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1 Annual General Meeting Evaluation Feedback 2013 ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

2 Evaluation Committee Aims of Evaluation Committee To capture the value of our camp programs for all involved; participants, leaders and agencies, To challenge us to continually improve the way we do things at ERC, and To provide our stakeholders with high quality data that demonstrates camp outcomes. ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

3 Evaluation Committee Guided by ERC Mission Statement “Guided and inspired by the life of Edmund Rice, with a strong sense of social justice, we commit to the formation of a dynamic and supportive community. By inviting and challenging volunteers to act as positive role models, we provide opportunities to young people and families for growth, support and enjoyment in an atmosphere of acceptance, care and fun.” ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

4 Evaluation Committee What we are doing Preparing reports of each camp evaluated Looking at the results of each camp and making sense of what these results tell us Exploring what changes need to be made guided by results and explore ideas of how this can be done Exploring questions for further analysis of cumulative data, what would we like to know Disseminating these results ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

5 Evaluation Committee Areas of Focus Funding, Sponsorship and Grants Leadership Training and Formation ERC Strategic Direction Quality Assurance Feedback to Leaders ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

6 Evaluation Committee What we seek to do in the coming year: Present Results to Stakeholders within ERC Decide our key areas of focus for analysis of the cumulative across camps data Begin analysis of across camps data Review and determine the ‘Welfare Impacts’ we’d like to measure Utilise results to strengthen the camp experience and the organisation ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

7 2013 Camp Snapshot Total of 315 Respondents Summer Family Older Boys Kids in Transition Queens Birthday Winter Family Spring Family Number of Volunteer Leaders Number of Parents/Carers Number of Children/ Young People Agency Responses Total Surveyed ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

8 Feedback Surveys What were participants asked? Leader: Camp quality Leadership objectives: Social justice, Spiritual growth Leadership effectiveness Overall Rating, What could improve, Successes Family: Camp quality Overall: Rating, What could improve, Special memories Agency: Reason for referral Client results: Outcomes, Impacts Overall: What could improve, Client benefits ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

9 Edmund Rice Camps 2013 What Leaders Think: Camp Quality Camp Quality N= % “Good” or “Outstanding” Mean Camp exec leadership944.4 Camp program934.4 Positive role modeling with participants Team Work and Cohesion864.3 Positive role modeling between leaders Camp organisation864.2 Personal support as leader844.3 Preparation prior to arrivals824.2 Key 90% or Higher 70-89% Up to 69% The kids were never bored; awesome schedule ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

10 Edmund Rice Camps 2013 What Leaders Think: Social Justice Leadership Objectives N= 181 “Agree” or “Strongly Agree” % Mean I felt valued in helping others964.6 I felt supported to make a difference to others My empathy for others is enhanced934.5 I feel better equipped to help others934.4 My understanding of disadvantage is deepened Key 90% or Higher 70-89% Up to 69% ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

11 Edmund Rice Camps 2013 What Leaders Think: Personal Growth Leadership Objectives N= 181 “Agree” or “Strongly Agree” % Mean My compassion for others is enhanced964.5 My personal awareness is deepened884.4 I felt supported to grow on a personal level I feel more connected to the values of Edmund Rice I feel more confident within myself844.2 Key 90% or Higher 70-89% Up to 69% I improved my skills in working with kids in a general sense and I surprised myself with how I responded to the tricky kids. ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

12 Leadership Objectives N= % “Good” or “Outstanding” Mean Camp Coach954.7 Leadership Training914.4 Camp Captain924.4 Camp Leaders854.3 Pastoral Facilitator824.3 Key 90% or Higher 70-89% Up to 69% Edmund Rice Camps 2013 What Leaders Think: Leadership Effectiveness Camp Coach and Captains were very supportive and very organised. They were able to spontaneously change the program to suit everyone. ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

13 Edmund Rice Camps 2013 What Parents Think… Camp Quality N= 17“Agree” or “Strongly Agree” % Mean The Leaders were fun & friendly to be around The activities were fun If I had a problem on camp, I knew where to get help I felt safe on camp I liked the place we stayed at Key 90% or Higher 70-89% Up to 69% Every second of camp was a wonderful memory. I could fill a page with everything that has made this camp so special and memorable. ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

14 Edmund Rice Camps 2013 What Children Think… Camp Quality N= “Agree” or “Strongly Agree” % Mean The Leaders were fun & friendly to be around I liked the place we stayed at974.7 The activities were fun974.6 I felt safe on camp934.8 If I had a problem on camp, I knew where to get help Key 90% or Higher 70-89% Up to 69% The buddies were great to be around and I had a great time with them. ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

15 Edmund Rice Camps 2013 What Agencies Think… Welfare Outcomes n “Agree” or “Strongly Agree” % Mean Had fun Had positive interaction with role models Felt rejuvenated Improved self-esteem Had time-out Had the opportunity to socialise with other people* Had the opportunity to take part in new experiences* * New questions collected from Queens Birthday, Winter and Spring Camps Key 90% or Higher 70-89% Up to 69% He felt accepted. loved and part of a group. It helps so much to have people believe in him. He made friends, and many many special memories. ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

16 Edmund Rice Camps 2013 What Agencies Think… Key 90% or Higher 70-89% Up to 69% Welfare Impacts N= 24“Agree” or “Strongly Agree” % Mean Engaged within the family684.0 Engaged within the community Engaged within the school443.6 Introduced living skills in the home ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

17 Edmund Rice Camps 2013 Leaders comments about success “Kids were in a safe environment and felt supported so came out of their shell. XX who barely spoke at the beginning was leading songs by the end.” “Activities such as Funfields and the water fight were great to see the kids and families so happy” “Everything worked so well from the bus rides to the activities and it all in between! Loved every moment and felt great about everything, so thank you :)” “Good role modelling by experienced leaders taking initiative when exec were occupied with other issues.” “One one one buddy time allowed to bond with all children well.” “The group activities really helped to bring the kids closer as friends and allowed them to be more confident with their peers.” ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014

18 Acknowledgments Participants Agencies Parents, children and young people Volunteer leaders Evaluation Group Committee Brenton Carey (Deputy Chair) Rob Lindsey Suzannah Connell-Siddles (Chair) Ashlee Smith Carly Randel Zita Unger Reference Adrian Scerri, ERC Executive Officer Survey Resource Shivauan Pereira ERC VIC AGM, 30th April 2014


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