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Participatory Video and Most Significant Change Course

A rigorous short course for anyone interested in using Participatory Video and Most Significant Change (PV MSC) as a powerful and innovative approach to qualitative monitoring and evaluation. You will gain the knowledge and skills necessary, to design and facilitate PV MSC processes, and the underlying principles for use in various contexts. 

United Kingdom
25th October, 2017 to 27th October, 2017
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A new course for those keen to learn the basics of our Participatory Video combined with the Most Significant Change technique (PVMSC). Over the past 8 years of developing our PVMSC process
we have seen that it can create an invaluable space for organisations to learn through reflection and reshaping of programmes in line with participants’ values. We have been asked on numerous occasions to provide guidance on using PV for monitoring and evaluation so we felt it was time to share our learning.

Last year we launched our PVMSC toolkit to help spread the method. You can download a free copy here. Now we invite you to learn how to design a PVMSC process in this intensive and highly practical training. 

As a trainee you will experience, explore and practise elements from the toolkit. The course is designed around principles of experiential learning: using a wide range of techniques that enhance creativity, sharing, reflection and learning. You will learn how to assess when PVMSC is appropriate as well as to design as PVMCS process as part of a wider M&E strategy. The course also includes advice on how to capitalise on a process that can simultaneously be an M&E activity, a
programmatic intervention and an advocacy exercise.

For more information please download the course brochure or contact the organisers directly.

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Head of Participatory Video for M&E programme, InsightShare.
United Kingdom.