December 6 | 9am to 4pm
United Way Learning Centre (580 Main St.)
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This interactive workshop will teach participants how to plan for program evaluation within their organizations. Participants will learn about the different reasons for evaluating and the steps involved in planning a program evaluation. By the end of the workshops participants will have started to create their own program evaluation plans. We will also discuss all aspect of conducting an evaluation and provide resources to ensure that participants have tools to use when they start implementing what they learned.
About the Facilitators:
Anna Weier brings her passion for sustainability and knowledge of food security issues to her position as Planning and Evaluation Facilitator at Health in Common. She believes that evaluation is an important tool in providing information to community organizations to help them make their programming the best it can be. Anna has worked with communities in urban, rural and northern Manitoba on a wide range of initiatives, including active transportation, local and sustainable food, and green building. Anna has a Master’s of Environment from the University of Manitoba and undergraduate degrees in science and psychology.
Bohdanna Kinasevych: Having worked with community organizations to support and enhance capacity to integrate evaluation into program planning and design, Bohdanna has conducted several evaluations in health promotion and service delivery employing both qualitative and quantitative methods. She has a particular interest in applying community-based research principles and supporting the integration of evaluation findings into practices. Bohdanna has a Master’s degree in Community Health Sciences from the University of Manitoba and is a credentialed evaluator with the Canadian Evaluation Society. She currently works as an Planning and Evaluation Facilitator for Health in Common providing hands on support in the planning and implementation of program evaluation at the community level.