September 2018
Fall 2018 Professional Development Updates
  • October 12: Strategic Project Management for Evaluators
  • September 28: The Art & Science of Producing Effective Infographics
  • September 10-13: Essential Skills Series

New Course! Strategic Project Management for Evaluators

Strategic Project Management for Evaluators
Date: October 12, 2018
Time: 9:30 AM - 3 PM (Registration 9 AM  - 9:30 AM)
Location: Bond Place Hotel, Cambridge Room, 65 Dundas Street E, Toronto
Registration deadline: October 5, 2018
Price/Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/strategic-project-management-for-evaluators-2018-tickets-44807496428
Meals: registration cost includes lunch and a coffee break
Facilitator: Dr. Alison Paprica

Please join Dr. Alison Paprica for a one-day workshop devoted to improving project management skills in the evaluation sector. Pulling from more than 47 different project management tools and process, Dr. Paprica has identified four key tools that will improve evaluator-client relations, and streamline project management functionality. With hands-on exercises and feedback, this workshop will be helpful to any evaluator working with project delivery and management. This workshop is also eligible for 5.5 contact / training hours towards the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptops for interactive exercises.


Tickets Still Available! The Art & Science of Producing Effective Infographics

Please join Dr. Sid Ali for an interactive half-day workshop exploring how to create effective, thoughtful visual representations of evaluation data. This workshop includes an overview of different types of data visualizations, and a survey of design theory and thought leaders in the field. The bulk of the presentation is a deep dive on how design elements such as colour, font, and graphics work together with data to effectively communicate information. There will be a Q&A period as part of the workshop.


Registration Closing Today! September 2018 Essential Skills Series

This four-day course provides new and emerging evaluation practitioners with an essential understanding of the field. Please join John Allen as he gives an overview of the main models and practices of evaluation, including question construction, logic models, data collection and design, and project management. Theoretical elements of evaluation, such as ethics, terminology, and common settings of evaluation will also be covered. Participants who attend the course are entitled to a Certificate of Completion from the Canadian Evaluation Society.

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