Date and Time: Thursday 25th February 2021 4.00 - 5.30pm AEDT
Topic: Evaluation Questions you (normally) can't ask!
Presenter: Ben Barnes - independent consultant, George Agryous - UTS and Jessica Stewart -NSW Department of Communities & Justice
Venue: Via Zoom. Details will be emailed to registrants just prior to the seminar start time
Register online by: noon on Tuesday 23rd February. Places limited to 80 participants.

This is a free event organised by the New South Wales Regional Network Committee of the AES. Our seminar series provides an opportunity for you to meet with AES members and others in the evaluation community and to share and learn from the experiences of fellow evaluators.

Seminar overview:

Have you ever been confronted with a difficult evaluation challenge or issue? It may be about the politics of a particular evaluation, dealing with a difficult client or being asked to modify your results. In this workshop, you are invited to bring along those difficult questions about evaluation that you have been afraid to ask and discuss them with colleagues and an expert panel.

Small groups will be convened to consider the questions/challenges and then we will join a plenary with an expert panel comprising experienced evaluation practitioners from academia, government and the consulting worlds. The panel members will discuss and provide some advice on key issues and themes that emerge from the small group discussions.

So come along with your tough evaluation challenges or questions (or just come along to be part of a conversation!).

Panel member's background

  • George Argyrous, University of Technology Sydney
  • Ben Barnes, Independent evaluation expert with extensive government experience
  • Jessica Stewart, NSW Department of Communities and Justice

The session will be facilitated by Gavin Faunce, a NSW regional committee member, from the NSW Department of Customer Service.

Session start times

  • NSW, Victoria, ACT, TAS: 4.00pm
  • SA: 3.30pm
  • QLD: 3.00pm
  • NT: 2.30pm
  • Perth: 1.00pm
  • New Zealand: 6.00pm

For other time zones please go to https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

 

NB: Please ensure you have access to your email address just prior to the start time to access Zoom details. Please also check your email address is correct on your registration form before submitting. Thanks.


 




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