Aboriginal Program Evaluation in Practice Seminar

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Bendat Parent and Community Centre (Telethon Speech & Hearing)

36 Dodd Street

Wembley, WA 6014

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Aboriginal Program Evaluation in Practice Seminar

Do you work within Aboriginal communities in Western Australia and would you like to learn how more about evaluating Aboriginal programs?

Join Know Injury for the Aboriginal Program Evaluation in Practice Seminar as our panel of experts discuss how to evaluate Aboriginal programs.

The seminar will be a practical focus on evaluation within Aboriginal communities including strategies/methods, resources, tools and case studies. The seminar aims to:

- Increase awareness of evaluation practice within Aboriginal Communities in Western Australia;

- Increase knowledge of evaluation strategies/methods for Aboriginal communities;

- Increase knowledge of evaluation tools for Aboriginal communities

- Create an opportunity to share knowledge and network .

The seminar will also be available via webinar.

Date: Wednesday 29 May 2019

Presentation by:

  • Deanna Eades and Robert Morrison - Yarning it Up - Don't Smoke it Up Program

  • Fiona Heneker and Joshua Rivers - Aboriginal Youth Health Program

  • Wayne Ryder - Aboriginal Community Worker, Palmerston Association

  • Shannen Vallesi - Heart Health Program at Derbal Yerrigan Health Service

The Know Injury program is provided by Injury Matters in partnership with the Department of Health WA.

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Bendat Parent and Community Centre (Telethon Speech & Hearing)

36 Dodd Street

Wembley, WA 6014

Australia

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