Project Design, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation
- 25 – 29 January 2016, Geneva, Switzerland
The course is jointly organised with CERAH (Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action) and is part of the Master of Advanced Studies in Humanitarian Action curriculum. Participants can obtain 2 ETCS credits.
This comprehensive course provides fast-track training on project management. It is designed for practitioners in project management who have either not yet obtained basic training, or not yet on all subjects of the project cycle. This course provides training on all phases of the project cycle in a compact format: Needs assessment, designing and planning a project, monitoring the implementation of the project, and preparing an evaluation.
Who should attend
The course is designed for practitioners in project management with at least two years of experience, and who have either not yet obtained basic training, or not yet on all subjects of the project cycle. This includes:
- Project managers
- Programme coordinators
- Key field and HQ staff involved in designing and planning projects
- Managers supervising project development and implementation
- Consultants who carry out assignments for NGOs.
This course is not for beginners on project management.
How you and your organisation will benefit – Learning Objectives
At the end of the course, participants know how to make a needs assessment, to design, plan and monitor a project following the results-based management concept and using the logical framework as a tool.
The training course is based on a series of modules, which can be adapted to the requirements of the course participants. The emphasis is put on practice and exercises and includes:
- Questions and answers
- Role play
- Short presentations
Practical Information and Registration on CERAH Website