Wed, 29th Feb 2012 09:00am – 05:00pm
Birmingham venue tbc
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Ever wondered whether the HE STEM outreach activities you are doing have any value? Want to improve your practice but don't know where to start? Fed up of feedback questionnaires but want to develop an evaluation plan that works for you? Look no further.
The National HE STEM programme have funded the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) and Beacons for Public Engagement to bring you this exciting new 1 day course.
This one day course will encourage you to think about why evaluation is important, and what it can tell you. The day will cover important topics including:
Why evaluate your STEM activity
How do you get started?
How to engage your audiences in evaluation
Creative ways to evaluate
Where to get support for your evaluation
This highly interactive course, with exercises and discussion, will enable you to develop a draft evaluation strategy for your activity, and find out how to put it into practice.
Participants in the course will be provided with a course handbook, and the opportunity to participate in an online forum to share their experiences of developing an evaluation plan, and to ask questions.
The course is also running on 7 March: London and 8 March: Cardiff.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries
Book via the website link provided
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