The Use of Logic Models in Programme Planning

Date Posted: 02/02/2017 | Posted In: Programme Delivery

Commissioned services are increasingly required to fit into or develop an outcomes framework to demonstrate how services and programmes contribute to longer-term strategic goals. Logic models are central to this; making connections between the context, short-term inputs, outputs, impacts and outcomes. A logic model allows you to tell the story of your project or programme in a diagram and a few simple words, showing the causal connection between the need that has been identified, what is being done about it, and how should it make a difference.

This one-day course will provide a clear, concise and common-sense introduction to logic models, cutting through the jargon.

The next Logic Model Training Workshop will be held in central Manchester on the 20th April for more information click Logic Model Training – Full Info – FINAL

Alternatively if you would like is to develop bespoke Logic Model Training for your organisation or region please contact Mike Parker direct

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