ASWB Program Evaluation: What You Need to Know for the LCSW and LMSW Exams

ASWB Program Evaluation: What You Need to Know for the LCSW and LMSW Exams

ASWB Program Evaluation

Program Evaluation is one of the fastest-growing sections of questions on the LCSW and LMSW ASWB Social Work Licensing Exams.

In this video, I cover the 6 different components of program evaluation.  Additionally, I review a sample program and all of these critical steps to help you understand this concept completely.

What is Program Evaluation? 

It’s when you are collecting information about a program you ran in order to make decisions about the program.

  • Was the program effective?
  • How expensive was the program?
  • Should the program be continued or canceled?

Can you design a program and go through all of the 6 steps?

  1. Engage Stakeholders
  2. Describe the Program Design
  3. Focus Evaluation Design
  4. Gather Credible Evidence
  5. Justify Conclusions
  6. Use and Share Lessons Learned

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Disclaimer: This video content has been made available for informational and educational purposes only. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical or clinical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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