Effective Monitoring and Evaluation of Groups and Community Development Projects
Monitoring and evaluation is integral to good community development and not something that should be left only to an outsider or an ‘expert’. When done properly, evaluation facilitates an ongoing process of learning among all involved in group and community development projects. It also enables the continual development of projects and programs to be more effective and successful. This workshop will introduce the central concepts of community development evaluation with refugee communities, and can be delivered as a half-day, one-day or two-day workshop upon request.
- Setting Project Goal, Objectives and Activities
- Clarifying Evaluation Purpose and Scope
- Defining the Evaluation Questions
- Identifying the Information we Need
- Deciding on Data Collection Methods
- Using the Data
This workshop is available upon request. Please go to the ‘Request Training‘ page for further information about workshop fees and how to make a request for your workplace. Please note that requests need to be made and confirmed at least 6-8 weeks in advance as we do get booked up.
Suitable for community workers and social workers wishing to develop professional skills in community development with refugee communities in Australia. Participants will need to have an existing understanding of basic community development principles.
A certificate for the workshop can be emailed to the participants after the event if the organisation supplies an Excel sheet with the First Name, Last Name and Email address of every participant listed.
Phone: (02) 9646 6700 Ask for the Training Administration Officer