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  1. Introduction to Program Logic

    Event
    Workshop
    23rd June, 2015
    Australia
    Paid

    Program logic is a simplified model of expected cause-and-effect relationships between activities, immediate changes, intermediate outcomes and final outcomes. This workshop introduces the program logic concept and lays out a step by step process for creating a logic model. The workshop concludes with an overview of how this logic model can be used for program design and to be the spine of a monitoring, evaluation, reporting and improvement framework.

  2. Workshop: Using program theory and program logic for improved evaluation practice (Sydney 1 June 2016)

    Event
    Workshop
    25th May, 2016
    Australia
    Paid

    The workshop will provide participants with insight into theory based approaches to evaluation, and specifically into the role of Program Theory and Program Logic to provide a clear understanding, focus and direction to the practice of evaluation. The use of Program Theory and Program Logic will be clearly detailed within a staged conceptual model, with guidance provided on how they can be applied within the planning and implementation of an evaluation.

  3. Workshop: Introduction to Program Logic May 2016

    Event
    Workshop
    2nd May, 2016
    Australia
    Paid

    Program logic is a simplified model of expected cause-and-effect relationships between activities, immediate changes, intermediate outcomes and final outcomes. This workshop introduces the program logic concept and lays out a step by step process for creating a logic model. The workshop concludes with an overview of how this logic model can be used for program design and to be the spine of a monitoring, evaluation, reporting and improvement framework.

  4. AES Workshop: Introduction to Program Logic

    Event
    Workshop
    6th February, 2017
    Australia
    Paid

    Program logic is a simplified model of expected cause-and-effect relationships between activities, immediate changes, intermediate outcomes and final outcomes. This workshop introduces the program logic concept and lays out a step by step process for creating a logic model. The workshop concludes with an overview of how this logic model can be used for program design and to be the spine of a monitoring, evaluation, reporting and improvement framework.

  5. Advanced Program Logic (1 day)

    Event
    Workshop
    31st March, 2017
    Australia
    Paid

    For deeper study of the use of program logic/theory of change we offer an extra day following our two-day course. The workshop is for experienced facilitators or those who have already attended several courses on this topic. If you have already mastered the basics and wish to find answers to more in-depth challenges or learn how to develop logic/ theory of change for more complex programs then this course is for you. 

  6. The Evaluators' Institute- July 2017 Program

    Event
    Course
    10th July, 2017 to 22nd July, 2017
    United States
    Paid

    The TEI programs offer a wide variety of courses suited to professionals whose skills range from the absolute beginner to the seasoned professional. Courses last from one to five days, often spread across one- or two-week programs, so participants may tailor the length and depth of their training to suit their needs. Participation in TEI programs builds towards TEI's professional certificates in evaluation.

  7. Program Logic / Theory of Change Training- November 6th – 7th 2014

    Event
    6th November, 2014 to 7th November, 2014
    Australia

    This workshop introduces the program logic concept and lays out a step by step process for creating a logic model. Program logic models illustrate the expected cause-and-effect relationships between activities, immediate changes, intermediate outcomes and final outcomes for a given program. Often represented as a diagram, a program logic model shows a series of expected consequences, not just a sequence of events. Articulating a program logic often requires 'backward mapping'.

  8. Program Logic / Theory of Change (2 days)

    Event
    Workshop
    29th March, 2017 to 30th March, 2017
    Australia
    Paid

    This workshop style training course introduces the program logic / theory of change concept and a step by step process for creating a logic model for programs of all types and levels of complexity. A program logic/ theory of change focuses not just on how a project is trying to achieve change, and what kinds of change, but also on who needs to change. The course includes discussion of how program logic / theory of change can be used for program design and to provide the structure for monitoring and evaluation plans.