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Children and Youth Area Partnerships Most Significant Change Training

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Monash University Law Chambers

Level 2, Seminar Room 3

555 Lonsdale Street

Melbourne, Vic 3000

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Following a Developmental Evaluation of the Children and Youth Area Partnerships there is a growing need to build capacity for the Area Partnerships to use evidence-based approaches, monitor and evaluate progress and establish an effective learning system.

The Most Significant Change (MSC) technique that was co-developed by Jess Dart, Founding Director of Clear Horizon, has been identified as an effective tool for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of Area Partnerships’ strategies as well as building the learning capacity across the initiative.

MSC is a powerful tool for monitoring, evaluation and organisational learning. MSC goes beyond merely capturing and documenting participants’ stories of impact, by offering a means of engaging in effective dialogue. The MSC process offers an opportunity for a diverse range of stakeholders to enter into a dialogue about program intention, impact and ultimately future direction.

The MSC course is designed to provide a level of operational competency sufficient for participants to take a lead role in the promotion, planning and implementation of an MSC process within the Children and Youth Area Partnerships context.

The MSC course runs over two days, 4th-5th December, 9:30am-5:00pm.

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Melbourne, Vic 3000

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