'It's why you're swinging the mattock': an evaluation of the Green Corps programme: final report

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Australia. Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs. Research and Evaluation Branch (REB)


The Green Corps program, announced in the 1996-97 Australian Federal Budget, was an initiative designed to give young Australians the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to the environment by contributing to conservation projects while receiving accredited on-the-job training. This report evaluates the program in order to assess its short-term impact on both participants and the environment and concludes that the program has been achieving good results for participants as well as the environments. The chapters are: Introduction; Characteristics of projects and participants;...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Evaluation; Quality; Performance; Management; Sustainability; Culture and society; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Performance indicator; Project management; Environment; Community; Education; Training

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, 1999

Physical description: iii, 29 p.

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Series: REB report; 2/99

ISBN: 0642238839

Statement of responsibility: Research and Evaluation Branch, Dept of Education, Training and Youth Affairs

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 67.492

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