Logic Modelling is a popular approach and tool used to clarify and plan an intervention. It can help you clearly identify the changes you want to achieve and how you can achieve them. It also provides a foundation for implementation planning and monitoring and evaluation.
The course is part of CDI’s Quality Services, Better Outcomes training series and takes place on Zoom across two half days – Wednesday 24th and 31st of March from 9.30am to 12.30pm
Who is it for?
Individuals and services that work in social, health, and education services. Whether you are new to Logic Modelling or already use a Logic Model or equivalent approach (such as the logical framework, results framework and theory of change), this course will support you to develop your skills in defining outcomes at various levels and the strategies to meet them.
What will I learn?
At the end of the Logic Modelling short course, you will:
Know about: The function and components of a Logic Model and Theory of Change;
Understand: The relationship between their different functions and components;
Be able to: Develop and use a Logic Model for programme implementation and learning.
The course provides a strong foundation to undertake the Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation course, which will support you to identify the indicators, tools and targets for the change you have defined.
Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
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