Designing New Programs And Services In Response To A Crisis

with
Trina Willard
On-Demand
$99.00
Training Includes:
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
  • This training is available as an on-demand recording.
Nonprofit program design and evaluation expert Trina Willard will share practical tips to keep you moving forward with program planning tasks. You will learn how to assess the market for your services, build a program framework, and identify potential program improvements.

What You'll Learn

  • What are the key factors to consider in planning nonprofit programs?
  • What types of program planning work best in a crisis?
  • How can you conduct a quick market analysis?
  • What primary steps should you take to accomplish your program plan?
  • Why are logic models important?

Training Overview

Are your programs meeting evolving needs? Discover the best ways to plan programs amid COVID-19.

As the COVID-19 pandemic reverberates, your nonprofit must shift its programs and services to meet the community’s evolving needs. Planning for new programs in a crisis can be challenging, especially when demand is high and resources are lean.

By adjusting how you think about program planning, you can take quick action to accommodate the immediate needs of those you serve.

  • What are the key factors to consider in planning nonprofit programs?
  • What types of program planning work best in a crisis?
  • How can you conduct a quick market analysis?
  • What primary steps should you take to accomplish your program plan?
  • Why are logic models important?

Who Should Attend?

  • Chief executives
  • Executive directors
  • Senior management
  • Program managers/directors
  • Development staff
  • Grant writers

 

 

Expert Presenter

Trina Willard

  • Launched Knowledge Advisory Group (KAG) in 2010, specializing in program design, measurement, and evaluation
  • Shares her perspectives in reports, articles, professional briefings, training events, professional meetings, and conferences
  • Previously Vice President and Director of Measurement for Transformation Systems Inc.
  • Served for nearly a decade as Chief of the Evaluation Unit of the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, Criminal Justice Research Center
  • M.S. in Applied-Experimental Psychology from Virginia Tech

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