Thursday 31st March 2022, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
49 Albany Street
Please note that we are following Scottish Government guidance, if we are advised not to run this workshop face to face, we will instead run this workshop via Zoom video conferencing.
Who is this event for?
Staff or volunteers from third sector organisations in Scotland
£111.00 inclusive of VAT
This informative workshop investigates how to pull together evidence and make sense of it, even though it might be coming from different places and consist of different types of data!
You will gain the latest understanding of best practice in reporting and explore what a positive funder relationship looks like.
Using evaluation for learning is just as important as using it to provide outcome evidence for your funders and this workshop examines how your evaluation practice can achieve both of these and more.
At this workshop you will learn how to:
- Analyse information collected to evidence the achievement of your project outcomes
- Report on the achievement of project outcomes to funders and stakeholders
- Learn from the analysis to improve project delivery
There will be a mixture of presentation and trainer guided exercises. We’ll help you learn from other participants and apply the learning to your work.
Covid guidance and considerations
- Evaluation Support Scotland will not run this in person workshop against Scottish Government guidance.
- If we are unable to run this workshop in person, we will run the workshop on the same day via Zoom video conferencing.
- If you are unwell or have tested positive for Covid-19 (LFT or PCR) or have been asked by NHS Scotland to self-isolate, please do not attend the workshop on the day.
- Participants should use the hand sanitisers provided upon entry into the building.
- We ask participants to keep their face masks on when moving around the building, with the option to take them off when seated. However, the Trainer will seek participants’ views about wearing face masks throughout the session, and will seek a unanimous agreement.
- We will ensure additional ventilation of the room by keeping a window open. You may wish to wear attire accordingly.
- We will have 1m spacing between participants.
- Tea, coffee and water will be provided throughout the day. Disposable paper cups will be available but participants are encouraged to bring and use their own reusable cups/bottles.
- Lunch will be provided and individually packed from Embo Deli (or another external caterer). Alternatively you may bring your own lunch or purchase from nearby shops which can be eaten at the venue. Please do let us know in advance if you do not require lunch provided as we wish to reduce our food waste.
- In addition to checking into the venue via NHS Test and Protect, we would encourage all participants to undertake a lateral flow test before and after attending the workshop. Should you test positive for Covid-19 after attending the workshop, please follow the Scottish Government guidance regarding alerting close contacts.