Outcome and impact training - events listing

This course will give you the knowledge and practical understanding to collect the best possible outcome and impact data for your organisation. You will learn more about how to use a range of methods and tools, including questionnaires, interviews, focus groups, participatory and creative methods and different ‘off the shelf’ tools

Date 24 May 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This practical and fast-paced course will give you the skills to make the most of your data, and deliver compelling and useful outcome and impact reports. You will learn how to go about analysing different types of data, best practice for using statistics, quotes and case examples, and will learn how to structure and write an effective report. You will also leave with the skills to make sure your report is relevant and used.

Date 25 May 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

A theory of change can help you plan new work, communicate the purpose of what you do to trustees, funders, donors and users, and decide what information to collect for evaluation. On this course you will learn about what theory of change is and how you can develop one to suit your organisation’s needs. Working with others, you’ll start building your own theory of change for a project, programme or your organisation. The course will also explore how theory of change can be used to develop your evaluation plans.   

Date 21 June 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

Focus groups are an interactive way to collect qualitative information, including feedback from stakeholders. To make sure that your focus group is well run and stays on track, good organisation and facilitation skills are needed. This course explores what focus groups are, and identifies their strengths and weaknesses as a data collection tool. It will discuss how to sample and recruit potential focus groups as well as giving you the chance to put your learning into practice by running a ‘mock’ focus group.

Date 29 June 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This course will give you a comprehensive and practical grounding in monitoring and evaluation. You will learn how to define and measure outcomes and also begin to develop your own monitoring and evaluation framework, which you can start using straight away.

Date 4 July 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This two-day course will give you a comprehensive and practical grounding in monitoring and evaluation. You will learn how to define and measure outcomes and also develop your own monitoring and evaluation framework, which you can start using straight away.

Date 13 - 14 July 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

A theory of change can help you plan new work, communicate the purpose of what you do to trustees, funders, donors and users, and decide what information to collect for evaluation. On this course you will learn about what theory of change is and how you can develop one to suit your organisation’s needs. Working with others, you’ll start building your own theory of change for a project, programme or your organisation. The course will also explore how theory of change can be used to develop your evaluation plans.  

Date 17 July 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This course will give you the knowledge and practical understanding to collect the best possible outcome and impact data for your organisation. You will learn more about how to use a range of methods and tools, including questionnaires, interviews, focus groups, participatory and creative methods and different ‘off the shelf’ tools

Date 27 July 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This practical and fast-paced course will give you the skills to make the most of your data, and deliver compelling and useful outcome and impact reports. You will learn how to go about analysing different types of data, best practice for using statistics, quotes and case examples, and will learn how to structure and write an effective report. You will also leave with the skills to make sure your report is relevant and used.

Date 28 July 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This course will give you a comprehensive and practical grounding in monitoring and evaluation. You will learn how to define and measure outcomes and also begin to develop your own monitoring and evaluation framework, which you can start using straight away.

Date 7 September 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

Does your money make a difference?

This course is designed for trusts, foundations and commissioners who provide funding to organisations and want to become better at assessing the outcomes and impact of the projects they fund. The course will enable you to put in place an outcomes and impact-focused system to demonstrate the effectiveness of your funding.

Date 20 September 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This course will give you a comprehensive and practical grounding in monitoring and evaluation. You will learn how to define and measure outcomes and also begin to develop your own monitoring and evaluation framework, which you can start using straight away.

Date 2 October 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

A theory of change can help you plan new work, communicate the purpose of what you do to trustees, funders, donors and users, and decide what information to collect for evaluation. On this course you will learn about what theory of change is and how you can develop one to suit your organisation’s needs. Working with others, you’ll start building your own theory of change for a project, programme or your organisation. The course will also explore how theory of change can be used to develop your evaluation plans.

Date 12 October 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This course will give you the knowledge and practical understanding to collect the best possible outcome and impact data for your organisation. You will learn more about how to use a range of methods and tools, including questionnaires, interviews, focus groups, participatory and creative methods and different ‘off the shelf’ tools

Date 24 October 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This practical and fast-paced course will give you the skills to make the most of your data, and deliver compelling and useful outcome and impact reports. You will learn how to go about analysing different types of data, best practice for using statistics, quotes and case examples, and will learn how to structure and write an effective report. You will also leave with the skills to make sure your report is relevant and used.

Date 25 October 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This course will give you a comprehensive and practical grounding in monitoring and evaluation. You will learn how to define and measure outcomes and also begin to develop your own monitoring and evaluation framework, which you can start using straight away.

Date 22 November 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

This two-day course will give you a comprehensive and practical grounding in monitoring and evaluation. You will learn how to define and measure outcomes and also develop your own monitoring and evaluation framework, which you can start using straight away.

Date 28 - 29 November 2017
Time 9.45 - 16.30
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1

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