The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES), as the professional order for Evaluation in Canada, has contributed to the professionalization of evaluation through the CES Credentialed Evaluator (CE) designation program.
The Credentialed Evaluator (CE)
The Credentialed Evaluator designation program is meant to define, recognize and, promote the practice of ethical, high quality and competent evaluation in Canada through a program for professional designations.
The Credentialed Evaluator designation program is a voluntary certification service provided by CES to its members.
Why become a Credentialed Evaluator (CE)?
The Credentialed Evaluator designation means that the holder has provided evidence of the education and experience required by the CES to be a competent evaluator.
The Credentialed Evaluator designation program promotes continuous learning within our evaluation community. In this context, this program recognizes those that have attained the education and experience required to provide evaluation services, and calls upon evaluators to maintain and renew these skills on an ongoing basis.
Current Credentialed Evaluators
CES National maintains a publicly available registry of CEs.
Interested in becoming a Credentialed Evaluator?
CE Application Webinar Series
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 | 12:00 - 1:30pm | Domain 2: Technical Practice | RSVP
What: A space for those currently working on their CE application or wanting to take the first steps to meet online and engage in discussion. Each session will be facilitated by a peer who has an area of expertise in the domain of the month. Please note that these peer facilitators are not application reviewers and can only speak to their personal experiences in applying. Participants should come prepared to discuss the domain and competencies of the month, sharing examples and asking questions is encouraged.
When: Monthly, beginning April 30th, from 12-1:30
Where: Zoom Meetings
For Whom: Those we are currently working on their CE application or are considering starting and would like a community of practice to work through the application together.