Learning through reflective practice has been a core competency domain for professional evaluators for over a decade. This competency domain focuses on the purposeful act of critically thinking about your experiences alone or with others (Stevahn, King, Ghere, & Minnema, 2005). The purpose of this presentation is to report the results of a prospective survey investigation. Professional evaluators’ will be polled on their views regarding the essential components required for genuine reflective practice to occur in a collaborative environment. Through this prospective research, the essential building blocks necessary for reflection are expected to indicate a stepwise mechanism that can be used in practice. This presentation will report on the results of this study to provide a foundation upon which professional evaluators in the field can improve this domain. Attendees of this session will learn more about how collaborative reflective practice works and potential opportunities for training evaluators will be explored.