We are pleased to be launching Pathways to advance professionalisation within the context of the Australasian Evaluation Society, a study we commissioned from BetterEvaluation/ Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG). This report explores various avenues that AES could undertake to progress professionalization of evaluation as a discipline in our region.
The report provides a strong framework based on four broad change theories: increasing motivation, increasing capacity, increasing opportunity for professional practice, and gatekeeping. It outlines four pathway options.
The AES Board has endorsed Option 2, with a view to moving toward Option 3. The Learning and Professional Practice Committee (LPP) of the AES is developing a strategic plan to implement this decision.
Pathways to professionalisation - Part 1: Professionalisation within the context of the AES
Pathways to professionalisation - Part 2: Options for professionalisation
Join the conversation
We want to hear your thoughts on this report to help us shape the future direction of the AES in implementing the Option 2. Please join the conversation over July to October this year.
The Learning and Professional Practice Committee (LPP) of the AES Board will draw on the input from members to develop an action plan, which it will present to the AES Board meeting for approval in November 2018.
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