This course is based on punto.sud experience acquired in many years of field work, where different monitoring and evaluation approaches and methods have been implemented and tested. It intends to provide an overall guidance on the main key steps evaluators and organisations should undertake to get benefits both in terms of learning and accountability.
More specifically the course intends to concentrate on the needs and requirements of small and medium organisations, which very often have limited resources for monitoring and evaluation activities. The different sessions aim to guide participants to develop practical working methods following the M&E cycle, as well as to concentrate on a few methods considered particularly relevant as per experiences of the recent years.
An introductory 2-day course is also available.
To improve participants’ knowledge regarding good standards in project monitoring and evidence evaluation methods.
At the end of the course you will be able to:
- Get the benefit of recognising the different steps of the M&E cycle;
- Improve your knowledge of how to design and implement feasible and user-focused monitoring plan;
- Understand the basic concepts of the main different approaches in evaluation, recognising advantage and disadvantaged in their application;
- Gain guidance on the use of different investigation tools with a special focus on monitoring and evaluation activities of small-medium projects.
5-day training modules to strengthen the learners’ ability to design and develop monitoring plan and evaluation studies.
Target group and prerequisites
Practitioners wishing to enhance monitoring and evaluation skills. Small-medium organisation programme managers wishing to better shape monitoring and evaluation strategies for internal quality assurance. Preliminary knowledge of the subject is required.
Number of participants
Standard Open Training Course
In-house / Bespoke Training Course