1What are the main topics of the course?
The course includes a comprehensive agenda designed to equip attendees with the knowledge and skills to evaluate their own interventions.
• Why evaluate?
• The evaluation process
• Using data as a foundation
• Understanding aims and objectives
• Evaluation Design
• What to Measure
• Research Methods
• Logic Models
• Best Practice
• Sample Sizes
• Before and After Studies
• Question Writing
• Planning & Piloting an Evaluation
• Focus Groups
2How long does the course take?
The training course is two-day long.
3Is the course accredited?
Affiliation with the Academy ensures that RSA’s courses meet a recognised standard and are accredited accordingly.
4Are there any prerequisites required?
5Is there any assessment at the end of the course?
The assessment consists in an evaluation plan for a real road safety intervention which includes:
• A basic summary of what the intervention seeks to achieve and why
• What the aims and objectives of the intervention are
• A logic model explaining how the intervention will achieve its aims and objectives
• What the chosen evaluation design is
• What the research method will be
The assessment can be achieved through a written case study (of not more than 1,500 words) or a PowerPoint presentation and comprehensive supporting notes.