This half-day course (organised by Community Works) is a back to basics for anyone who is involved in or new to monitoring and evaluation, or who wants a refresher to improve the quality of their work. It will also include a session on the Community Insight Tool, which allows you to find, explore and use a wide range of facts and figures at different geographic levels for Brighton & Hove.
Date: Tuesday 3 February 2015
Time: 12.30 – 4.00pm
Date: Thursday 9 April 2015
Time: 9.30am – 1.00pm
The same course will be run twice so please book on to the date that suits you best.
Fee: This is a free course (subsidised by Brighton and Hove City Council), places are prioritised to organisations who are a member of Community Works on a first-come, first serve basis.
Venue: Community Base, Queens Road, Brighton
Trainer: Paul Bramwell (pfb consultancy) and Kate Gilchrist (Public Health)
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Measure success against the aims and objectives of your organisation;
- Set a baseline against which to monitor and evaluate future work and use the Community Insight Tool to help you do this;
- Set and measure outputs, outcomes and milestones;
- Use different qualitative and quantitative monitoring techniques;
- Use the information you have gathered to critically evaluate your work;
- Begin to convince funders and commissioners of the added value of your work.
Techniques covered will include record keeping, questionnaires / evaluation forms, focus groups, interviewing and other participatory methods of collecting information about your activities / services. There will also be an opportunity to talk about building relationships with your funders.
To book on:
For more information and booking through Eventbrite please visit: http://bhcommunityworks.org.uk/mon-and-evaluation-training/ (scroll to the links at the bottom of the page).
Any problems, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01273 234 023.