The 2017 Conference Planning Committee is pleased to invite evaluation professionals, members of academia, students, and other potential presenters to submit proposals for presentations and workshops that will contribute to our conference theme.
The conference will be held in Vancouver, BC from April 30 to May 3, 2017. Pre-conference workshops will occur on Sunday, April 30, 2017.
The conference theme is: “Facing Forward: Innovation, Action, and Reflection”.
Presentation proposals can be submitted electronically by visiting the site http://c2017.evaluationcanada.ca/proposal-submission/.
Le comité organisateur du Congrès 2017 est heureux d’inviter les professionnels de l’évaluation, les universitaires, les étudiants et les autres présentateurs potentiels à soumettre des propositions de présentations et d’ateliers qui s’inscriront dans la thématique de notre congrès. On trouvera un appel d’ateliers distinct dans le site Web du congrès.
Le congrès aura lieu à Vancouver du 30 avril au 3 mai 2017. Des ateliers pré-congrès se donneront le dimanche 30 avril 2017.
Le congrès est axé sur le thème : « Face à l’avenir : innovation, action et réflexion ».
La soumission d’une proposition de présentation peut se faire par voie électronique, depuis la page http://c2017.evaluationcanada.ca/fr/soumettre-une-proposition/.
The Public Service Commission, along with the Centre for Advanced Management Education at Dalhousie University is offering a workshop in program evaluation. The focus will be on developing an evaluation framework for a project in need of evaluation. The four day workshop will teach the necessary concepts as well as take you step by step through a credible evaluation process. The workshop will be especially helpful for those who have responsibility for reporting on program outcomes. The dates are Oct 17, Nov 7 – 8 and Dec 5.
Instructor: Dr. Kaireen Chaytor
The fee $1,250.00 (+ HST) includes a manual and a text for future reference. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration should be completed by October 7, 2016. Click here for the workshop flyer!
CES British Colombia Yukon (CESBCY) is looking forward to hosting the national CES conference next year. They have created a blog in an effort to crease a lively space for discussion about the theme leading up to the conference- Facing Forward: Innovation, Action and Reflection.
Detail about the theme and the blog can be found here: http://c2017.evaluationcanada.ca/ if you are interested in sharing your thoughts. A formal launch of the theme will take place in September and they are hoping to feature reflections, comments and discussion items from across the country in the launch.
For your comments to be considered for being featured in the launch, the deadline is September 9th, however, you are able to provide feedback and comments on the theme up until April 2017.
A new federal Policy on Results, which replaces the Policy on Evaluation, is now available on-line.
Importantly for those professionals interested in pursuing or maintaining the Credentialed Evaluator (CE) designation is a paragraph in the new Directive on Results (4.4.12) that states that “Heads of evaluation designated under subsection 4.3.12 of the policy are responsible for the following: […] ensuring that departmental evaluators have opportunities to develop their competencies and to earn evaluation-related designations or certifications from recognized professional associations and certifying bodies”.
As the CES-Nova Scotia Chapter has opportunities available for professional development this new policy should have a positive impact for us. We look forward to providing these opportunities for our members and professionals, and to the impact of this new policy for Nova Scotia.
Please see a job posting from the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness for a Senior Program Evaluator.
The application deadline is July 13, 2016. Good luck to those who apply.