Online Registration Open for the 2011 International Program for
Development Evaluation Training (June 13 – July 8).
“95% of the participants in the 2010 IPDET would recommend this program to a colleague.”
Annual Evaluation Report, 2010
This is the 11th year that IPDET will offer eighty hours of instruction and hands-on learning in the fundamentals of development evaluation during the two week Core Course (June 13 – 24), as well as more than 25 workshops in the two weeks that follow the Core Course (June 27 – July 1; July 4 – 8). Several dynamic new workshops include:
"Evaluating Networks and Coalitions”, taught by Jared Raynor, Senior Consultant with the TCC Group (originally, The Conservation Company) in the United States, and Heather Creech, Director, Global Connectivity, International Institute for Sustainable Development
“Developmental Evaluation: Applying Systems Thinking and Complexity Concepts to Enhance Innovation and Use”, taught by Michael Q. Patton, Evaluation Consultant, author and former President, American Evaluation Association
"Quantitative Impact Evaluation: Advanced Level”, taught by Jose Galdo, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration and Department of Economics at Carleton
Applicants can register for one to four weeks of training. In addition to intensive learning in large and small groups, the program includes special guest speakers, networking events, participant roundtables, and more.
Click here for more information about the program and our outstanding group of world-class, international instructors and to register on-line.