Skills for Decision Makers: Evaluation
About this course
Page last updated 1 September 2016
Decision-makers are increasingly required to quantify their choice and strategies: Should we introduce flexible working? Is our R&D spending effective? Do we need to open another branch? Is hot-desking saving us money?
This course provides the tools and strategies to allow effective evaluation and appraisal
Careers / Further study
Credits earnt during this course can count towards postgraduate and MSc level qualifications.
What does it cover?
- Selecting the right research questions
- Defining the scope and framing the objectives of an evaluation
- Identifying impacts
- Measuring non-financial effects
- Accounting for future costs and benefits
- Sensitivity analysis
You will have the opportunity to apply analysis to your own real life examples if you should wish.
Learning and Teaching
This course will be taught intensively over four days by leading academics and consultants from Bristol Economic Analysis.
The course will apply cutting edge thinking to enlighten and resolve decision making in business and policy contexts.
All experts are proven communicators (verbally and written) to non-academic audiences.
This course runs over four days.
This course offers participants the opportunity to complete UWE's Master's level 15 credit module in Evaluation for Decision Makers. To achieve this accreditation you will be required to complete coursework and an exam.
Supplementary fee information
Additional £100.00 for full accredited version
10% Early Bird discount offered for payments in full 8 weeks or more prior to the course start date
We currently do not have any scheduled dates for this course. If you would like to receive updates of upcoming course dates, please complete the enquiry form below.
Executive Development Centre, UWE Bristol, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol BS16 1QY