Monthly Archives: July 2011

All you need to know about ID codes

When you upload a list of participants to complete your survey, a unique ID code is automatically assigned to each of them (for example, 510-2345g). This ID code needs to be entered when they complete their survey, regardless or whether it … Continue reading

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MPs says that NPC’s Well-being Measure provides a ‘template’ for evaluation of youth services

The House of Commons Education Select Committee recently published its inquiry into services for young people. In its report, the Committee says that NPC’s Well-being Measure provides a ‘template’ for the evaluation of youth services. The cross-party committee of MPs … Continue reading

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Evidence needs to include both numbers and stories

We have a saying at NPC that there should be ‘no stories without numbers, and no numbers without stories’. What this means is that to really understand what impact an organisation is having or how young people’s lives change, we … Continue reading

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