This course will strengthen participants’ understanding and skills in developing sustainable and cost effective monitoring and evaluation processes and practices within their own projects, programmes and organisations. As an advanced course, participants are expected to have a certain degree of knowledge and understanding of M&E tools and methods and the challenges of undertaking M&E.
It is also relevant for those trying to improve and enhance current monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems, or supporting partners to develop and implement effective M&E. The course provides an overview of all aspects of M&E from planning to M&E and impact assessment, with a focus on ensuring that M&E contributes towards improving organisational learning and accountability.
This course will help you clarify and simplify what M&E is all about, in a very supportive learning environment. It is a must for anyone involved in M&E. Janet Whitelaw-Jones, Independent Consultant, UK
Non-residential: £1395 (includes training materials, lunch and refreshments)
Residential: £1795 (includes training materials, 4 nights’ accommodation and all meals for the duration of course)
Individual coaching fee: £125 per 50-minute session.
Application deadline: Friday, 24 April 2020. Kindly note that applications are assessed on a rolling basis. We reserve the right to close the enrolment before the deadline in case the course is oversubscribed. Apply early to avoid disappointment!
Anne Garbutt has worked with INTRAC since 1997, delivering on consultancies across the world in organisational development, monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning and partner capacity building. She has also developed and delivered on many INTRAC open training programmes. She has worked across Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Australia, North Africa, Europe, UK, Ireland and the Middle East. Anne’s main passion is developing robust M&E processes that come from good quality planning (Theory of Change, Log framing), developing monitoring systems and finally supporting organisations who want to measure the impact of their work. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Land Economy from Aberdeen University and a Master’s degree in Rural Resources Management from the University of Bangor, North Wales.