Who is it for? People working in the fields of monitoring, evaluation, learning and impact evaluation. In particular people responsible for the design, management and delivery* of these processes. * For those interested in facilitating a PVMSC process, we recommend that you sign-up for our 6-day ‘Participatory Video Facilitation’ course as well. If you take the 6-day course first you will receive a 15% discount on the PVMSC
Who is it for? Project managers and other staff responsible for project delivery • Community workers and development practitioners • Volunteers and activists • Anyone who seeks ways of strengthening the capacity of groups to mobilise themselves or influence decision making processes to achieve positive changes in their lives and environments What will you learn? • Experience a complete participatory video process • Develop technical and storytelling skills
Objectives Participants will gain confidence to apply the acquired skills and knowledge of RBM to their projects, by sharing and learning from other country experiences, they will strengthen their RBM process. Participants will have an improved understanding of how RBM can improve the quality of their projects while promoting learning and accountability. Participants will also learn how to plan, manage, and monitor a project with a focus on results.
Audience This course is designed for all people that want to start a career in development project management, including professionals wishing to upgrade their skills and knowledge. An ideal course for team members, managers of project managers and students of project management. Participants to our courses come from various parts of the world; NGOs, universities, social development institutions, international development and relief organizations.
Who should attend? ● Policy advisers and officials interested in a broader perspective on policy development and evaluation. ● Professional evaluators interested in different approaches to evaluation. ● Academics with an interest in public policy and evaluation ● Commentators on public policy issues. ● Commissioners of evaluation. There will be opportunities for audience questions after each presentation, and a panel session at the end.
Course Listing Follow this link for a quick view of the full program schedule at a glance. Week One Social and Organizational Network Analysis (July 9-10, 2-day course) Instructor: Lynne Franco, ScD Category: Analytic Approaches Outcome and Impact Assessment (July 9-11, 3-day course) Instructor: Mark W. Lipsey, PhD Category: Evaluation Theory, Design, and Methods Basics of Evaluation (July 9-11, 3-day course) Instructor: Arnold J. Love, PhD