Recovery Boost instructional videos
We have developed a series of videos to help you develop your Recovery Boost grant application.
Why are we running Recovery Boost?
What is Recovery Boost?
Example project design
Develop your project outcomes
Example outcomes using case study
What is evaluation?
Types of evaluation
Designing a project logic model
Example project logic model
Example evaluation questions
Develop success measures
Example success measures
Example evaluation plan
Introduction to project planning
Managing project risks
Developing your project budget
Ethics and conflicts of interest
- Aim - This is the overall goal of the project (other related terms: goal, objective) e.g. to support staff in their mental health recovery by increasing their self esteem and promoting positive interactions with other council staff and the public.
- Deliverable - products or services that are produced during the project e.g. a series of educational videos and related media material.
- Evaluation plan - describes the overarching approach to inform how to evaluate your program/project (other related terms: evaluation framework or strategy).
- Measure - a way to assess the extent that outcomes have been achieved (other related terms: indicators) e.g. the proportion of Parks and Gardens employees who express confidence in their ability to interact with members of the public.
- Outcome - represent a desired result of the project/program it’s a way to measure the overarching aim of the project (other related Impact) e.g. parks and gardens staff with disabilities and mental health issues feel more confident to interact with members of the public.
- Project - an undertaking with a beginning and an end in which a unique product, service or result is delivered.
- Project plan - a documented plan for your project that describes the what needs to happen, how it happens, when it should happen, and who is responsible for doing it (other related terms: project).