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Make to measure: Evaluation Methods and Plans

Wednesday 31 May 2017 | 9:30 for a 10 am start - finish at 4 | Edinburgh

Staff or volunteers from third sector organisations invited to participate through the Go For It programme funded by The Church of Scotland

Venue Information

Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Holyrood Park House
106 Holyrood Road, 
Edinburgh
EH8 8AS

Who is this event for?

Go For It members only

Cost

The cost of this workshop is paid for as part of The Go For It programme for eligible participants.

Workshop Description

This creative workshop which follows on from ‘Getting started: Outcomes and indicators’ shows you what evaluation methods to use and how to make a monitoring and evaluation plan.

Explore the questions and processes involved in choosing the best methods for your project including looking at sources of evidence, the level of user involvement the tool can provide, and keeping evaluation proportionate to your resources.

 At this workshop you will:

Enquiries

Please email info@evaluationsupportscotland.org.uk or call 0131 243 2770

Booking Form

Please ensure you read the following information in full before booking a place in a workshop or event - Thank you!

  • Participants must attend the Getting Started: Outcomes and Indicators workshop or have a strong understanding of outcomes before attending any of the other workshops in our Let's evaluate! Programme.  Please contact us if you unsure whether a course will be suitable for you.
  • Priority will be given to staff or committee members of third sector organisations.
  • Our courses are not designed for public sector staff.  However, if you are delivering front-line services or supporting a community based service we may be able to accept you if we have places.  Please contact us to discuss if our training is suitable for you.
  • Venues will be confirmed on booking.  They are accessible and public transport is nearby.
  • Courses will only run if we have a minimum of 6 participants booked.
  • Maximum numbers per course: 14
  • If Evaluation Support Scotland has to cancel a course the participant will be offered an alternative date or given a full refund.
  • If a participant cancels their booking up to 10 working days before the course they will not be charged.  If they cancel their booking after that date or do not turn up for the course they will be charged in full.