A Comprehensive Course on Monitoring and Evaluation

All 3 days only R8000.00 (Excl. VAT) per delegate

Tue 17th – Thu 19th Apr | Mon 29th – Wed 31st Oct (3 days)

Johannesburg, South Africa

About this course

Many organisations are in the business of designing and implementing projects, programmes and interventions. Often managers and the funders of these projects and programme are keen to know whether they meet their
objectives and whether there is value for money. Such knowledge and decision making are not done by mere observations. There are underlying frameworks and systems that should be used. Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of projects and programmes provides managers, funders and
stakeholders with better means for learning from past experience, improving service delivery, planning and allocating resources, and demonstrating results as part of accountability to key stakeholders.

There is a strong and growing emphasis on results and value for money. As a result, there is a growing interest in M&E. Yet there is often confusion about what M&E entails. The purpose of this comprehensive course is to give a good understanding of what M& E means and how to design and conduct quality M & E.

Monitoring and evaluation is a planning and management tool to ensure that programmes are kept on track and delivered to meet their objectives. Monitoring and evaluation is also essential for making corrective measures
in the lifetime of the programme as well as documenting and reporting on performance over time. Furthermore, a good knowledge of M & E is important at the design stage of projects

 
Course Content
  • This course will teach participants to understand:
  • The general philosophy, design and principles of monitoring and evaluation.
  • Different context for monitoring and evaluation, including where it cannot be done
  • M & E frameworks, methods and techniques
  • The practical steps for performance M & E
  • M & E plans and toolkits
  • How to design and measure performance indicators
  • Data and data collection methods
  • How to define and find data sources for M & E, including primary and secondary data sources
  • Data types for M & E, including quantitative and qualitative data
  • Data analysis methods and interpretation of findings for M & E
  • Data for action and advocacy: utilisation and communicating M & E results to policy makers.
Who Should attend
  • M & E Officers
  • Programme and project managers
  • Research managers
  • Lecturers and researchers
  • Officials of Government Departments
  • Nurses
Registration

For more details about our services contact:

Rose More
eMail: rose.more@cesar-africa.com
Tel: +27 11 403 1411 / +27 72 509 1861

Price Includes
  • Course attendance
  • Full refreshments: lunch
  • Welcome tea
  • Two breaks for tea including pastries
  • Course lecture notes and training manual
  • Complimentary parking
  • Certificate of attendance