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In search of a common evaluation
framework for mentoring schemes
Matthew Terry
Evaluation services
www.cloud-chamber.co.uk
Development & support of
mentoring schemes
Evaluation of mentoring
schemes
Training & mentoring for
evaluation
The hypothesis
 While the context of individual mentoring
schemes may differ…
 …they are similar in many ways…
 …and wo...
Differences
 Sector/subject
 Target group
 Delivery mechanism
 Timescale
 Definition?
Similarities
 Referral & recruitment
 Mentor training & selection
 Management & monitoring
 Personal development outco...
Benefits
 Sharing good practice
 Validated research instruments
 Cost & efficiency savings
 Better communication of th...
The evaluation logic model
 Rationale - The reasons why a programme is created
 Objectives - The results that a programm...
The evaluation logic model
 Rationale - The reasons why your programme was created
 Objectives - The results that your p...
The evaluation logic model
 Rationale - The reasons why your programme was created
 Objectives - The results that your p...
The evaluation logic model
 Rationale - The reasons why your programme was created
 Objectives - The results that your p...
matthew.terry@cloud-chamber.co.uk
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In Search of a Common Evaluation framework for Mentoring - Cloud Chamber

  1. 1. In search of a common evaluation framework for mentoring schemes Matthew Terry Evaluation services www.cloud-chamber.co.uk
  2. 2. Development & support of mentoring schemes Evaluation of mentoring schemes Training & mentoring for evaluation
  3. 3. The hypothesis  While the context of individual mentoring schemes may differ…  …they are similar in many ways…  …and would benefit from a common evaluation approach
  4. 4. Differences  Sector/subject  Target group  Delivery mechanism  Timescale  Definition?
  5. 5. Similarities  Referral & recruitment  Mentor training & selection  Management & monitoring  Personal development outcomes  Delivery challenges
  6. 6. Benefits  Sharing good practice  Validated research instruments  Cost & efficiency savings  Better communication of the difference you make
  7. 7. The evaluation logic model  Rationale - The reasons why a programme is created  Objectives - The results that a programme is expected to achieve  Inputs - The resources that support the delivery of the programme  Activities - The tasks undertaken to meet the programme objectives  Outputs – The quantifiable measures of activity  Outcomes - The immediate change that participants experience  Impacts - The longer term change to participants and/or to others
  8. 8. The evaluation logic model  Rationale - The reasons why your programme was created  Objectives - The results that your programme is expected to achieve  Inputs - The resources that support the delivery of your programme  Activities - The tasks undertaken to meet the programme objectives  Outputs – The quantifiable measures of activity  Outcomes - The immediate change that participants experience  Impacts - The longer term change to participants and/or to others
  9. 9. The evaluation logic model  Rationale - The reasons why your programme was created  Objectives - The results that your programme is expected to achieve  Inputs - The resources that support the delivery of your programme  Activities - The tasks undertaken to meet the programme objectives  Outputs – The quantifiable measures of activity  Outcomes - The immediate change that participants experience  Impacts - The longer term change to participants and/or to others
  10. 10. The evaluation logic model  Rationale - The reasons why your programme was created  Objectives - The results that your programme is expected to achieve  Inputs - The resources that support the delivery of your programme  Activities - The tasks undertaken to meet the programme objectives  Outputs – The quantifiable measures of activity  Outcomes - The immediate change that participants experience  Impacts - The longer term change to participants and/or to others
  11. 11. matthew.terry@cloud-chamber.co.uk

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