“Outcome & Impact Measurement”

(2 Day Training Course 19 & 20 Oct )

Date:              Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th October 2016

Venue:          Disability Federation of Ireland Head Office,

Fumbally Court

Fumbally Lane

Dublin 8


This two-day course will give you a comprehensive and practical grounding in monitoring and evaluation. You will learn how to define and measure outcomes and also develop your own monitoring and evaluation framework, which you can start using straight away

Cost: €275 per person or €250 if two or more people from the same organisation attend.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 9th September 2016 to avail of a €50 discount (per person)

This 2 day introductory course, delivered by experienced tutors, offers a practical approach to linking monitoring and evaluation of outputs and outcomes to the planning and delivery of an organisation’s work. 

Using case studies and examples, participants are offered the opportunity to apply their learning to their own projects.  Participants bring their learning together into a self-evaluation framework that will enable them to collect vital information both for internal use and for funders and other stakeholders.



Is this course for you?

This course is appropriate for small to medium sized voluntary sector organisations, and/or organisations that are just beginning to implement a monitoring and self-evaluation system to collect information on their outputs and outcomes.

You will benefit most from this course if you:

·         are implementing PQASSO or other quality management system in your organisation.

·         are new, or fairly new, to monitoring and self-evaluation

·         wish to have time within the training to explore issues of monitoring and self-evaluation

·         want to implement a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation system in your organisation to collect information on the outputs and outcomes of your work


Course Outcomes

By the end of the two-day course, participants will have:

·         a better understanding of monitoring and evaluation

·         improved ability to identify and describe the outcomes and impact of their work

·         increased knowledge of how to develop a robust monitoring and evaluation framework

·         increased awareness of some simple ways to collect information



For further information on this programme contact SOLA Administrator Claire Gallery on 061 - 202960 or email


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