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  1. Practical Evaluation Capacity Building: Whose capacity to do what, why and how?

    Event
    Workshop
    8th August, 2018
    Australia
    Paid

    This one-day course is for anyone who has a role (or would like to develop a role) in evaluation capacity building, in government, the community sector or business. It is suitable for people who are just starting to design an evaluation capacity building approach, through to those who have a few years’ experience under their belt.

  2. Pathways to advance professionalisation within the context of the AES

    Resource
    Discussion paper
    2017

    This report by Greet Peersman and Patricia Rogers for the Australasian Evaluation Society (AES) identifies four potential pathways towards professionalisation within the context of the AES: 1) Ad hoc, disconnected activities; 2) Focused, connected and strategic activities; 3) Voluntary credentialing of evaluators; and 4) Regulated and licensed profession. The main recommendation of the report is that the AES follow a pathway of focused, connected and strategic activities, with a view to considering a voluntary credentialing process down the track. A major feature of this report is the exploration of 41 activities and approaches that can be used to advance the professionalisation of monitoring and evaluation. These activities are likely to be of considerable interest to others who are undertaking or planning evaluation capacity strengthening activities.

  3. Pathways to professionalisation- Part 1: Professionalisation within the context of the AES

    Blog
    25th July, 2018

    In part 1 of this two-part blog series, Greet Peersman and Patricia Rogers introduce the ‘Pathways to advance professionalisation within the context of the AES’ project and report. They explore the four pathways identified in the report: 1) Ad hoc, disconnected activities; 2) Focused, connected and strategic activities; 3) Voluntary credentialing of evaluators; and 4) Regulated and licensed profession, and discuss their recommendation that the Australasian Evaluation Society follow a pathway of focused, connected and strategic activities, with a view to considering a voluntary credentialing process down the track.