ZOOM MEETINGS & OFFLINE STUDY
03 - 31 MAY 2023
MAXIMUM 10 PARTICIPANTS
Design, Monitor & Evaluate Development Projects That Get Results & Attract Donor Support
This practical course will teach you how to design and monitor projects that deliver measurable results for target groups and communities. You will learn a process for project identification, design and M&E planning that will lead to improved outcomes for your project beneficiaries.
Through a combination of coached, live sessions on Zoom and self-study (downloadable course videos, worksheets and extra materials) you will learn how to:
- Apply the Results-Based Management (RBM) philosophy and principles to drive highly impactful development results
- Use the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) to easily design, monitor and evaluate humanitarian and community development projects
- Use RBM and LFA to consistently deliver a high level of positive, measurable change that will keep your stakeholders and donors satisfied
The course addresses the challenges faced by development professionals in project design and M&E in a way that allows for maximum practical work. While you will get all the theory you need, you will learn the steps and tools in a way that you can apply time after time after the course is over.
HOW IT WORKS
LIVE SESSIONS & OFF-LINE STUDY
This is combination of live video sessions conducted using ZOOM and off-line self study.
As soon as you sign up you get immediate, lifetime access
to all the course materials - downloadable course videos, worksheets
and extra materials.
There are five weekly live meetings over the course period. Each Wednesday, we meet live at 09.00 UTC (see current UTC time here) to review / preview and deal with questions. Between meetings you are given tasks (videos and exercises) to complete before the next session.
FOLLOW UP REVIEW
10 days after the course you are invited to submit your own M&E plan for personal feedback.
After the course is completed you will be issued with your certificate.
"As a result of the training, RBM is now our in-house tool for project evaluation
and appraisal, and we mainstream RBM in all our 37 project offices
across Nigeria. Neil opened my eyes to critical issues of linking
activities to results and impacts, and his ability to deconstruct and
demystify M&E made the training a life-changing experience."
- Dr Steve Ogidan, National Coordinating Consultant. Nigeria Incentive-Based Risk-Sharing System for Agricultural Lending
PreviewINTRODUCTION TO THE LOGICAL FRAMEWORK APPROACH (5:15)
StartTHE NARRATIVE SUMMARY (6:22)
StartOBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATORS (6:37)
StartMEANS OF VERIFICATION (4:06)
StartASSUMPTIONS AND TESTING THE LOGIC (8:49)
StartTEN STEPS TO A LOGICAL FRAMEWORK (6:17)
is a wonderful trainer who lets the participants have in-depth
knowledge of the course. And the way the course has been designed and is
conducted really helps to grasp a good knowledge on the subject
- Kanchan Ojha, Monitoring and Evaluation Associate, World Wide Fund For Nature, Nepal
training helped me to improve my knowledge on how to develop social
projects more efficiently. The course provides good learning on how to
develop projects with better performance and greater accountability by
applying a clear logical framework to plan, manage and measure an
intervention with a focus on the results you want to achieve."
- Elçin Demirel, Regional Coordinator, TAMEB (German-Turkish Partnership for Vocational Skills Development)
COMBINES FACE-TO-FACE SESSIONS WITH FLEXIBLE OFF-LINE STUDY
LIFETIME ACCESS TO ALL TRAINING MATERIALS AND VIDEOS
POST-COURSE PERSONAL FEEDBACK
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