Date and time: Monday 26th October AND Thursday 29th October 2020, 11.00am to 2.00pm AEDT (registration from 10.45am) please note new times. Registrants are to attend both sessions.
Venue: Via Zoom. Details will be emailed to registrants just prior to the workshop start time
Facilitator: Charlie Tulloch
Register online by: 21 October 2020. Spaces limited to 25 participants from Australia and NZ and international AES members
Fees (GST inclusive): Members $260, Non-members $425, Student member $125, Student non-member $210*
This workshop is targeted at new, emerging or experienced evaluators seeking to consolidate their understanding of the field. It discusses key concepts, terms and approaches that are relevant to commissioning or conducting evaluation projects. It includes a 7-step approach to the completion of high-quality evaluation projects, with practical tools and guidance material provided to support your evaluation practice improvement over time. The course leaves attendees with an expanded toolkit for use, along with references to further sources of information to continue building evaluation skills and knowledge.
This is a knowledge-building workshop that will provide attendees with greater clarity about core evaluation concepts.
This workshop aligns with competencies in the AES Evaluator’s Professional Learning Competency Framework. The identified domains are:
- Domain 1 – Evaluative attitude and professional practice
- Domain 2 – Evaluation theory
- Domain 4 – Research methods and systematic inquiry
- Domain 5 – Project management
- Domain 7 – Evaluation Activities
Who should attend?
Those who are new or inexperienced in evaluation planning or practice or feel they would benefit from a succinct recap of the core themes and theory underpinning this field.
Workshop start times
- VIC, NSW, ACT, TAS: 11.00am
- SA: 10.30am
- QLD: 10.00am
- NT: 9.30am
- Perth: 8.00am
- New Zealand: 1.00pm
About the facilitator
Charlie Tulloch runs Policy Performance, a small consultancy that provides evaluation and business case planning services for public sector clients.
He has been an evaluation and policy consultant since 2008, working on evaluations in education, justice, human services, energy, transport, economic development and tourism sectors.
He is an AES Board Member and past evaluation tutor at the University of Melbourne. He has completed a Master of Evaluation and a Master of Public Policy and Management.