WHEN: Friday August 9, 2019 from 12 pm to 1 pm Pacific Time
WHERE: CESBC webinars take place online using Zoom platform. You can check your computer's requirements here
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(Please join the webinar at 12:00 pm. And the webinar will end before 1:00 pm. The webinar is booked for a longer timeframe for organizational purposes only.)
Presented by Diana Tindall
"What tools do I need to be an evaluator?" Is a question frequently asked – by both new and experienced evaluators. New evaluators may be looking for a basic skill set. They may want to know how it fits with the skills they already bring to evaluation. Experienced evaluators may be looking for more specialized skills for a specific evaluation. Or those they see as new/emerging and thus relevant to their work in a more general sense. This session offers evaluators a look at what tools employers are asking for. (And a chance to reflect on which they already have or would like to have.) It presents the analysis of 40 recent program evaluation job postings - 25 in BC and 15 elsewhere in Canada (including federal). It focuses on two areas: a) work to be performed and key responsibilities (what you would do) and b) qualifications, experience and skills (what you will bring).
Biography of presenter:
Diana Tindall's research on performance has helped organizations strategically realign activities, fine tune existing processes and demonstrate to stakeholders the value of initiatives for more than 25 years. Diana has worked on federal, provincial and not-for- profit projects across multiple sectors. She is currently an Evaluator with the Rick Hansen Institute..
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