Performance Measurement and Evaluation (P237)
Reserve your space now for your preferred course date. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we will keep you informed whether the workshop will run in a classroom setting or live online. Regardless of format, you can be assured that we will deliver the same acclaimed training you expect from PMC.
A policy is created, a program designed and then launched. What comes next? First might come short-term performance measurement which often answers questions around efficiency: “How are we doing?” and “What needs improvement?” Then, after a longer period, perhaps five years, it is time for an evaluation to assess effectiveness, which seeks to answer “How did we do?, “Were we successful?” and “What were the results?”
The goal of performance measurement and evaluation (PME) is increased efficiency, effectiveness, and economy. Yet too often, PME is relegated to the back corner of an organization, often separated from the specific program which would benefit most from a review. This workshop seeks to train a spotlight on the core value of PME, providing policy analysts and program and community managers with a set of tools to help them assess their own programs and make adjustments as the need arises.
This is a two-day workshop in Ottawa.
Space is still available for all course dates listed, unless otherwise noted.
By the end of this seminar, you will be able to:
Please follow and like us:
Once you register the first attendee, you’ll have the ability to add additional attendees or purchase other workshops
Online event registration and ticketing powered by Event Espresso
Who Should Attend This Course?
This course is designed for policy analysts, program officers, subject-matter experts, managers, and other interested participants. While parts of the workshop make reference to the practices of the Government of Canada, the bulk of the workshop is applicable to any public-sector organization.
Does This Course Address Your Competency Development Needs?
This training workshop addresses:
• Analytical Thinking