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Upstream Investments Evaluation Reporting Training

Learn how to utilize the Upstream Investments Impact Report template to tell your program’s story and highlight key accomplishments.


Upstream Investments Logic Model & Program Replication Training

Learn how to develop a map of program resources, activities and expected results. We’ll discuss how to direct programming and improve client outcomes. You’ll also come away with a better understanding of the difference between inputs, outputs and outcomes. Learn how to create a comprehensive program manual to enable program replication.


Upstream Investments Literature Review Training

Learn how to use research to inform program planning and improve outcomes. We’ll cover how to develop a literature review, including methods to find peer-evaluated research.


Upstream Investments Logic Model Training

Learn how to develop a map of program resources, activities and expected results. We’ll discuss how to direct programming and improve client outcomes. You’ll also come away with a better understanding of the difference between inputs, outputs and outcomes.


Upstream Investments Select and Implement an Evidence-Based Practice Training

Learn how to use national clearinghouses to select evidence-based practices, and how to implement a program with fidelity. We’ll also cover how to create opportunities for innovation within evidence-based programs.


Upstream Investments Evaluation Reporting Training

Learn how to utilize the Upstream Investments Impact Report template to tell your program’s story and highlight key accomplishments.


Upstream Investments Evaluation Planning I Training

Learn how to use a logic model to guide development of a simple evaluation plan. We’ll discuss how to define key stakeholders, evaluation purpose and questions. This is the first course in a two-part series on evaluation planning.


Upstream Investments Evaluation Planning II Training

Learn how to choose an evaluation design, evaluation methods and describe simple data analysis techniques. This is the second course in a two-part series on evaluation planning.

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