Demonstrating Value: A Draft Framework for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Career Development Interventions
AbstractThe findings from recent Canadian research indicate that while agency managers and front-line workers agree that evaluation is important, they seldom evaluate their work with clients. With the current emphasis on evidence-based practice and outcome-focusedintervention, it is important to be able to demonstrate the value of career services in a manner that service providers find meaningful and funders find useful. In this article a framework for evaluation is presented that permits linking the services provided with the client outcomes that are being achieved.
How to Cite
Baudouin, R., Bezanson, L., Borgen, B., Goyer, L., Hiebert, B., Lalande, V., Magnusson, K., Michaud, G., Renald, C., & Turcotte, M. (1). Demonstrating Value: A Draft Framework for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Career Development Interventions. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 41(3). Retrieved from https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/58816
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