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Webinar: How To Amaze Your Funders With Watertight Evidence

January 21, 2016 at 3:58 PM

How To Amaze Your Funders With Watertight Evidence: Register now for the first Community Research Webinar of the Summer!

Kia ora,

Join us for the first of the Community Research Summer Series Webinars 2016 – Tuesday 9th February 11.00am.  Rachael Trotman (Weave Consulting, ANZEA) and Kate McKegg (The Knowledge Institute, ANZEA) will present a live, interactive 45-minute ‘seminar at your desk’ on Google Hangouts on Air. 

Kate and Rachael will present tools and case studies, to help you to show how you make a difference.

This webinar is for time-poor, cash-strapped organisations who are under pressure to produce evidence of their results.  It is particularly aimed at people who are new to outcomes thinking and evaluation methods.

Places are free of charge.  Register here

Learning outcomes of the webinar:

– Learn about tools and methods that can help you produce robust data and evidence

– Hear some ‘real life’ stories of the groups in Aotearoa who use them

– Take another step on your journey to being a learning organisation – one that supports creativity, risk-taking and genuine enquiry

– Find out what resources can assist you on the What Works website

– Choose whether to attend an online Q&A’s workshop with Rachael Trotman, following this event

Ready to take your work to the next level?  Join Rachael at one of two online follow-up workshops – 16th and 17th February 11.00am.  Rachael Trotman will facilitate a follow-up Q&A’s session for NGO’s who are ready to take their work to the next level, and who have further questions.  Strictly limited to ten places, on Google Hangouts.  Find out more at the webinar.

What do I do next?

Register here!

The webinar will be hosted by Community Research through Google+ Hangouts on Air.  An email will be sent to all registered participants 10 days before the event with further details about how to get onto the Hangout, including how to ask questions in real time to the presenters.

Details on the minimum technical requirements to access the webinar (e.g. minimum operating system, type of connection) can be found here.

Information for those with accessibility requirements (e.g. if you are unable to use a mouse, or require an interpreter) can be found here.



Our Webinar Summer Series is a fantastic new series of topical 'seminars at your desk'.  Each one is an online, interactive event, where you get to learn at your desk, from those working in the community sector.  Places are free of charge, and each event is strictly limited to 100 places.

To find out about future events, sign up to receive our bi-monthly e-news.


We look forward to seeing you online.

Ngā mihi nui -with all good wishes,

Jan and the team at Community Research