aes16 International Evaluation Conference
Our mission is to strengthen and promote evaluation practice, theory and use.
Melbourne: Commissioning better evaluations, presented by Duncan Rintoul and Vanessa Hood
Thursday 11 February 2016, 9am to 5pm
Who should attend? Anyone working in government, the community sector or business who has a role in planning, commissioning or managing evaluations. No prior experience in evaluation is required.
Brisbane: Performance Story Reports, presented by Dr Jess Dart, Clear Horizon Consulting Pty Ltd
Tuesday 16 February 2016, 9am to 5pm
This workshop is aimed at anyone who is interested creating or commissioning a performance story at the project, program or organisational level. It caters for beginner to intermediate level. For those people who know of Jess Dart's work with the Most Significant Change technique (MSC) it is important to be clear that this workshop is not about MSC, but about an approach to reporting on results at a whole-of project or program level using multiple lines of evidence.
Canberra: Facilitation for evaluators, presented by Vanessa Hood and Natalie Moxham
Thursday, 25 February 2016, 9am to 5pm
Who should attend? Internal evaluators and external consultants, program managers and policy officers who conduct their own evaluations, manage or commission evaluations, design and manage evaluation capacity building projects and/or facilitate lessons learned sessions.
AES has a comprehensive program of professional learning activities with a strong regional approach: workshops, seminars, breakfasts and the annual AES conference. Non-members are always welcome to our events.