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Training Program Evaluation

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: 

Attend OPM's FED Evalu-Con 2016 on Monday, September 26th!

Federal Employee Development Evaluation Conference (FED Evalu-Con) is hosted by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), and will showcase training sessions on effective and innovative program evaluation practices and tools.  This event will provide attendees with an opportunity to increase program evaluation capacity. The event will also facilitate networking between evaluators of training and other types of evaluation programs, making the Federal evaluator community more cohesive and collaborative.

Registration is FULL for FED Evalu-Con 2016, however, you can join the event waitlist at: http://evalu-con2016.eventbrite.com.

Event session topics include:

  • Logic Models
  • Developing Evaluation Plans
  • Obtaining Vendor Support
  • Data Collection
  • Outcome Harvesting
  • Asking the Right Evaluation Questions
  • Making Meaningful Recommendations
  • Data Visualization
  • and more!
Speaker bios will be posted shortly and be sure to check back here after the conference for copies of the presentations that were delivered.

Participants, please click here for detailed logistics information including driving or metro directions and contact information. 



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