Evaluation planning and program logics

Presenters

Kerry Haynes,
Australian Institute of Family Studies

 Sharnee Moore,
Australian Institute of Family Studies

Jess Smart,
Australian Institute of Family Studies

Stewart Muir,
Australian Institute of Family Studies

Kelly Hand,
Australian Institute of Family Studies

Tuesday November 20 2018

Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm

Room: Boardroom 2

Cost

Half Day: $100

Full Day: $150

Pre-Conference Workshop

Evaluation planning and program logics

Clear and measurable program goals, and an explicit theory of change that explains why a program is expected to achieve its goals. This can help service providers and program designers better understand (and measure) what is or is not working in their programs. This understanding can in turn contribute to improved program design, as well as ongoing monitoring and improvement of existing programs, and can help providers better demonstrate the effectiveness and achievements of their programs.

This half-day workshop will help build and embed practical skills in planning outcomes measurement and evaluation. In particular, the workshop will focus on:

  • Developing a simple program logic model; and
  • Evaluation planning.

The session is interactive and will involve case studies, discussion and working on a program logic for your own program. Participants are encouraged to bring an outline or idea for a program or activity that they would like to workshop.

This Workshop is designed for people with limited knowledge and are NEW to Program evaluation.