- Assess evaluability and articulate evaluation objectives
- Develop appropriate designs
- Gather and analyze reliable data
- Generate knowledge that can be shared and used
- Federal, state, and local employees
- Independent consultants
- Applied researchers from universities and think-tanks
- Internal evaluators from for-profit and nonprofit organizations
Because of the convenient, intensive nature of our courses, TEI is an ideal venue for the busy professional with only a few days to spare for professional development.
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TEI does offer Early Bird Discounts and other special Group or Multi-Course discounts. Guidance on Early Bird Discount codes and dates can be found on our program pages. Note that discounts cannot be combined and are not automatically applied at the time of registration.
On occasion, we offer special discounts to partner organizations. If you are interested in exploring a partnership with TEI, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that we cannot retroactively apply any discounts without charging administrative refund fees. If you have any questions at all about how to apply any special discounts or how to access early bird rates please contact us at email@example.com.
Participants who need to cancel their program registration will be offered a credit (less a $200 processing fee) that can be applied to any future TEI workshops. You can find more information about TEI’s refund policy here. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a special circumstance or any further questions regarding refunds and credits.
TEI is part of the Claremont Evaluation Center, based in Claremont, California.
TEI programs generally take place from one to two weeks in length—but individual courses range from one to three days. This means that you can come for as long a training period as fits your needs.
After successfully completing a TEI courses, participants receive an acknowledgement of attendance/completion signed by the course instructor and TEI’s Executive Director. Acknowledgement of attendance/completion is given at the discretion of the course instructor, but generally requires that participants attend at least 75% of the course.
To establish their professional credentials, many TEI participants decide to pursue one of TEI’s certificate programs. These program, including our CEP and CAEM, require 30 days of training across particular areas of study. See our Certificate webpage for details.
To view the range of courses offered by TEI, visit our Areas of Study page.
Still have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us!