Find out how to create meaningful person-centred evaluation, even in a time of crisis and high pressure with the WCVA.
To share good practice in involving people in evaluation and consider what we can learn from co-production to ensure that participation is always meaningful and person-centred, even in a time of crisis and high pressure.
The people we work with are the experts on the services we deliver as voluntary sector organisations. We want to capture and learn from their experiences to improve our services. But people are not data points! They have their own feelings, needs and different levels of agency and choice in how they engage with evaluation.
The COVID-19 crisis has presented additional challenges for evaluating services and creates the risk that evaluation could become something that is ‘done to’ people, rather than with them.
Join us to hear from Mike Corcoran of the Co-Production Network for Wales and a panel of speakers who will provide a range of perspectives on meaningful participation and what we can do in the current crisis.
By the end of the webinar participants will:
Have increased understanding of the importance of taking a meaningful, person centred approach to evaluation.
Have increased knowledge of co-production and how a co-productive approach can support evaluation.
Have increased knowledge of approaches that may support evaluation during the current crisis.
Be aware of useful tools and resources.
Who the session is for?
Anyone interested in developing good impact and evaluation practice in their organisation. It will be particularly useful for organisations that are evaluating service delivery and need to involve beneficiaries in the evaluation process.
This is not an introductory webinar and a basic level of knowledge will be assumed.
Date: 20th May 2020,
Time: 2pm – 4pm
Medium: Delivered through the medium of English