The next training is scheduled for Friday, Thursday, February 2, 2017, 9:00 – 4:00 in Denver, Colorado. Click here to register.
About this training
NCSE has designed this interactive training based on expertise in research and evaluation, lessons learned about truancy reduction and practical training experience. We will cover the processes necessary to decide what data to collect, what data collection methods to use, and how to assure the highest quality data possible so that you can draw accurate conclusions about your program. This is not a data analysis or statistics class. Tip: Take this back-to-back with our Best Practices in Truancy Reduction training the day before!
Who should attend?
It is ideal for those in charge of truancy reduction programs who want to use evaluation to make their programs as efficacious as possible or who need to report program effectiveness to funders. It is intended for those who are new to program evaluation. Attendees will leave with ideas for how to structure evaluations and manage data collection, and with the vocabulary needed to interact effectively with professional evaluators and data analysts. You will also leave with a new network of contacts working in your field!
Cost: The cost of this one-day training is $225.00. A continental breakfast and lunch are included.
Agenda: Click here for a detailed agenda.
The training will be hosted in beautiful and historic Tears McFarlane House, adjacent to Cheesman Park in downtown Denver.
1290 Williams Street
Denver, CO 80205 [ Map and Directions ]
Parking: Plenty of free street parking is available. Click here for a parking map.