Designing a Participatory Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation System
* Online real time participatory training
* Very experienced trainers
* Access from the office, in the field or at home: from anywhere in the world
* Affordable and no travel costs
* Very low carbon footprint
This 10 hour live online course will enable you to prepare the ground for undertaking monitoring and evaluation and analysing the results. Designing a Participatory Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation System will help participants understand the key components for effective M&E in order to improve management performance and evidenced based decision making. The course explores how to establish the necessary framework for good M&E based on clarifying stakeholders, bringing the Logical Framework up to date, and generating a set of criteria against which to measure progress.
The course will introduce a series of data recording templates for monitoring progress and investigate the challenges of collecting baseline data. How to analyse quantitative and qualitative data and how to present the findings so that lessons can be learnt and good results can be mainstreamed and sustained will be addressed. By the end of the course participants will have gained the skills and experience to apply Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation in their work.
The course is aimed at managers and staff who are actively involved in M&E within their organisations. Participants will be able to meet, online, people from around the world who are also actively engaged in M&E and have the opportunity to work together and exchange experience and ideas. Participants will receive online tuition, technical support for using the online system, and a Toolkit.
How the course is delivered
The course is delivered in five 2 hour online sessions spread over a five week period. All participants need is a PC, speaker/headphone and a broadband connection. Participants have the opportunity to follow up each session with relevant in-work exercises. Once participants complete an exercise they can send it to the trainer and she/he will respond with brief comments.
Participants who complete the course and two or more of the five exercises will receive a Completion Certificate.
The cost for the five sessions is £200 (US$ 320) per terminal; any number of people can view the course but only one person from each terminal is eligible to receive a Completion Certificate (if they have completed a minimum of two exercises). For additional participants using the same terminal who would like to gain a Completion Certificate there will be an extra charge of £45 per person to cover the administration cost. For bookings of more than 3 terminals there is a 20% reduction in cost for each terminal. Payment is made by Bank transfer.
This course is timed for participants in Europe, the Middle East, Russia, Africa and Asia and held at the LOCAL TIMES listed below. To check where you are go to: http://www.timezonecheck.com
The course starts at 09.00 UK time and finishes at 11.00 UK time ever session.
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Sessions and dates
Session 1 – Introduction to RBM – Monitoring and Evaluation
Introduction to Results Based Project Monitoring and Evaluation
The monitoring and evaluation cycle design
Purpose of monitoring and the results of evaluation
Linking Project to programme and national strategies
Exercise: Strategy alignment of Project to National Priorities
Session 2 – Preparing the Logical Framework for Monitoring and Evaluation
Using and understanding the Logical Framework for project design, monitoring and evaluation
Identifying and recording baseline data
Stakeholder Mapping and Analysis
Meeting the DAC Criteria
Exercise: Preparing the Logical Framework, Assumptions and Monitoring Indicators
Session 3 – Tools for Result Based Project Monitoring and Evaluation
Tools for collecting data and engaging stakeholders
Monitoring Activities, Outputs, Assumptions and Stakeholder responses
Exercise: Customising and applying the templates to participants’ work situations
Session 4 – Data capture and recording
Who, how and when to collect monitoring data
Quantitative and qualitative data collection and recording
Analysing the data from the templates and other sources
Exercise: Prepare a data capture and recording system
Session 5 – Formative and Summative Evaluation
Impact assessment – causality/attribution
Preparing the Narrative Report
Reporting project progress and findings
Mainstreaming project results
Learning lessons and communicating the results
Exercise: Design a narrative report format for your organisation
Course Dates and Booking
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