Program logic models are a fundamental tool that are used by leaders and staff within social profit organizations to plan, develop, and evaluate the effectiveness of programs. This tool is also used by funders to quickly and clearly understand what a program delivers in terms of services and what the program hopes to achieve in terms of outputs and outcomes. The ability to understand, create, and make use of program logic models is essential in the social profit sector. Organizations that can do each of these important things thrive and carry out meaningful activities in their communities that deliver benefits to each group served.
To help you sharpen your knowledge of program logic models, FuseSocial is offering you the opportunity to participate in a two-hour workshop focused exclusively on program logic models. This workshop will be delivered by Christopher Cameron, who possesses more than 20 years of experience and extensive skills in terms of evaluation. Christopher has developed hundreds of programs logic models and taught countless individuals in the social profit how to build their own. Christopher is one of a select few evaluators in Canada that hold the Canadian Evaluation Society’s Credentialed Evaluator designation, which recognizes him as a leader in the field of evaluation in Canada.