Following our workshops, we collect data to evaluate participant engagement. These data provide insight into our programs’ effectiveness, enabling us to continually improve and enhance programs. Please click below for engagement reports from programs for specific participants.
If you’re curious about the effectiveness of our programs, these reports on student engagement are well worth a read. Reports provide post-course survey results. Student comments are included, reflecting what students liked about the course, what they learned, and why they’d recommend the course for other students. Please click below to read the engagement reports from a couple of ETP’s student programs.
Social workers cope with many complex situations, including teen clients who are pregnant or parenting. ETP’s workshops for social workers provides professionals with the tools, skills and insights for engaging youth on the issues of parenting, focusing on the emotional and financial aspects of raising a family.
To assess the effectiveness of the program, we collect data from workshop participants. In one presentation to 21 social workers, for example, all attendees (100%) reported that the workshop information will be useful in their work with adolescents. Please click below to read the engagement report from one of ETP’s social workers’ workshops.
Teens rely heavily on guidance from their parents, even when they pretend to be uninterested on receiving any advice. Discussing family planning with teens can be especially tense and awkward for parents and children alike, but oh so valuable!
ETP’s workshop for parents and caregivers provides skills and tools to confidently and openly talk with their teens about the importance of postponing parenting until adulthood.
Like our other programs, we have collected data from these workshops, too. For example, in one of our workshops, all participants (100%) agreed that it would be “very likely” they will talk to their children within two weeks, and nearly all (91%) agreed that the workshop helped them “a lot”. Please click below to read the engagement report from one of ETP’s parents’ workshops.