Planning and Evaluation Education and Outreach Programs (8-week course)

March 1, 2018 all-day America/Chicago Timezone
Sandy Spakoff

8-week course, offered via distance learning by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, National Conservation Training Center*

Learn to use a deliberate planning process that promotes strategic, accountable, and adaptive action resulting in programs that support achieving your resource management goals. After participating in this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Use a program planning and evaluation model to create programs that support achieving resource
    management goals;
  2. Write measurable outcome objectives;
  3. Select activities to achieve desired outcomes; and
  4. Develop a program evaluation framework

Who should attend?

Land managers; federal, state, county/municipal education & outreach staff; non-governmental education & outreach specialists; and others working to develop and deliver environmental education, outdoor skills, outreach, career, and/or citizen science programs (and etc.) will benefit from the knowledge and skills gained during this course.

Register online by February 1, 2018 at See the attachment for details.

For more information, contact Sandy Spakoff – [email protected] or call 304-876-7783.