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Most Significant Change Training in UK July 2017

Most Significant Change (MSC) is a qualitative, participatory, approach to monitoring and evaluation which supports discussions between stakeholders about the actual impacts of the activity (both positive and negative). It facilitates change management and organisational learning. It is one approach which helps capture the uncountable things that count!
This two-day hands-on training will allow you to plan and implement MSC as one tool in an evaluation. You will discover the situations in which MSC is and is not appropriate. The training will be practical based. We will use real data from various projects. Over the two days you will implement the MSC approach several times. At the end, you should have the confidence to plan and implement MSC yourself. On optional third day will address use of the “mscdatabase” to support application of MSC and secondary and quantitative analysis.
The lead trainer is Dr Fiona Kotvojs. She has over 25 years experience in evaluation and has been awarded two national awards in Australia for different pieces of work. Fiona is highly experienced with MSC; she has applied MSC as part of most evaluations she designed or implemented over the past ten years; reviewed applications of MSC; and presented papers on MSC at international conferences. Fiona is also a highly qualified and experienced trainer. She has trained teams who have then successfully implemented MSC on a number of programs. She has also trained trainers in MSC who now train others in this approach in developing countries.
For further information please email fiona@kurrajonghill.com.au

Organisation Kurrajong Hill

Country: Australia

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