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Monitoring and Evaluation for Results 10-days

Monitoring and evaluation of projects and programmes using results approaches

Duration: 10 days

Venue
Date
Application Deadline
Fee
Brighton
02-13 Jul 18
22 Jun 18
£3200
Cape Town
01-12 Oct 18
31 Aug 18
£3200
Bangkok
19-30 Nov 18
19 Oct 18
£3200
Bangkok
18 Feb 19-01 Mar 19
18 Jan 19
£3200
Cape Town
01-12 Apr 19
01 Apr 19
£3200
Brighton
17-28 Jun 19
17 May 19
£3200
Cape Town
23 Sep 19-04 Oct 19
23 Aug 19
£3200
Bangkok
18-29 Nov 19
18 Oct 19
£3200

This Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for Results training course is for managers and monitoring and evaluation officers who need to supervise, manage, plan and implement M&E in their projects and programmes. The course addresses M&E for the entire results chain, including the all-important outcomes. This 10-day course covers the principles, and embeds the practice of M&E for results. You can attend this 10-day course and later attend our Theory of Change or Leadership and Management for Development training (within a 12 month period) and receive our Certificate in Applied Evaluation or Certificate in Development Management.

Why choose this course

Delivered by our practitioners with extensive participatory field experience, this is the leading M&E course for development professionals. Those responsible for project or programme-level M&E benefit from the latest M&E thinking and practice, including results approaches. This course will enable you to bring the learning into practice and to understand the difference between data, information and knowledge which is a key aspect to ensure strategic decision making.

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What you will learn

Through a mix of practical activities, theory and examples of effective practice you will learn how to:

  • decide what and how to monitor with different stakeholders
  • clarify key results at the programme-level using logic models
  • plan a project using the logical framework
  • develop indicators and targets
  • participatory methods for data collection and analysis
  • design and manage evaluation
  • use your M&E findings to stimulate learning, improvement and stakeholder buy-in.
  • develop and work with a practical M&E system

Daily Course Objectives

Day 1

Week 1: Principles of M&E for Results
The changing role and practice of M&E

  • M&E fundamentals
  • results approaches: outputs, outcomes and impact
  • relate M&E to your programme and project cycle
  • identify stakeholders and their differing needs and roles

Day 2

Results framework

  • develop logic models
  • work with and beyond logframes

Day 3

Developing M&E frameworks

  • criteria for indicators
  • develop project indicators
  • identify means of verification

Day 4

Gathering data/information/knowledge

  • quantitative and qualitative approaches and instruments
  • data organisation, quality assurance and analysis
  • design baseline, evaluation and impact studies

Day 5

M&E system and plan

  • prepare M&E plan
  • M&E system
  • week 1 learning synthesis

Day 6

Week 2: Embedding key M&E practices and apply these to your live work cases or a local organisation

  • situation and context analysis
  • critical overview of logframes

Day 7

Evaluation techniques

  • design evaluations for stakeholder benefit and use
  • choice and use of qualitative and quantitative collection instruments
  • making use of M&E data/information/knowledge

Day 8

Participatory data collection methods

  • Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) techniques
  • timeline exercises
  • focus group discussions
  • key informant interviews

Day 9

Learning synthesis and reflection

  • innovative M&E approaches (Theory of Change)
  • participant presentations preparation

Day 10

Using what you have learnt

  • participant presentations
  • embedding learning for personal and organisational benefit
  • becoming change agents for M&E.