This workshop provides an introduction to evaluation theory and practice for improving evidence-based policies and programs.
It will introduce participants to a core set of knowledge and skills to facilitate the use of the best and most relevant evaluation evidence when assessing the value, impact and outcome of their policies and programs.
It will include an overview of approaches and methods commonly used in process, outcome and impact evaluations, clarify the complementary relationship between monitoring and evaluation, and provide guidance when developing appropriate evaluation indicators.
The workshop will be valuable for those who manage or commission evaluations, and those participating in evaluation activities. The workshop will be interactive and include case studies and practical exercises.
Who should attend?
Policy makers and program managers/implementers with limited evaluation expertise who want to understand how to facilitate the use of the best and most relevant evaluation evidence in practice.
About the presenter
Professor Don Nutbeam is a world leader in evaluation in both academic and policy sectors, and has made a major contribution to public health in both Australia and the UK, where he has held positions in universities, government, and health services, including Head of Public Health in the UK Department of Health during the Blair Government. Professor Nutbeam is a senior adviser with the Sax Institute.
Date: Wednesday 18 April, 9:30am – 12:30pm
Location: UTS, Building 10, 235 Jones Street, Level 7, Ultimo, Sydney
Cost: $250.00 (including GST and booking fee per person)
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