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Collaborative Project Leads have been exploring how best to evaluate the impact of implementing the AP role across their partnerships.

On Thursday, 13th December, senior managers designated as Collaborative Project Leads met for the second time in London to share experiences and to explore how best to evaluate the impact of implementing the AP role across their collaborative partnerships. Each Collaborative Project has determined to address strategic improvement projects across their partners with the support of cadre of APs, some of whom will have attended our CPD Programme.  

Whilst their APs are either developing their own local improvement projects or coordinating their activities in a whole organisational approach to a shared development priority, the Project Leads are tasked with critically evaluating the impact of the AP role, as defined in the research (Tyler et al, 2017), commissioned by the Foundation. 

This was a very ‘full’ day with Project Leads working exceedingly hard to, not only, clarify their own evaluation strategies, but also to share diverse and innovative approaches, and to provide valuable support to colleagues from other projects. You can view the slides from the day below.

A second webinar has now been programmed to reinforce and extend the principles and approaches covered during the day. You can find out more and book your place on the webinar by following this link:

Evaluating the impact of your project: common problems and how to address them 

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