Registration deadline:01 Nov 2018
Training date:13 Nov 2018to21 Nov 2018—
This capacity building training workshop is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of mid to senior level program/project managers working in government ministries/departments, civil society organizations and the donor community including UN agencies and bilateral aid agencies to understand the intricacy of RBM and the Monitoring & Evaluation system.
The course begins with an overview ofProject Cycle Management(PCM). At the beginning of a project planning cycle, it is important to determine what results are needed to be achieved, by when, and what needs to be done now, in order to successfully achieve set goals and objectives. Results should be based on aTheory of Change (TOC)that will guide the different phases of project implementation. The course also pays special attention to the monitoring system to be set up during the implementation phase and initiating corrective actions. Course contents will include the TOC used for planning program/project interventions, and the use of theLogical Framework Approach (LFA)as a tool to set the hierarchy of results-chain from inputs to activities, outputs, and outcomes. Examples will be taken from existing country programs and projects of the participants.
- Theory and practice ofProject Cycle Management (PCM);
- Guidelines toProject and Program Management (PPM);
- Theory of Change (TOC)for program planning;
- Logical Framework Approach (LFA)and LF Matrix as a tool and its application in results-based management (RBM);
- Results-based indicatorssetting;
- Use ofProblem Tree Analysisto identify problems and their causes;
- Introduction toMonitoring & Evaluation;
- Research methodology;
- Quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis;
- Human Development in the context of RBM
- The course will be very interactive which includes instructor presentations, case studies, individual and group exercises and group presentations;
- There is also a possibility of a field trip within the city or to a nearby province to observe projects using RBM. (Participants will need to pay for additional local transport if this takes place);
- The medium of instruction is in English.
- The course is conducted over a period of 7 working days (Saturday and Sunday are non-working days in Thailand)
Our Facilitators and Instructors have solid international and national development experiences working in Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. All of them have worked with Governments, UN agencies, Development Banks, NGOs or combination of all agencies in various capacities, including management of country programs.
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Investment for this course is USD$ 2,000.00 per participant. This goes to pay for tuition fee and all training materials, 7 lunches and 14 refreshments (during the class days) and a certificate; The fees do NOT cover the cost of airfares, airport pick-up and drop-off, local transportation, visa and hotel accommodation; ADCC is NOT in a position to offer any scholarships or funding. Participants are encouraged to seek funding opportunities with their employers or funding agencies.