King’s College London’s Researcher Development Unit – based in the Graduate School – organises around 300 workshops each year open to research students and staff. As part of our commitment to ensuring high quality training we are looking to improve the way we evaluate the impact of these workshops.
At present, every workshop is evaluated by means of a questionnaire completed by each participant at the end of the session and returned to the facilitator. While this method provides useful information, we are aware of the limitations of such an approach in terms of assessing the longer term impact of our training.
We are seeking a consultant who can work with us to design and implement a pilot project which would evaluate a select number of workshops using online survey tools. It is anticipated that the impact of each workshop would be assessed twice – once soon after the session and, again, six months later – however the consultant would be expected to make recommendations as to the exact nature of the process.
The consultant will be asked to design the evaluation surveys, build them on an online platform such as Survey Monkey, send out the survey to participants, analyse the data and write a report on the findings in relation to each workshop evaluated and on the overall effectiveness of the pilot.
The consultant will be expected to contribute their own ideas as to the best way forward at every stage of the process.
- You must be a post upgrade PhD student at King’s College London to register and apply to this consultancy project
- Experience of survey design
- Basic understanding of statistics
- Able to use SPSS
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
The closing deadline for applications is 23:59 on Tuesday 8 March 2016. Applications are to be submitted online via the link below.