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assessing evaluating skills

The single skills are summarised in different headlines that illustrate what “assessing and evaluating” means for youth workers skill-wise. The “cluster headlines” do not name skills as such; these can be found through clicking on the lists.

Approaches to and tools for evaluation have to be carefully chosen. + -

Thus, helpful skills are:

  • to identify the most appropriate evaluative approach with regard to the needs of the young people and to the objectives of the activity
  • to ensure that the impact assessment of the young people’s needs suits the objectives identified
Youth workers deal with and manage data. + -

Therefore, a youth worker may be able to:

  • work with quantitative and qualitative information/data to evidence change
  • interpret information/data according to the context of the activity
Results need to be disseminated and youth workers can make use of them. + -

Thus, the following skills are helpful, too:

  • writing reports
  • presenting results to diverse audiences
  • planning a follow-up, taking the outcomes of the programme/project into account
  • incorporating practices that increase community impact

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