Online Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Training

Event organiser:
IMA International
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United Kingdom

Our training brings together people from a variety of sectors and backgrounds, with varying levels of knowledge and skills in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E). For anyone interested in developing their organisation’s M&E capacity and better assessing the impact of their projects, our training provides a great foundation in MEAL.

This Monitoring, Evaluation Accountability, and Learning online course is an 8-week programme specifically designed for development workers in NGOs, government, UN agencies and private sector organisations. We estimate the course takes around 30-40 hours to complete in total. You will also be guided by experienced facilitators in live webinars where you will gain confidence in your M&E skills during and after the course with dedicated mentoring sessions.

What you will learn:

  • 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
  • Use participatory methods for data collection and analysis
  • Design and manage evaluation
  • Use your M&E findings to improve organisational learning and stakeholder engagement
  • Use new and innovative digital methods for M&E, including remote monitoring
  • Discover the potential of AI and emerging tools
  • Incorporate Knowledge Sharing practices into your M&E
  • Develop and work with a practical M&E system.

You are awarded a MEAL certificate after completing the course and fulfilling all course criteria.

Accreditation: CPD and HPass

Fee information: Starting at £980 (excl. VAT): This covers all access to the online training materials, guided webinars, post-course support and a certificate of completion as a CPD accredited course.

How to register: Apply Online via our website or contact for more information.

Application Deadline: 30th August 2024

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