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Tuesday, September 18 • 9:00am - 12:30pm
Interview Skills: listening to understand (Jade Maloney and Kerry Hart)

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This applied workshop is a practical forum to learn the fundamentals of good interviewing through practice. It aligns to AES professional learning competency 4 ‘research methods and systematic inquiry’.  It is designed for people who need to collect qualitative data from clients or stakeholders for evaluation, but have limited prior experience doing so.The workshop covers what is needed to make a good interview – from asking the right questions through preparation and interviewer competencies to debriefing. At the end of the session, participants should feel equipped to conduct interviews with a range of stakeholders for evaluation

Speakers
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Kerry Hart

Senior Consultation, ARTD Consultants
Senior Consultant, Kerry Hart, has been interviewing with ARTD for over 15 years, using her specialist skills in face-to-face and telephone interviewing and small group processes to collect meaningful data to answer key evaluation questions. Kerry has collected meaningful data from... Read More →
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Jade Maloney

Director, ARTD Consultants
Jade works with government agencies, not-for-profits and citizens to co-design, communicate, evaluate and refine social policies and programs. Jade is passionate about ensuring citizens have a voice in shaping the policies and services that affect their lives, embedding evaluative... Read More →


Tuesday September 18, 2018 9:00am - 12:30pm
Chancellor 4 Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston
  • Modality Paid half-day workshop
  • about Senior Consultant, Kerry Hart, has been interviewing with ARTD for over 15 years, using her specialist skills in face-to-face and telephone interviewing and small group processes to collect meaningful data to answer key evaluation questions. Kerry has collected meaningful data from interviews and focus groups with senior executives in government agencies, frontline staff in non-government organisations, people with disability, children with cancer and their siblings, and parents of children with disability, seniors, people from culturally and linguistically diverse and people from Aboriginal communities. She brings a strong understanding of adapting approaches to different contexts.

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