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etp evaluation scotland workshops 16th march 2011 and 17th march 2011
etp evaluation scotland workshops 16th march 2011 and 17th march 2011
Welcome
Welcome
Housekeeping
Housekeeping
ETP Evaluation Workshops
ETP Evaluation Workshops
Aims of Today
Aims of Today
Today’s Objectives
Today’s Objectives
Why are we looking at Evaluating ETP
Why are we looking at Evaluating ETP
Uncertain Times
Uncertain Times
Purpose of the Project
Purpose of the Project
Stages of the Project (1)
Stages of the Project (1)
Stages of the Project (2)
Stages of the Project (2)
WEBSITE LAUNCH: 7 DECEMBER 2010
WEBSITE LAUNCH: 7 DECEMBER 2010
Why Evaluation Champions
Why Evaluation Champions
The Approach Today
The Approach Today
Today’s Programme
Today’s Programme
GROUP ACTIVITY 1 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL EVALUATION
GROUP ACTIVITY 1 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL EVALUATION
WHAT IS www
WHAT IS www
www
www
Etp evaluation scotland workshops
Etp evaluation scotland workshops
Create an Account Free to Use Only you or people you give access, can
Create an Account Free to Use Only you or people you give access, can
Takes you through a series of questions about: the road safety issue
Takes you through a series of questions about: the road safety issue
Recommendations
Recommendations
Evaluation Report Template
Evaluation Report Template
Evaluation Report Template
Evaluation Report Template
www
www

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1 etp evaluation scotland workshops 16th march 2011 and 17th march 2011

etp evaluation scotland workshops 16th march 2011 and 17th march 2011

ETP EVALUATION SCOTLAND WORKSHOPS 16th MARCH 2011 and 17th MARCH 2011

2 Welcome

Welcome

Delighted that you are able to be here. To introduce the project team here today: Barbara King– DfT Lindsey Simkins and Kevin Clinton – RoSPA

3 Housekeeping

Housekeeping

Toilets Security Fire alarm Mobile phones Smoking Refreshments

4 ETP Evaluation Workshops

ETP Evaluation Workshops

These are the final 2 of series of 13 workshops. An event has been held for the evaluation champions. Delegates include invitees from every Local Authority, plus others who deliver Road Safety ETP.

5 Aims of Today

Aims of Today

Our aims today are to: To introduce the ETP Evaluation website and the E-valu-it toolkit to you. To increase understanding of evaluation among ETP practitioners.

6 Today’s Objectives

Today’s Objectives

Meet and talk to other potential E-valu-it users Understand why and how E-valu-it has been developed Know how to access and use the E-valu-it tools and support Consider some basic principles of evaluation: setting intervention objectives; developing a logic model to assist in evaluation planning Recognise the importance of sharing evaluation findings with other practitioners.

7 Why are we looking at Evaluating ETP

Why are we looking at Evaluating ETP

DfT health check initiative – visits to around 40 Local Highway Authorities. Difficulties in knowing how to approach evaluation of Road Safety. Big projects more likely to be evaluated. How to go about evaluation for small to medium, lower value campaigns? How do you know which scheme is most effective and gives best value for money?

8 Uncertain Times

Uncertain Times

Local authority budgets reduced; Changes to road safety funding; New government; Comprehensive Spending Review October 20th – uncertainty; Other local priorities, re-allocation of budget; Where there has been success in casualty reduction, shift of budget focus; Evaluation – ability to demonstrate value of Road Safety ETP to bid for funding; Making sure that ‘every penny counts’.

9 Purpose of the Project

Purpose of the Project

To provide an easy to use ‘toolkit’ and the skills to use it enabling the evaluation of Road Safety ETP interventions, for all types of target groups. Aimed at Local Highway Authorities and emergency services, and others. To create a free to use product available to all that can be used over and over again.

10 Stages of the Project (1)

Stages of the Project (1)

Identified need – set up project team April 2009 ‘Needs analysis’ seminars held September 2009 Working Group has met many times Aims, objectives and evaluation plan for the project agreed Website name registered

11 Stages of the Project (2)

Stages of the Project (2)

Specification for website and toolkit developed Question sets trialled Website developed and tested Academic peer reviews carried out Evaluation Champions Recruited Great Britain workshops arranged (September 2010 - March 2011) First three-month post-launch evaluation

12 WEBSITE LAUNCH: 7 DECEMBER 2010

WEBSITE LAUNCH: 7 DECEMBER 2010

By early March 2011 261 registered users 152 projects created 31 at report stage, 31 at recommendations stage and 78 completing questionnaire First Published Report: 7 March 2011 Over 16,000 visits December 2010 to Feb 2011

13 Why Evaluation Champions

Why Evaluation Champions

Aim to reach as many people as possible at some stage of the project through workshops; conferences; information on websites; RSGB newsfeed. Limited resources - we can’t visit every organisation delivering road safety. Recognised importance of local knowledge, local links, regional groups and word of mouth. Champions for Scotland are Janet Bowman of Fife Constabulary and Margaret Dickson of Inverclyde Council.

14 The Approach Today

The Approach Today

Some presentations. Plenty of opportunity to: work together, ask questions, re-acquaint yourself with the key concepts of evaluation, and see the website and toolkit.

15 Today’s Programme

Today’s Programme

Group working on the evaluation process. What is E-valu-it? Explained and demonstrated. Lunch! E-valu-it and objective setting with a group exercise. E-valu-it and the Logic Model.

16 GROUP ACTIVITY 1 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL EVALUATION

GROUP ACTIVITY 1 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL EVALUATION

Get into three groups Discuss the steps in planning an intervention and evaluation Agree a simple, short heading for each step Number and write your agreed step headings on a flipchart

17 WHAT IS www

WHAT IS www

roadsafetyevaluation.com and

And how will it help me to evaluate ETP?

18 www

www

roadsafetyevaluation.com

Complete guide to evaluation for ETP Includes the E-valu-it toolkit to help you Plan your evaluation AND Report your evaluation results Glossary, Topic Guides, Case Studies, Support, FAQs to help with evaluation

19 Etp evaluation scotland workshops
20 Create an Account Free to Use Only you or people you give access, can

Create an Account Free to Use Only you or people you give access, can

see your projects Produces evaluation recommendations

21 Takes you through a series of questions about: the road safety issue

Takes you through a series of questions about: the road safety issue

being addressed the intervention its Aims & Objectives the kind of change expected Prompts you with ‘Reality Checks’ Save and return to the questions as many times as you like

22 Recommendations

Recommendations

You choose the type of evaluation to conduct Strengths and weaknesses of the different types are indicated to help you to decide You choose the methods you want to use (eg, questionnaires, interviews, focus groups)

23 Evaluation Report Template

Evaluation Report Template

Introduction Evaluation Design & Methods Results Discussion Conclusions Recommendations References and Appendices

24 Evaluation Report Template

Evaluation Report Template

When finished, the Template becomes your Final Evaluation Report Save it as word document on your computer Save it in your E-valu-it account Publish on www.roadsafetyevaluation.com, Road Safety Knowledge Centre, etc. SHARE YOUR RESULTS!

25 www

www

roadsafetyevaluation.com

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