Evaluation training – beginner to advanced

January 17, 2018 at 6:32 pm Leave a comment

I was recently asked about training available on monitoring and evaluation and selected the following from the beginners to the advanced:

Beginners: 
The larger evaluation associations run workshops alongside their annual or biannual conferences. I’ve attended these at the European Evaluation Society conference and they were very good and given by experts in the field; the same for the Australasian and American conferences:
EES workshops (from 2016 – next conference is October 2018).
AES (Australia) workshops (from 2017 – next conference is in September 2018)
AES (USA) workshops (from 2017 – next conference is in October 2018) 

Intermediate:
For longer courses (3-5 days and blended learning), INTRAC, based in UK offer some very good courses: M&E, advanced M&E, Theory of Change.

For e-learning courses, TRAASS offer a series of self-paced evaluation courses:  Evaluation report writing, Cutting-edge M&E, How to be a successful evaluation consultant, Managing the politics of evaluation.

Advanced: 

The University of Melbourne, Australia offer a fully online masters in evaluation.

Claremont Evaluation Centre in the US offers a series of workshops over six days in August 2018 that can be taken online or in person:  Basics of Evaluation & Applied Research Methods, Quasi Experimental Design, Survey Research Methods, Culturally Responsive Evaluation and more!

Full disclaimer: I am trainer for some of the TRAASS courses and have given a workshop previously at the 2017 AES (Australia) conference.

Entry filed under: Trainings, Seminars & Conferences.

Inaugural event of the Vienna Evaluation Network – 16 January 2018 New resource: Communications monitoring, evaluation and learning toolkit

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