A bus stop is an exciting, dynamic session format which lets you engage with presenters, and learn about a variety of topics in one go! You'll move around the room in small groups to hear from up to four different presenters, making for a really personal experience.
Good Vibes: Your guide to running alcohol free events for young people
Zeal, with the Health Promotion Agency, have drawn from the first-hand experiences of young people attending events, and the leading voices in event promotion and management to produce a free and definitive guide to running epic alcohol-free events for young people. Whether you're planning a small club dinner, school ball or massive concert, the Good Vibes guide takes you from start to finish through running a successful event with a positive buzz. From initial fundraising through to evaluation, all the key markers for a successful event are covered, as well as some of the things to look out for! Come along to find out how to access, and make the best use of our web, video and print resources.
Success: How to show who is 'better off' using a simple framework
This bus stop presentation will use a simple results based accountability framework (plan on a page) which demonstrates who is better off as a result of engaging in a particular programme. It also presents other components of the programme: stakeholders, outputs, activities and participants feedback. It shows both qualitative and quantitative information.
The three main points of the presentation are:
- You need to be very clear about what your programme will achieve
- Build an evaluation process into a programme from the planning phase, and
- Keep track of how things are going with a small, simple and sustainable monitoring process.
New Zealand Red Cross
Scope Review: Partnering with youth development organisations for Positive Youth Development outcomes
This session will look at how Scope can assist youth development organisations to improve the quality of their services to young people in Aotearoa New Zealand.
- The Scope standards
- The Scope review process
- Scope Assessors - who are they?
- Establishing Scope in a region