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Creating Logic Models, Goals, and Indicators
May 21 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
A logic model is a visual representation of how a results-based program is designed to work. Many evaluation experts agree that the use of the logic model is an effective way to ensure program success, as it helps organize and systematize program planning, evaluation, and improvement. A logic model outlines the resources needed to run a program, the activities and products being delivered, and the changes in participants’ lives that are expected to occur as a result of participating in the program. A logic model clearly outlines program goals—general statements about what an organization intends to accomplish, as related to program activities and participant outcomes—and their corresponding indicators, which are the specific ways to measure progress toward program goals. In this seminar, we will share information that will help you learn how to create and update your own logic model, and identify appropriate goals and indicators for your program.
Students who attend this seminar will be able to:
- Create, update, and successfully utilize a logic model
- Set meaningful program goals
- Develop powerful indicators to measure progress toward goals
- Defining logic models
- Using logic models
- Logic model components
- Creating and updating a logic model
- Types of goals
- Setting meaningful and useful goals
- Components of an indicator
- Developing SMART indicators for a program
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None, no advanced preparation required
Instructional Method: Adult In-person classroom
Social Worker CEU Credits: 3 hours
Cost: $65 member / $115 non-member
Please note: Registration closes two days prior to the class.
All registrations are subject for approval.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Guillermo Villalobos has over 8 years of experience leading research projects at the University level, and over 3 years of experience in research and evaluation work with non-profit organizations and government agencies. He is experienced in study design, quantitative and qualitative research methods, tool development, data collection and management, report writing, and presenting results to experts and the general public. He has also published in peer-reviewed and other professional journals, and has presented his research at professional conferences. Mr. Villalobos is a member of the American Evaluation Association and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Mr. Villalobos holds a Master of Arts in General-Experimental Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of California, Riverside. He is currently completing his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Interdisciplinary Social Psychology at University of Nevada, Reno.