Introduction to Program Evaluation for Budget and Management Analysts
July 7-8, 2015
How do you measure the impact of your department's work? Do you have an established program or process you need to evaluate? Are your funders asking for evaluation plans as part of a request?
Bring your own project or program needs to this workshop, and leave with a draft evaluation plan. This is a practical, hands-on course, so be prepared to share ideas and learn from each other.
Held in two half-day sessions, the workshop is being offered in conjunction with NCLGBA Summer Conference in Wrightsville Beach, but serves as a stand alone class.
Gain the following skills:
- Identify a variety of program evaluation tools
- Map out a basic evaluation plan that can be used in your office
- Understand how to effectively present evaluation results
Understand how program evaluation fits into budget planning and implementation processes
Program managers, department heads, management and budget staff from government agencies and nonprofit organizations
2 half day sessions located at Shell Island Wrightsville Beach,
7/7/15 registration begins at Noon with class continuing until 5:00
7/8/15 The course will continue through late morning finishing in time for participants to join the NCLGBA conference.
July 7-8, 2015
Pre-conference training session led by UNC School of Government Professor of Public Administration, Maureen Berner. Professor Berner will conduct the Introduction to Program Evaluation class prior to the Summer Conference and this class will count toward Budget Officer Certification.
This course will be held at Shell Island in conjunction with the Summer NCLGBA’s 2015 Summer Conference
Hotel rooms for this class as well as the conference are available for $189/night (plus tax) by calling Shell Island at 910-256-8696.
Course participants who cancel their registration on or before June 23, 2015 will receive a full refund. Those who cancel on or before June 30, 2015 will receive a full refund, less a $25 cancellation fee. No refund will be made for cancellations made after June 30, 2015. All cancellations must be submitted in writing, as outlined in the School's cancellation policy.