Program Evaluation

[su_youtube url=””] [su_expand more_text=”Show More”] The final step in planning and implementing a poison prevention activity is to ask yourself what you have accomplished.  Evaluating your activities will allow staff, volunteers and the rest of community to see what you have accomplished.  This will help you decide what changes are necessary and help you maintain momentum and enthusiasm for poison prevention in your community. Evaluation Helps To:

  • Ensure that your program does what it is intended to do
  • Identify errors and problems and make improvements
  • Identify activities that are successful so you can reuse them in the future
  • Gain recognition and credibility as a poison prevention advocate
  • Make sure partner organizations are satisfied
  • Plan future programs

Evaluations contain questions designed to gather information about your program and about you, as an educator.  This information will help you make improvements to your program. Program Evaluation Forms can be found in the resource center. [/su_expand]