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Do you need to build effective monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) into project and programme work for both accountability and learning? This course will strengthen your skills in supporting the monitoring and evaluation objectives of your organisation, from programme design through to evaluation and impact assessment.
I’d highly recommend INTRAC’s Online Monitoring Evaluation and Learning course – it gives a comprehensive approach to all the key elements of project monitoring and evaluation. Celeste Gomez, Programme Officer, IDEA International, Paraguay
The course is held twice a week (Wednesday and Thursday) over 5 weeks. Each live session starts at 13:00 PM UK time and lasts for 90 minutes. The training consists of a blend of ‘real time’ interactive live sessions led by our highly experienced trainers, individual and collaborative group activities during live sessions as well as on our e-learning platform, including individual coaching sessions.
This course provides flexibility and enables you to take part in an INTRAC course without travelling. Live sessions are recorded and are made available on our e-learning platform, so you can view them in your own time. For more details on the course contents, format, and dates of the live sessions, please download the course profile below.
Course fee: GBP £695
Applications are now closed for the course. Please look our for our next training dates in the next few weeks.
Órla Cronin is an independent consultant, trainer and facilitator, working in the area of monitoring, evaluation, research and learning, as well as capacity development and strategic planning. She has a PhD in Psychology (Southampton University), a BSc in Psychology (University College London) and a Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance (University of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine). She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Alison Carney is an independent consultant, facilitator, advocate and researcher in sport for development and social change since 2002. Alison has a Masters in Gender and International Development from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, UK, and a BA from Wellesley College, USA. Her research has been published in the International Review for the Sociology of Sport and Third World Thematics, as well as featured by the Institute of Development Studies.