What are the best tools, approaches and methodologies to employ when evaluating arts, health and wellbeing programmes?
This essential two day comprehensive evaluation and case study training for arts practitioners and organisations is led by arts and health evaluation expert Jane Willis, aimed at supporting the sector to develop credible and robust evaluation and case studies.
We will be running the same training in two locations:
Wednesday 7 - Thursday 8 November, Catrin Finch Centre Glyndwr University, Wrexham (waiting list only)
Wednesday 5 - Thursday 6 December, The Chapel, Singleton Hospital, Swansea (waiting list only)
The programme will be useful particularly for arts practitioners and organisations seeking to develop a wellbeing focus as part of their work or developing their knowledge and skills in this area .
Places are limited to 30 in each region, and only 1 delegate from each organisation to ensure fair distribution of places. It is important that delegates attend both days training as each day informs the other. Early booking is recommended.
Individuals from organisations: £40
Freelance practitioners: £20
For full information about the day, visit the Engage Cymru website: https://www.engage.org/engage-cymru