Sussex Wildlife Trust has achieved a Round 2 pass from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and we are ready to appoint consultants to take the lead on project evaluation. They will work closely with the project team both at Woods Mill and Rye Harbour Nature Reserve to develop an evaluation framework, toolkit, methodology and training where needed. The consultant will also be responsible for periodic reporting and compiling the final Evaluation Report and ‘Sharing Lessons’ document.
The intended approach to evaluation being taken by this project is based on an iterative process, with continual learning recorded to inform next stages.
The logic model approach to evaluation will be followed and mapped against NLHF Outcomes for projects. The method for the logic model should include – Activity, Output, Outcomes (short, mid and long term) and Impacts. The model should be underpinned by Assumptions and Resources, and NLHF Outcomes clearly indicated.
The methods for monitoring and evaluation will accurately and appropriately map required data, using participatory and creative forms where appropriate. Final reporting will be closely aligned with the recently updated NLHF Evaluation Guidelines - https://www.heritagefund.org.uk/publications/evaluation-guidance
If you have any questions about tendering for this contract then please contact Emma Forward
- Download the Consultant Brief and Invitation to Tender to apply
Completed tenders will need to reach us by 5 pm on Tuesday 31 March 2020.
Supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund