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May 2014

Gender Analysis and Planning - May 2014

DatesMon 19 May 2014 - Wed 21 May 2014
Types
  • INTRAC training
ProviderINTRAC
Cost745.00 - £GBP (*residential)
595.00 - £GBP (**non-residential)
VenueOxford, UK

Development planners and NGOs are increasingly committed to incorporating a gender perspective into their programmes. However, many face challenges in its practical and systematic application to their work. This course will enable you to effectively and systematically analyse contexts and plan development and humanitarian programmes from a gender equality perspective.

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Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation - May 2014

DatesMon 19 May 2014 - Fri 23 May 2014
Types
  • INTRAC training
ProviderINTRAC
Cost1295.00 - £GBP (*residential)
1045.00 - £GBP (**non-residential)
VenueOxford, UK

This course builds on participants’ understanding and skills of how to develop sustainable and cost effective monitoring and evaluation processes and practices within their own projects and organisations. It is also relevant for those trying to improve and enhance current M&E processes, or supporting partners to develop and implement effective M&E. The focus is on ensuring M&E contributes towards improving organisational learning and accountability.

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June 2014

Impact Assessment - June 2014

DatesMon 2 June 2014 - Wed 4 June 2014
Types
  • INTRAC training
ProviderINTRAC
Cost745.00 - £GBP (*residential)
595.00 - £GBP (**non-residential)
VenueOxford, UK

This course explores some of the different approaches to impact assessment that can be used by NGOs; the value of planning for impact; and how to build impact assessment into existing structures and systems. It also offers an opportunity to experiment with a number of tools and methods, and with how to use findings for organisational learning.

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Theory of Change Approaches to Planning and Impact Assessment - June 2014

DatesMon 9 June 2014 - Wed 11 June 2014
Types
  • INTRAC training
ProviderINTRAC
Cost745.00 - £GBP (*residential)
595.00 - £GBP (**non-residential)
VenueOxford, UK

There has been an increased interest in Theories of Change (ToCs) in the development sector. Some donors now require organisations to provide ToCs to accompany their proposals. Organisations who have already developed a ToC for their programmes have found that the process and the product can provide greater clarity for communication, planning and M&E; enhance partner relationships and support organisational development. This course gives participants an understanding of what ToCs are; how they complement other planning, evaluation and impact assessment processes; and how they can be applied in different organisational contexts and situations. Knowledge and skills from this course can be applied to the development of Theory of Change approaches to planning, evaluation and assessing impact within programmes and organisations.

This three day course offers a clear conceptual overview of ToC; offer taster sessions in developing different elements of a ToC and provide tailored guidance on designing and facilitating ToC processes which respond directly to participants’ own identified needs.

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Advocacy and Policy Influencing - June 2014

DatesMon 23 June 2014 - Fri 27 June 2014
Types
  • INTRAC training
ProviderINTRAC
Cost1295.00 - £GBP (*residential)
1045.00 - £GBP (**non-residential)
VenueOxford, UK

This course gives participants a thorough understanding of how to influence the policy making process in their own context to achieve policy change. You will learn skills to help you plan and deliver effective advocacy strategies; enhance your ability to lobby decision makers; and gain confidence in the ways in which you relate to different audiences. You will also have a more thorough understanding of power dynamics in an advocacy context.

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