April 28-29, 2014
Sadlon Centre for Health and Wellness, Georgian College
This Canadian Evaluation Society sanctioned workshop is designed to build capacity of participants to assess, develop and utilize logic models for planning and evaluation. The workshop assumes some prior knowledge of evaluation and logic models. It includes a combination of lecture, discussion, and hands-on experience with a case study.
In this workshop participants will learn:
- What is evaluation and how do logic models fit in?
- What are the different components of logic models and their definitions?
- What are the potential uses, benefits and limitations of logic models in Canadian and international projects?
- What are the different types of logic models?
- How do you test your logic model to see if it works?
- What are evaluation issues and questions?
- How do you build an evaluation matrix?
Note: If it would be valuable to use your own program as a case study during the workshop, the instructor would be pleased to use submitted cases. Please send a 1-2 page description of a program you are working on including a description of activities, objectives, number of staff and budget to email@example.com by Friday April 11, 2014.
- Registration includes course materials, light morning and afternoon refreshments, and lunch.
- CES Member: $550 (plus HST $621.50)
- Non-Member: $600 (plus HST $678)
- Student CES Member: $220 (plus HST $248.60)
- Student Non-Member: $270 (plus HST $305.10)
- Student spaces are limited.
For more information and to register visit http://CES-ON.Logic-Models-Registration.sgizmo.com/s3/ or contact Geetha Van den Daele at firstname.lastname@example.org.