• Professional Development

    Foundations for Creating a Culture of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Evaluation – Free Live Webinar for CES Members (Oct 5)

    The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Working Group of the CES invites all CES members to attend their live webinar “Foundations for Creating a Culture of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Evaluation” on Monday October 5th from 1-4pm. This webinar, delivered by a team of experts from Bloom Consulting, is an opportunity for CES members to work together to create a more inclusive organization for the evaluation community and to enhance their professional practice and it is free to all CES members, courtesy of the DEI WG.  You can register for the webinar here and you are encouraged to indicate your specific interests in the topic by completing this short questionnaire.  CES encourages members to…

  • Professional Development

    Info and Q&A session on the CES Credentialed Evaluator designation (free) – October 7th

    The Maritime CES Chapters are collaboratively hosting a free online session about the Credentialed Evaluator (CE) designation! On October 7th, 1:30-2:30 pm (ADT), come learn about the designation, ask questions, and receive advice on the application. Whether you’re first learning about the CE or are mid-application (or somewhere in between), we hope to see you there. For more details and sign-up info, please see the below message. Version en francais a suivre Greetings from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and PEI Chapters of the Canadian Evaluation Society. The Maritime CES Presidents and PD Chairs have been collaborating on a series of “Wednesday Webinars,” which will kick off with a Q&A for…

  • Professional Development

    Evaluation Facilitation principles meet Blue Marble Evaluation principles: Professional Development to be World Savvy in a Virtual World (free webinar)

    Blue Marble Evaluation regularly holds free webinars related to its focus on “training the next generation of evaluators to Think Globally, Act Globally and Evaluate Globally.” (https://bluemarbleeval.org/) Blue Marble Evaluation’s next webinar will be held on September 22nd, 2020 @ 2:00pm (UTC) / 11:00am (ADT) and is titled, “Evaluation Facilitation principles meet Blue Marble Evaluation principles: Professional Development to be World Savvy in a Virtual World”. You can learn about the webinar and register at: https://bluemarbleeval.org/latest/evaluation-facilitation-principles-meet-blue-marble-evaluation-principles-professional From the website: Learn how two professional development and capability-building trainers, Glenn Page and Michael Quinn Patton, are adapting to the online environment. Two principles-focused evaluation approaches interconnect as Glenn will focus on how to apply the principles…

  • Contracts & Jobs

    RFP Opportunity: Evaluation and Performance Measurement Online Course

    The Atlantic Region Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies (ARAISA) is seeking a consultant (trainer), consulting team, or non-profit organization (hereinafter referred to as ‘Consultant’) to design, develop and deliver a bilingual (English/French) online course on Evaluation and Performance Measurement for Settlement and Integration Sector Practitioners in Atlantic Canada. The primary aim of the training is to increase the capacity of settlement agency staff to monitor, evaluate and incorporate learning into program delivery for newcomers to Canada. The course topic will be addressed through the delivery of several modules comprised of videos, downloadable resources and worksheets, and facilitated live virtual sessions, to take place in February and early March 2021.  Deadline…

  • Contracts & Jobs

    RFP Opportunity: Development of an online course on Truth and Reconciliation in Evaluation

    The Canadian Evaluation Society is accepting requests for proposals for the development of a new e-Institute course on Truth and Reconciliation in Evaluation, a complimentary webinar, and a limited number of practice support documents.  These products will reflect the CES commitment to Truth and Reconciliation and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. The consultant(s) is expected to work remotely under the supervision of the CES Director e-Institute (board position) and the Truth and Reconciliation (T&R) Reference Group.  The term for this work is up to 18 months. An electronic copy of your proposal must be submitted to [email protected]  by 5 pm EDT on September 30, 2020.  Acceptable formats for the electronic version are *pdf,…