Shelby Wins Significant Evaluation Tender.
- The extent to which the CPC initiative is meeting, or is on track to meet, its objectives, outcomes and key components.
- The implementation of the CPC initiative, to inform refinements and identify key success and sustainability factors for future application.
- Identify opportunities for improvements and make recommendations.
For this evaluation Shelby Consulting offered a realist methodology, which recognises how the place motivations, behaviours and contextual elements shape how the programs work. “One of the reasons we believe we won the tender is the depth of knowledge and demonstrated experience we have in this field” During this project we are delighted to be working with Dr. Gill Westhorp, an internationally recognised leader in realist methodology; John Scougall, who brings more than 30 years of policy and community development experience working with indigenous communities in WA; Dr. Francesca Robertson, a Senior Research Fellow at Kurongkuri Katitjin Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research at Edith Cowan University; Dr. Jocelyn Grace, who has extensive experience in research and evaluation in the areas of education and health and Raylene Feldman who brings specialist expertise from the Early Childhood sector.