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Results-Based Monitoring & Evaluation

This five-day course focuses on bringing in accountability of monitoring and evaluation for ensuring project completion on time within budgeted costs.

Results-Based Monitoring & Evaluation

  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    Oct 10 - 14, 2016
    Faculty : Rajesh Kapoor, Swati Devgon
    Level : Middle- to senior- level managers
    Fee : USD 1,650 Residential package fee available at USD 2,250 (course fee + USD 600 for accommodation and breakfast).
    Language : English
    Registration deadline : Friday, 23 September 2016
  •  Benefit of training
  •  Who should attend
  •  Programme
  •  Accreditation
  •  Union membership
  • Develop an understanding of the difference between monitoring, review and evaluation of programmes and projects
  • Develop different indicators for project monitoring and evaluation
  • Strengthen the processes of supervision to work more effectively and efficiently
  • Collect and analyse data and drawing meaningful conclusions to take corrective and preventative action
  • Improve the quality, speed and content of reporting for better decision making
  • Conduct and support an internal or external audit for the project
  • One-year complimentary Union membership

Middle- to senior- level managers working in public health from national, provincial government or international agencies and NGOs who are responsible for project management, its various administrative aspects and donor communications for the implementation of health programmes.

  • Day 1

    • Welcome and introduction to Results-Based Monitoring & Evaluation
    • Overview of project management
    • Definitions of monitoring and evaluation related concepts
    • Using the systems framework for monitoring and evaluation
    • Developing monitoring indicators
  • Day 2

    • Different elements of monitoring
    • Role of project staff and supervision for monitoring and evaluation
    • Making supervision effectiveing
    • Giving feedback and coaching for monitoring and evaluation
  • Day 3

    • Types of data
    • Data collection techniques
    • Data summarization and analysis
    • Data Reliability and Validity
  • Day 4

    • Monitoring audits
    • Reporting
    • Evaluation models
    • Developing evaluation indicators
  • Day 5

    • Overview of monitoring and evaluation framework
    • Developing a monitoring and evaluation plan
    • Monitoring and evaluation plan presentation
    • Feedback and concluding

IMDP participants are eligible to earn continuing medical education (CMEs) and/or continuing education units (CEUs). The IMDP core courses are accredited both by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP). The IMDP Tobacco Control courses are accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

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