The Claremont Evaluation Center announces our August 2017 series of world-class practical and theoretical training workshops on evaluation and applied research. This longstanding series, taught in southern California by leading academics and seasoned practitioners, is made even more accessible by highly interactive online webcasts.
RANZ Conference 2017 ‘The New Insights Ecosystem’ is less than 2 months away, and the conference team has been busy finalising the complete programme, due to be announced very shortly. RANZ guarantees an exciting line-up of speakers and content that will challenge your thinking about the future of the research industry.
Hot of the press - the latest issue of ANZEA's journal, Evaluation Matters — He Take Tō Te Aromatawai has been released and is free to access online at NZCER.
Workshop: Rapid Impact Evaluation by Andy Rowe – Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton, Christchurch September 2017
ANZEA is pleased to be offering you a Rapid Impact Evaluation workshop delivered by Andy Rowe in four popular locations - Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton and Christchurch. Rapid Impact Evaluation (RIE) is a new evaluation approach for use when assessing impacts is challenging. RIE can be used to forecast expected impact, as well as to evaluate impact after implementation. It is nimble and low cost.
STEPS Project (STrengthening Evaluation Practices and Strategies in Indigenous settings in Australia and New Zealand)| Rating Activity
From its very low-key and organic beginnings some years ago, the STEPS project (STrengthening Evaluation Practices and Strategies in Indigenous settings in Australia and New Zealand) has coalesced into a fully-fledged concrete study involving a small team of evaluators and practitioners across the two countries. The project’s genesis lies in our experiences as health evaluators (Indigenous and non-Indigenous alike), and our desire to improve evaluations undertaken in Indigenous settings. The STEPS project team is now pleased to forward you an invitation to participate in an online Rating Activity.
This three-hour workshop, presented by Kate McKegg and Rachael Trotman, will show you how to use the funding application process to lift your organisation's game around outcomes, evidence and evaluation.
Kia ora, talofa lava, mālō e lelei, kia orana, fakaalofa atu, talofa ni, ni sa bula and warm Pasifika greetings from the Wellington Branch committee. The ANZEA Wellington Branch, invites you to attend a presentation by Dr Rhema Vaithianathan of AUT about Evaluating in a world emphasising big data.
TRAASS International is providing innovative and effective training courses for M&E professionals aim to improve the practice of M&E so it can realise its full value-adding potential and facilitate accountability and learning in organisations. We offer self-paced and blended courses to provide the opportunity of distant learning to our students. All courses are designed and delivered by experienced development and humanitarian practitioners.
Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation is a transformative evaluation model that provides flexibility to be implemented in diverse Indigenous contexts. CRIE provides the theoretical, methodological and practical evaluation design and strategies for carrying out a culturally responsive evaluation of services and programs provided for and/or designed by Indigenous peoples.
Are you looking for innovative and participatory ways to strengthen Monitoring & Evaluation programmes? CIRCLE Indonesia and ResultsinHealth (RiH) are organising a four-day training that will provide you with knowledge and hands-on skills in conducting Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) using Participatory Video and Most Significant Change (PVMSC).