Based on the UNEG Guidance on "Integrating Human Rights and Gender Equality in Evaluations", this free e-learning course offers an overview of evaluation practice in various contexts, and features concrete guidance, tips and insights from experienced practitioners.
The course is composed of 10 units and it includes lectures (25 minutes on average), requested readings (20 pages on average), additional reading materials, and tests (10 questions). After successfully finishing all 10 units, participants will receive a certificate of completion.
Click here for more information and to register for the course. Please note that you will need to create an EvalPartners elearning account to take the course if you do not already have one.
The purpose of this evaluation is to inform decision-making and provide evidence-based recommendations on how to strengthen and sustain current girls’ and women’s education initiatives undertaken by UNESCO. The evaluation will also generate evidence on UNESCO’s performance in specific interventions implemented with the aim to improve education outcomes for girls and women, and to promote gender equality in education.
The principal objectives of the evaluation are to:
i) Ascertain the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, results and sustainability of initiatives
spearheaded by UNESCO to advance girls’ and women’s education.
ii) Clarify the strategic role and positioning of UNESCO in supporting girls’ and women’s education
at regional and country levels.
iii) Provide conclusions and actionable recommendations that can shape future programming and
implementation by UNESCO of initiatives aiming at girls’ and women’s education.
Executive Certificate in Human Resources Management
(Promotion 8) Weekend Class Start: June 3rd– Aug 6th, 2017
The HR function has grown to take on increasingly bigger roles in strategic business planning. Because managing resources is critical to an organization’s success, knowledgeable and skilled Human Resource professionals are always in high demand. Human Resource professionals have evolved from behind-the-scenes administrators to leading the company in acquiring top talent and changing policies. Today's Human Resource generalists and specialists are tasked not only with talent management but are increasingly relied upon by senior executives to contribute to strategic planning. EDI’s executive education program in HR Management prepares you to be an effective and integral member of an organization’s Human Resource Management team.
July 10-22, 2017 in Washington DC Metropolitan Area
Our biggest delivery of 2017 will be coming soon to the DC Metropolitan Area! TEI invites you to explore course descriptions and information for our flagship July program at https://tei.cgu.edu/events/july-2017-program/. Early bird and group discounts are available, so reserve your spot today!
This series is perfect for evaluation professionals who are looking to improve their skills and credentials. All courses build towards our TEI Certificates in Evaluation.