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Message ID: 8809
Date: 2011-02-11

Author:Andres Arroyo

Subject:National Human Services Training Evaluation Symposium- June 14-16, 2011

The members of the National Human Service Training Evaluation Collaborative are pleased to invite you to attend the 14th Annual National Human Services Training Evaluation Symposium. The theme for the 2011 three-day invitation-only symposium is BUILDING AN EVIDENCE BASE FOR TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS in support of child welfare programming, including mental health, drug abuse prevention, and early intervention components. The symposium will be held on the Cornell University campus at the Statler Hotel and the J.W. Marriott Executive Education Center, June 14-16, 2011. In 2011, the National Human Services Training Evaluation Symposium is co-sponsored by the Family Life Development Center at Cornell’s College of Human Ecology. We invite you to attend this invitational symposium, which will bring together 40 to 60 national and international training evaluators in the human services field with a focus on child welfare, to share your evaluation struggles, ideas, challenges, and methodologies in an atmosphere of collaboration and support. The symposium will address a spectrum of training evaluation issues to improve the quality and effectiveness of our current or future child welfare training evaluation projects. Special emphasis will be on building a robust evidence base using multiple and varied data collection and analysis strategies and methods that lead to improved programming and professional practice, and therefore more positive outcomes for families and children. The symposium is a unique opportunity for child welfare training evaluators to learn new methodologies, discuss evaluation strategies and issues that permeate our work, and craft tested, research-based solutions to improve training quality and training transfer. The symposium is specifically designed to meet the creative needs of human service training evaluators with a focus on child welfare. Attendance at this symposium is on an invitation only basis. We ask that you contact Michael Nunno, man2@cornell.edu , prior to forwarding this invitation to your colleagues. Please use the link below to download the pdfs of the full invitation and tentative schedule, guidelines for a call for proposals, and a Word document to use for registration. We look forward to your participation. http://rccp.cornell.edu/nhstesymposium.html -- Michael Nunno, D.S.W. man2@cornell.edu , Beebe Hall - Family Life Development Center, College of Human Ecology, Cornell University, Ithaca NY 14853-4401, Tele: 607 254-5127, 255-7794 FAX: 607 255-4837, 255-8562 http://www.human.cornell.edu/fldc/

The members of the National Human Service Training Evaluation Collaborative are pleased to invite you to attend the 14th Annual National Human Services Training Evaluation Symposium. The theme for the 2011 three-day invitation-only symposium is BUILDING AN EVIDENCE BASE FOR TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS in support of child welfare programming, including mental health, drug abuse prevention, and early intervention components. The symposium will be held on the Cornell University campus at the Statler Hotel and the J.W. Marriott Executive Education Center, June 14-16, 2011. In 2011, the National Human Services Training Evaluation Symposium is co-sponsored by the Family Life Development Center at Cornell’s College of Human Ecology. We invite you to attend this invitational symposium, which will bring together 40 to 60 national and international training evaluators in the human services field with a focus on child welfare, to share your evaluation struggles, ideas, challenges, and methodologies in an atmosphere of collaboration and support. The symposium will address a spectrum of training evaluation issues to improve the quality and effectiveness of our current or future child welfare training evaluation projects. Special emphasis will be on building a robust evidence base using multiple and varied data collection and analysis strategies and methods that lead to improved programming and professional practice, and therefore more positive outcomes for families and children. The symposium is a unique opportunity for child welfare training evaluators to learn new methodologies, discuss evaluation strategies and issues that permeate our work, and craft tested, research-based solutions to improve training quality and training transfer. The symposium is specifically designed to meet the creative needs of human service training evaluators with a focus on child welfare. Attendance at this symposium is on an invitation only basis. We ask that you contact Michael Nunno, man2cornell.edu , prior to forwarding this invitation to your colleagues. Please use the link below to download the pdfs of the full invitation and tentative schedule, guidelines for a call for proposals, and a Word document to use for registration. We look forward to your participation. http://rccp.cornell.edu/nhstesymposium.html -- Michael Nunno, D.S.W. man2cornell.edu , Beebe Hall - Family Life Development Center, College of Human Ecology, Cornell University, Ithaca NY 14853-4401, Tele: 607 254-5127, 255-7794 FAX: 607 255-4837, 255-8562 http://www.human.cornell.edu/fldc/