Willis Newson have just launched their 2014 training courses.
- Are you currently working in the field of arts in health or arts and wellbeing?
- Do you need to credibly demonstrate the outcomes and impacts of your work?
- Do you want to want to develop and grow your professional practice or initiative in a way that is sustainable and exemplifies best practice?
Project evaluation remains a key challenge for practitioners and organisations. This course will provide an overview of evaluation techniques to support those managing and delivering arts, health and wellbeing initiatives and introduce participants to the theoretical concepts and practical tools they need to undertake their own evaluations. Our watchwords are Appropriate, Ethical and Credible, but we also encourage participants to think creatively about the approaches they use. Led by expert practitioners, the course will include teaching and case studies as well as group activities providing opportunities for discussion and feedback. Practical skills development will be combined with teaching and reflection. A suggested reading list will be provided.
Day 1: Appropriate, Ethical and Credible: An Introduction to Arts and Health Evaluation
Day 2: Anecdote to Evidence: Understanding, Accessing and Using the Evidence Base
Day 3: Making Sense of the Numbers: Quantitative Data Collection and Analysis
Day 4: Making Sense of What People Say and Do:Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis
Day 5: Getting the Message Out: Credible and Effective Reporting
The programme is open to project and programme managers working in the field of arts and health or arts and wellbeing, as well as artists, arts practitioners and creative professionals currently working in, or seeking to develop their practice in, arts, health and social care. It will also be of interest to a range of healthcare professionals including arts therapists, occupational therapists, nurses, doctors, activity co-ordinators and managers.
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Download the course brochure here:Evaluation Training 2014
Dates: The course will run fortnightly
from 9am – 3.30pm on:
Tuesday 11th February
Tuesday 25th February
Tuesday 11th March
Tuesday 25th March
Tuesday 8th April
- £450 for the full 5-day programme
- £110 per day for individual days
While you can choose whether to attend the full five days or pick and choose individual sessions, we do recommend that all participants take the first Introductory session.
As part of our commitment to improving the delivery of arts and health projects, we offer a range of training and professional development courses to those working in the field. For details on other training visit our website.