals Programme aims to build expertise and leadership across key professional sectors and to raise awareness and understanding of the health benefits of physical activity among professionals and the wider public. The programme comprises several innovative work packages which are described in full elsewhere (Brannan et al., 2019). One element of the programme was the Clinical Champions’ Physical Activity Training Programme. PHE developed a network of Clinical Champions who were tasked with providing peer-to-peer training on physical activity for healthcare professionals. The long-term aim of the Clinical Champions’ Physical Activity (CCPA) training programme is to increase population levels of physical activity by increasing the proportion of healthcare professionals integrating conversations about physical activity into routine clinical practice in England.An independent evaluation of the Clinical Champion’s physical activity training programme was conducted by researchers based at the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM) in the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences at Loughborough University, UK. The NCSEM were not responsible for the implementation of the Clinical Champions’ physical activity training. The evaluation aimed to: 1) Evaluate the uptake and utilisation of the training programme and the different training models; 2) Assess the perceived impact of the training programme on healthcare professionals’ confidence, knowledge and application of brief physical activity advice in routine clinical practice; 3) Assess whether there is any differential impact of the training programme when sessions are delivered by different types of Clinical Champion (i.e. doctor, nurse or allied healthcare professional) to different healthcare professional audiences and 4) Assess the perceived strategic impact of the Clinical Champion physical activity training programme. A mixed methods approach was used to evaluate the programme. This report details the evaluation findings and provides recommendations for the future implementation of the Clinical Champions’ physical activity training programme.