What is considered Quality for the Partnership

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  • 1. Project Evaluation “What is considered Quality for the partnership”Raftopoulos Dimitris Strategic Leadership
  • 2. Contents• Role of the evaluator• Stages of the project evaluation• Types of evaluation• ETM evaluation + quality next steps• Available tools for evaluation for the ETM project Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 3. Role of the EvaluatorThe evaluator must:• Set the context for open discussion on project performance• Identify strengths & weaknesses, obstacles to progress• Make recommendations to continue, modify, and/or delete• Assures and improves the quality of the project and project outcomes and of other actors• Pursues a culture of quality assurance• Helps quantifying results• Predicts how the project activities will develop• Reduces the work of the Final Report Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 4. Stages of the project evaluation 1/3• Prior to project submission – agree on the person who will be responsible for evaluation across the partnership – agree on the priorities for evaluation • What are we going to evaluate? • The processes of the project? • The outputs of the project? • The outcomes of the project? – Develop an evaluation Workplan Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 5. Stages of the project evaluation 2/3• Start after the project approval• Make a logical schedule• Choose evaluation tools carefully structured and make indicators clear Available tools for evaluation Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 6. Stages of the project evaluation 3/3• Use the evidence to implement changes• Analyse results -if possible at a project meeting 1. What does this mean for the project? 2. What should we do next? 3. How will we manage changes to the project’s workplan?• Draw attention to the positives as well as challenges• Adapt: workplan, activities, communication platforms, management, budgets• Inform everyone involved -try not to impose!• Record all reasons for the changes Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 7. Types of evaluation 1/2• Internal Evaluation: performed by staff of partnership members, preferably directly involved in the project work• External Evaluation: performed by an expert not attached to any of the partnership members, who has no other task in the project Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 8. Types of Evaluation 2/2 Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 9. Examples ofevaluation types Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 10. ETM evaluation Quality next steps• What can we say about the object in our hands? 1. who will be responsible for evaluation across the partnership 2. agree on the priorities for evaluation 1. What are we going to evaluate? 2. The processes of the project? 3. The outputs of the project? 4. The outcomes of the project? 3. What tools we are going to use for all 3 types of evaluation
  • 11. Evaluation Plan and Quality Indicators Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 12. Evaluation Plan and Quality Indicators Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111
  • 13. 9-10-02-2012 Every Trainee Matters | 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111