Want to learn the fundamentals of evaluation?
This self-paced introductory course is for people new to program evaluation, or for people who have never taken an evaluation course.
The course provides instruction on how to plan and conduct an evaluation and covers the evaluation landscape in Canada including evaluation standards, competencies, and guidance for ethical practice. You’ll have the opportunity to solidify your learning by working through an evaluation planning case study throughout the course!
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Estimated time to complete: 20 hours
Prerequisites: None — this is an entry-level course; no prior knowledge or experience related to evaluation is required. This course is designed for those who are new to program evaluation or to those wishing to ensure that their knowledge and skills used in their evaluation practice encompass all basic aspects of program evaluation.
Evaluation Competencies addressed: [x] reflective; [x] technical; [x] situational; [x] management; [x] interpersonal
Note: For all self-paced courses on the e-Institute, you will be granted access once payment is received in full. You then have three months to complete the course starting from the date access is granted.
This facilitated course provides step-by-step instructions and best practices for performing common inferential statistical analyses using Microsoft Excel.
This course covers all aspects of qualitative data analysis including creating an analytic framework, creating a codebook, coding data, selecting software to analyze qualitative data, increasing the trustworthiness of the analysis, and presenting qualitative data in reports.