Starting with Why: The How To’s of Program Design (S)

By developing a solid program design, your program will have the best possible chance of achieving its objectives and improving quality of life for your clients. Whether you are looking to improve an existing program or to create a new one, this workshop will guide you through the six phases of program design, ensuring that your program is built on sound research and best practice.

As a participant you will:

  • Recognize and analyze the phases of program design
  • Apply the phases of program design to a new or existing program
  • Practice creating a logic model and program theory
  • Build indicators of success for you program for evaluation purposes

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Details:

  • Date: April 06, 2016
  • Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Location: Room #202, The Kahanoff Conference Centre, Floor 2 – 105 – 12 Avenue SE, T2G 1A1
  • Pricing: Member $75.00 Non-Member $150.00
  • Refreshments and light snacks will be provided

Register Today


As we want to hear from and learn alongside a variety of charities and non-profit organizations there is a maximum of two registrants per organization. If you have more than two colleagues interested in registering for the workshop, consider signing up for a facilitated learning session. Contact Jeff D’Silva at (403) 231-1431 or jdsilva@propellus.org with inquiries.

To cancel your registration, please notify Lori DeLuca at (403) 231-1439 or ldeluca@propellus.org 24 hours in advance of the workshop, in which a full refund can be given at that time. Last minute cancellations and no shows will have the option to transfer their registration to another workshop within the same year, otherwise no refund will be given.

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