Help with Evaluation

Are you keen to learn and apply new approaches to how you monitor and evaluate? Do you want to show people what your organisation can do?

Training available

There are places available for ‘CFHS Learning Accounts' in partnership with Evaluation Support Scotland, to enable community food and health initiatives to access the full range of basic training on self-evaluation offered by ESS. Successful applicants will attend an introduction to the CFHS Learning Account which will include: introducing the ESS Core Course Programme; and the training session on 'What are my outcomes?'

The Core Course Programme takes place from January to March 2012 and more information on course dates can be downloaded from www.evaluationsupportscotland.org.uk/events.asp

CFHS will consider offering places to non-food specific health initiatives whose work impacts on the wider health improvement and health inequalities agenda such as physical activity or mental health and wellbeing.

If you would like to apply, please read the accompanying information and complete an application form. The deadline for applications is Monday 12 December 2011. If you are interested in this training, please contact Elspeth Gracey Elspeth.Gracey@consumerfocus.org.uk or elspeth@scdc.org.uk or telephone 0141 222 4840

Funding available

Up to £750 is being made available towards self-evaluation of a piece of food or health work that's important to you. Community Food and Health (Scotland) are making funding available to a limited number of groups in Scotland. We are keen to encourage applications from community initiatives addressing national priorities in food and/or health. Closing date for applications is Monday 12 December. For more information check out the CFHS website where you can get further information and an application form.

If you would like further information on either of these offers - and interest in taking up both would be welcome - please contact Elspeth Gracey Elspeth.Gracey@consumerfocus.org.uk or elspeth@scdc.org.uk or telephone 0141 222 4840

Both the training and funding are being offered with the assistance of the Scottish Community Development Centre.

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