Introduction to evaluating and measuring impact in career development Presented by – Date – The power to question is the basis of all human progress. Indira Gandhi Questioning is the door of knowledge Irish saying. Aim and objectives. Aim:
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Introduction to evaluating and measuring impact in career developmentPresented by –Date – The power to question is the basis of all human progress.Indira GandhiQuestioning is the door of knowledgeIrish saying
Aim and objectives development
Work in pairs, preferably with someone you do not know well.Introduce yourselves: name, job role, experience in evaluating and measuring impact of the work you do as a Community Learning Champion.
Be prepared to introduce your partner to the group.
You have 5 minutes for this activity
Work in pairs.
Agree between you the outcomes and impact that should result from delivering a consistent and high quality service to the people and communities you work with and support
You have 5 minutes for this activity
As CLCs we may often be working with people who may be facing a variety of barriers/challenges such as:
Limited or no advice or support throughout their life
No or few qualifications
Low self esteem
A lack of confidence
Long term unemployment
In pairs discuss:
How do we know we are not giving them bad information
Monitoring: is the regular observation and recording of activities taking place in a programme. It is a process of routinely gathering information on all aspects of the activity.
It is like watching where you are going while riding a bicycle; you can adjust as you go along and ensure that you are on the right track
Review: to lookback upon; view retrospectively
Evaluation: is the assessing and judging the value of a piece of work, an organisation or a service. Its main purpose is to help an organisation reflect on what it is trying to achieve, assessing how far it is succeeding, and identify required changes.
Monitoring and review activities -
Draw attention to successes
Highlight areas that need changing
Identify opportunities for development
Evaluation activities –
Generate information on impact and value
Provide evidence against which you can make judgments relating to the quality of provision and practice
Inform the continuous improvement plan and the scheme’s/organisation’s capacity to improve
Identifies the qualitative and quantitative data that is going to be gathered
Outlines how the data is going to be used
Reach – numbers and types of individuals affected by, or in contact with, the career development intervention
Reaction – Initial feedback from the learners
Learning – What has been learnt as a result of the activity or information and can this be evidenced
Impact – What does the individual do differently and how does this feed into the organisation’s effectiveness
Based on Donald Kirkpatrick’s Learning Evaluation Model 1959
Individually go through the audit tool and decide what score you would allocate to your scheme in relation to each of these statements.
In fours, compare your assessments, noting similarities and differences .
What does monitor mean?
Give some examples of reviewing
What does evaluation mean in terms of your scheme’s career development?
What impact could effective career development activity have on clients?
What aspects of the career development audit to you recall?
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