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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.

TEVAL – Innovative Evaluation Model in Teaching and Training

TEVAL is a European Lifelong Learning project aimed at enhancing the competence evaluation process of teaching and training practitioners. The focus is on the development of framework of common competences recognizable throughout Europe, and also on the evaluation process itself. The first phase of the project (TEVAL I) was run as a 30 months "Leonardo da Vinci" pilot project and finished in 2007. Funding was approved in November 2007 to further develop the Phase I outcomes under the Transferability theme of the new "Lifelong Learning" program.

EQUAL – Evaluation of the Transnational Cooperation `Improving Childcare´

More than 40 European organizations, already involved in national projects aimed at improving childcare services and parents' life and work conditions, committed themselves to share their knowledge and work within the framework of a transnational partnership.

Evaluation of the EC-project `Committed Parents´

The project `committed parents´ was realized by the `Paritätische Akademie NRW´ together with eight partners from seven European countries within the EC-programs Socrates and Grundtvig 1. A series of trainings was designed and put to the test addressing professionals who work with immigrant parents in family education. On the course, professionals learn more about family learning programs involving migrant parents in the host community and the partner countries. The training includes information about the context of migrant parents in different countries.

Evaluation advice for the Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin (Berlinale)

In 2007 the Berlinale sought to assess the achievement of its cultural political goals by implementing elements of self-/intern evaluation into the work of their sections. Univation was asked to clarify goals and create an evaluation design to support the exemplary evaluation for two of the sections (Generation, Talent Campus). Implications and lessons learned for the evaluation of the other sections were discussed.