This full day masterclass aims to build participants’ confidence and skills to undertake effective monitoring and evaluation as part of their primary prevention of violence against women and family violence work.
This workshop explores the key theoretical approaches and practice frameworks that guide primary prevention evaluation in Victoria, supporting participants to reflect on their own practice and experience. Participants are supported to unpack some of the key challenges to putting this work into practice and will work together to explore opportunities to overcome these challenges.
This workshop is designed for experienced practitioners working in the primary prevention and gender equality sectors. It is also relevant for evaluators seeking to build theirunderstanding of the specific skills and knowledge required to evaluation primary prevention initiatives. Participants will be supported to reflect on and draw from their own practice experience and knowledge throughout the workshop.
Participants are required to have a strong understanding of violence against women, primary prevention, Change the Story, the causes/drivers of violence against women as this content will not be covered in the workshop. Participants are also expected to be familiar with the concept of intersectionality.
Participants are expected to have a strong understanding of the following documents:
Participants are asked to bring in an example of a current or old primary prevention logic model to use on the day. This will be used as the basis for an activity reflecting on opportunities to strengthen intersectional and other practice. This can be an example of good or not-so-good logic model.
Full fare: $225 exc GST
Concession/Student/WHS $155 exc GST
Discounted rates available to: Women's Health Services and Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Linden Deathe is the senior health promotion officer and training coordinator at Women’s Health Victoria and brings 10 years of experience developing and delivering gender equity training in the international development and prevention of violence against women sectors. Linden holds a Master of Gender and Development and a Cert IV in training and assessment. Linden is originally from Canada and only sometimes misses the snow.
Stephanie Rich has over ten years’ experience working in health promotion, policy and research, specialising in women's health, gender equity and the prevention of violence against women.
Supported by the Victorian Government, under the Free from violence strategy
" Was amazing- had so many 'ah ha' moments. So thought provoking"