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Thursday, September 20 • 5:30pm - 7:00pm
AES Annual General Meeting & 'What could the Romans actually do for us?' - an interactive Forum on the concept of an Evaluator-General and what it could mean for AES members

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Join the AES Board as we celebrate another year’s achievements by members of the AES.

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'What could the Romans actually do for us?' - an interactive Forum on the concept of an Evaluator-General and what it could mean for AES members

Initially proposed by Nicholas Gruen, and more recently supported by the AES and stakeholders such as the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the concept of an independent Evaluator-General reporting to the Australian Parliament is showing signs of gaining traction. While many support the concept in-principle, what might its actual design and implementation look like, and what could this mean for AES members both internal and external to Government? Lead by a Panel, this interactive session will explore with the AES membership what are the possible implications for doing evaluation, evaluation capacity and capability building, and creating an independent arm, plus what it could mean for the status of evaluation, the sector and profession.

Speakers
avatar for Lyn Alderman

Lyn Alderman

Chief Evaluator, Department of Social Services
Dr Lyn Alderman brings a wealth of expertise to her role as Chief Evaluator. Lyn’s experience spans several sectors including nonprofit, corporate, higher education and vocational education. She has a deep disciplinary knowledge and experience in program evaluation, evaluation frameworks... Read More →


Thursday September 20, 2018 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Conference centre Hotel Grand Chancellor, Launceston

Attendees (47)