Program logic requirements: What is expected?

Program logic requirements: What is expected?

Nicole Ducker and Sharnee Moore
30 November 2021

Some providers funded under DSS’ Families and Children Activity will soon need to develop and submit program logic models. This session will talk you through the new requirement and how to meet it.

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30 November 2021 13:00 to 14:00 AEDT
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Program logic information sessions

Support for Families and Children Activity providers

As part of the Families and Children Activity funding extensions many service providers are required to develop a program logic for each of their grant activities. This requirement applies to most services delivering the following programs:

  • Budget Based Funded
  • Children and Parenting Support (CaPS) services
  • Family and Relationship Services (FaRS), including Specialised Family Violence Services
  • Family Mental Health Support Services. 

AIFS will host two information sessions for FaC providers to help you understand and meet these new requirements. 

We recommend you register for How to complete the program logic: Step by step as well to get the most out of the support on offer.

Further details are available at Families and Children Activity – Program logic requirements for FaC service providers

About this event

In this session, DSS will provide a detailed overview of the requirements followed by a Q&A. It will cover:

  • The purpose of the new program logic requirements
  • Time frames for submitting your program logic to DSS
  • How the DSS assessment process will work 
  • The criteria DSS will use to assess your program logic.

These sessions are presented in collaboration with the Department of Social Services.


Featured image: © GettyImages/krisda Bisalyaputra

About the presenters

Nicole Ducker

Acting Director of the Family Policy Section, Family Policy Branch at the Department of Social Services.

Nicole has been with the Department since 2018, most recently supporting service improvements under the Families and Children Activity, including the introduction of program logics. 

Sharnee Moore

Research Fellow, AIFS 
Sharnee currently managers the Expert Panel project, which works with family and child focused service providers to build their capacity to use evidence and evaluate their family and child focused programs. Sharnee has supported the development of the FaC Activity program logic requirements.

Register for this free event

30 November 2021 13:00 to 14:00 AEDT
Online
Register to attend