Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation Training

This five-day course is intended to provide an overview of results-based monitoring and evaluation methods with practical applications of tools and methods. This course will provide participants with M&E tools, techniques and resources needed for planning, organizing, and/or managing programs and projects. Through exercises and group work, participants will learn the links between results-based measurement, monitoring and program evaluation. Time will be allotted for practical exercises and informal question and answer sessions around common M&E problem areas. Resources for further study and research in the M&E field will be provided.

Topics include theories of change, indicators of outputs and outcomes, designs for evaluation, data collection, including sampling, and data analysis. Additional sources of web-based information on M&E are provided at the end of the workshop.

The workshop is based on a belief that active learning tailored to specific needs can be both effective and enjoyable. For this reason, the workshop includes several group projects that enable participants to translate theory into practice and to apply what they have learned to their particular needs as soon as they return to their work environments.

Course Objectives

  1. Participants will gain confidence to apply the acquired skills and knowledge to their M&E work
  2. Participants will be able to share and learn from other country experiences to strengthen their M&E systems.
  3. Participants will have an improved understanding of how M&E can improve the quality of their projects while promoting learning and accountability
  4. Participants will also learn how to be better managers and consumers of evaluations conducted by others

Target Audience

The course is designed for representatives from government, project teams, NGOs, multi and bi-lateral development organizations, consultancies, etc, that are typically employed as project managers and directors, M&E specialists, technical specialists, and researchers.

Date:

  • Workshop 1: October 21-25, 2013
  • Workshop 2: October 28- November 1, 2013

Location: Protea Hotel Breakwater Lodge, in the heart of the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa.

The course is non-residential. If you will like to secure accommodation at the venue please contact:

Greg Brookstein,

Event Coordinator

Protea Hotel Breakwater Lodge

Tel: +27 21 406 1303

Fax: +27 21 406 1070

Email: greg@bwl.co.za

Web: www.proteahotels.com/breakwaterlodge

Format:

The course will include instructor presentations, case studies, individual and group exercises and group presentations. Certificates will be awarded on the final day of the course to those with full attendance.

Lead Facilitator:

Dr. Richard Tobin was Manager and Lead Evaluation Specialist at the World Bank Institute Evaluation Group. He has extensive experience with results-based monitoring and evaluation (M&E), including impact evaluation. He has been a team leader or team member for multiple development-related evaluations in Asia, Africa, and Europe for several organizations, including the World Bank and

the United Nations, and has served as the lead facilitator for more than 40 introductory and intermediate M&E workshops in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States for government officials, NGOs, and representatives of bilateral donors and international organizations. He has also developed advanced workshops on impact evaluation and international development.

Fees and applications

The fee for the training is US $1800 (includes tuition costs, background reading materials & copies of all the training materials as well as lunches and tea breaks; Does not include travel and accommodation). The fee is payable once your application has been approved. Your place on the course will be secured only when full payment has been received. Due to limited space, you are advised to get your application in promptly to avoid disappointment.

Download download the application form

The deadline for registration is September 9, 2013.

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