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ANZEA online session for members: Evaluation Capacity Building in Practice

August 27, 2020 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

ANZEA warmly invites our members to join this free online member event.

About this session

Evaluation Capacity Building in Practice:

What’s working for Evaluators who are working on building others’ capacity?

Many Anzea members are engaged in evaluation capacity building:

  • In their own workplaces

  • With client organisations and individuals

  • Through training

This is an opportunity for sharing learning about:

  • What we’ve been working on

  • The tools and frameworks we’re using

  • What we’re learning about what works

This session will incorporate:

  • Three mini-presentations on aspects of ECB in practice, from the experience of several Waikato – Bay of Plenty branch members, including:

  • Mentoring a group through to becoming evaluation champions within a workplace

  • Utilising participatory evaluation workshops to increase ECB in participants

  • Building evaluation capacity within a community context

  • An opportunity to discuss with others what you’ve found useful or challenging, and what would be useful for you to increase your own capacity for ECB.

Register for this free online hui through Eventbrite by 10am Thursday 27th August.

About the presenters

Toni White is jointly an independent and Plant and Food Research evaluator and researcher. She has been developing evaluation capability and capacity within Crown Research Institutes for the last eight years. While originally from the Far North, Toni is now based at Ruakura, Hamilton.

Wendy Boyce is an independent social researcher and evaluator in the primary production and environmental sectors. She grew up on a farm out of Cambridge in the rohe of Ngaati Korokii-Kahukura.

Diana Beattie (Beattie) is an independent evaluator.  In recent years her practice has included evaluation capacity building in the community and not-for-profit sector. Originally from Kirikiriroa, Beattie now lives in Rotorua.


August 27, 2020
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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