Workshop: Introduction to Evaluation: Applied Techniques
Date and time: Tuesday 14th February AND Friday 17th February, 9.30am to 12.30pm AEDT (registration from 9.15am) Registrants are to attend both sessions. (full day workshop - 2 sessions)
Venue: Via Zoom. Details will be emailed to registrants just prior to the workshop start time
Facilitator: Charlie Tulloch
Register online by: 10 February 2023. Spaces limited to 25 participants
It is recommended, though not essential, that participants attend the Core Concepts and Methods workshop in advance.
Introduction to Evaluation: Applied Techniques will provide space for participants to practice several basic evaluation activities through applied learning. This will be guided by basic information about each technique.
The workshop offers introductory exercises relating to:
- Conducting interviews
- Case studies
- Survey design
The purpose of the workshop is to improve participants’ confidence in selecting approaches and conducting evaluation work through application of common evaluation approaches.
This workshop aligns with competencies in the AES Evaluator’s Professional Learning Competency Framework. The identified domains are:
- Domain 5 – Project management
- Domain 6 – Interpersonal skills
- Domain 7 – Evaluation Activities
Who should attend?
- Participants with an interest in testing different evaluation approaches in a ‘safe to fail’ environment
- New or intermediate evaluators wishing to develop new skills
- Non-evaluators seeking to develop their research skillsets through evaluation.
Workshop start times
- VIC, NSW, ACT, TAS: 9.30am
- QLD: 8.30am
- SA: 9.00am
- NT: 8.00am
- WA: 6.30am
- New Zealand: 11.30am
- For other time zones please go to https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
About the facilitator
Charlie is a public sector evaluation and public policy consultant. Since mid-2008, he has worked in small, medium, and large consulting firms. He founded Policy Performance in February 2018 to support public sector policy development, implementation and evaluation.
Charlie started his career on the Victorian public service graduate program in 2004, then worked for the Department of Premier and Cabinet for four and a half years, providing policy advice in the areas of infrastructure, intergovernmental relations, economic development, tourism, major events, sport and recreation, and innovation.
Since turning to consulting, he has completed evaluation and reform projects across many portfolios, including Indigenous affairs, education and training (early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary), industry/economic development, intergovernmental relations, community services, emergency services, out-of-home care, grants administration, sport and recreation, regional development and justice/corrections.
Charlie completed a Master of Evaluation in 2014 and was a tutor in Impact Evaluation at the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Program Evaluation between 2015-18. He was an online facilitator for Oxford University’s Evidence in Public Policy leadership short course in 2020. He was an AES Board member between 2020 and 2022.