Upcoming Professional Development - May to August 2023
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Start date: 28 July
- Online Workshop with Judy Oakden
Commissioning and contracting to enhance service delivery: learnings from practice and theory for funders, service providers and evaluators.
2 half-day sessions in August
Part 1: Thursday 3 August from 9:30am-12:30pm
Part 2: Thursday 10 August from 9:30am-12:30pm
More details of other opportunities to follow. If you would like to receive updates with regards to these events, please register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent PD Opportunities
Online Workshop (15 & 22 February, 9am-12pm)
Topic: Evaluation and Value for Money: An approach using rubrics and mixed methods
Presenter: Julian King, Director of Julian King & Associates Ltd and a member of the Kinnect Group
Venue: Via Zoom. Details will be emailed to registrants just prior to the seminar start time
Date and time: Please note, this is a 2 part workshop
Part 1: Wednesday, 15 February 2023, 9am – 12 pm NZST AND
Part 2: Wednesday, 22 February 2023, 9am – 12 pm NZST
Cost: This is a paid event organised by the Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association (ANZEA). All prices are in NZD. Members: $295, Non-Members: $375
If you would like to join ANZEA prior to registering for the event, please go to the Become a Member page on the ANZEA website.
Value for money is never just about the money – it’s about good use of resources to create value.
Program evaluation can accommodate wider values and evidence, but all too rarely does it include costs. Without understanding costs, we can’t make informed resource allocation decisions. For example, two programs might be equally effective but could involve very different costs.
This workshop provides practical guidance, underpinned by a sound theoretical framework, for evaluating Value for Money (VfM). It focuses on unpacking a process of explicit evaluative reasoning (using rubrics) and the use of mixed methods (qualitative, quantitative, and economic).
Combining strengths of evaluation and economics, the ‘Value for Money’ approach builds on theory and practice that will already be familiar to many evaluators, though there are also evaluators and commissioners to whom these techniques may be new.
For further information please refer to the workshop flyer above or contact email@example.com
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