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SPM3115 Sport Recreation and Event Evaluation
Credit Points: 15

The focus of this unit is to provide students with research and evaluation knowledge, skills and tools that will equip them to evaluate program and facility operations within sport, recreation and event management contexts. Students will be introduced to evaluation theory, qualitative and quantitative approaches to evaluation, ethical considerations, data analysis and the reporting process. Students will undertake a real-life evaluation project within the sport and leisure industry on an existing program or operations aspect, and will be required to present their findings to the industry partner. This will provide students with essential evaluation-based skills transferable to the sport, recreation and events industry.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
K21Bachelor of Event, Sport and Recreation Management
M63Bachelor of Sport Management
MAAACPCommunity Planning and Development Major
MAAAHDEvent Management Major
MIAAEMSport Management Minor
MABUUHSport Management Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 15/03/2013 VET: 20/05/2013