First mPower webinar now available

An important part of the mPower project is to deliver webinars on topics relevant to the project and which provide specialist guidance.

The first webinar has been recorded and is now available. In this 25-minute webinar, Anna Terje from the University of the Highlands and Islands explains the aims and objectives of the mPower evaluation, focusing on the key role of Community Navigators as data collectors. Aimed primarily at Community Navigators, the webinar details how beneficiary questionnaires should be administered in order to ensure the consistent and ethical collection of data.

For staff who are undertaking other service evaluation they would also find the information and guidance useful.

View the Community Navigator Evaluation Questionnare Webinar.

The next webinar will be a session of advice and training on the use of the Attend Anywhere video conferencing tool.