Univation GmbH was founded 12 years ago. Our team consists of junior and senior experts, residing in Cologne and Berlin. We offer evaluations, counseling and trainings in cooperation with selected partners from different sectors. Another important aspect of our work is evaluation research.

Eval-Wiki: Evaluation glossary

Herewith we present our glossary of evaluation. Currently it includes 425 evaluation terms.

Selbstevaluation.de

Selbstevaluation.de

Univation GmbH and Socialnet have launched a site with resources about self-evaluation.

It includes publications, how-tos and many more.

DeGEval Mitglied

Univation is a trusted member of DeGEval

 

Recent projects

Revision of a quality development tool in HIV prevention - QIPhiv

QIP (Quality in Prevention) is a scientifically-based tool for quality development in the field of prevention. It has been adapted to international use in HIV prevention by the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA). Univation has been commissioned by the BZgA to update the tool and make it more user-friendly.

Evaluation of the BZgA info-tour `Alkohol? – Kenn dein Limit!´

The campaign `Alkohol? – Kenn dein Limit!´ (alcohol? – know your limit!) provides adults with information on minimizing the risk of alcohol consumption. A part of the campaign is a mobile, interactive/hands-on exhibition at locations with high foot traffic (railway stations, shopping centers). Local partners in the field of prevention of alcoholism present their information and services to the public.

Evaluation of the federal support program “IQ – Integration durch Qualifizierung” (integration by means of qualification)

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The federal support program “IQ“ (2011-2014) aims at an improved integration of adults with a migration background into the job market. Since 2005 corresponding instruments and concepts have been developed. Now networks are established and widened out in every federal state of Germany to coordinate existing services, identify lacks and create new services, facilitate and simplify the recognition of foreign qualifications and support migrants in job-seeking. Staff of institutions that work within this field of action are advised and trained to enhance their cross-cultural competencies.