Canadian Evaluation Society - Alberta & NWT Chapter
Who We Are
The CES Alberta & Northwest Territories Chapter is a leader for evaluation in Alberta and the Northwest Territories, and a major contributor in the national evaluation community. We are a volunteer-run non-profit association dedicated to the advancement of evaluation theory and practice.
CES National Conference
We are very excited to be hosting the CES National conference in Calgary, May 26-29, 2018. Visit the conference website for more information.
Time is ticking! Don't miss the deadline to submit your proposal.
Call for Proposals - Submit your proposal for conference workshops and presentations by December 15, 2017. No Extensions this year!
The most current news and information on our chapter's activities can be found on our Events page and on twitter. We regularly host informal networking and learning events we call Evaluation Cafe, which are open to both CES members and non-members.
Our chapter regularly offers evaluation learning events such as the Essential Skills Series. For upcoming professional development opportunities, see our Professional Development page.
If you are a member of the Alberta & Northwest Territories Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society, you are invited to add your name to our list of consultants.
Detailed CES member benefits can be found on the Canadian Evaluation Society's national website.
Find a Consultant
If you would like to connect with an evaluator, browse through the list of consultants to identify individuals with the expertise you require.
Environmental Scan of Evaluation Capacity in Alberta
Members of the CES, Alberta and NWT Chapter Advocacy Working Committee are pleased to present the final report of an Environmental Scan of Evaluation Capacity in Alberta.
A Health Research and Evaluation Intern within the Performance Management & Evaluation department at AIHS in Edmonton undertook this project. Working closely with the Advocacy group, the intern conducted a situational analysis, reviewed relevant literature and documentation on evaluation capacity in Alberta, conducted subject matter expert interviews and reported on the findings. This project aimed to identify evaluation needs and capacity, evaluation infrastructure and processes, human resources, funding and networks related to evaluation, as well as to engage key stakeholders and target groups in the process.Executive SummaryFinal Report