Online Training Course on Connect Learning with Monitoring and Evaluation: A Strategy for Project M&E in Current COVID 19 Pandemic

Date: 
10 - 28 May 2021

Learn from practitioners on how to develop M & E pathways that foster measurement of results and respond to current changes of M&E contexts. Broadening perspectives for innovative ways to develop tools and reporting mechanisms that help to make decisions for project implementation.  

Aims of the program

  1. Enhance practical knowledge and scope for M&E approach and practices during COVID-19.   
  2. Be acquainted with appropriate research design and data collection tools.
  3. Apply M &E  concept to create information sharing and reporting strategies.   

Duration: 10-28 May May 2021

Live Sessions: 10, 13, 17, 20, 24 and 28th May 2021

Time:  14.00 -16.00 hrs. (Bangkok Time)                                                                                                       

Learning Modules and Contents

Module-1: Definitions, Meanings and Terms

1.1 Definitions of M&E, and other related technical terms

1.2 Meanings of project monitoring and evaluation

1.3 Usage of the terms by practitioners and organizations

1.4 How project managers / officers should communicate with others on monitoring and evaluation

Module-2: M&E in a Project Cycle

2.1 Key steps in project management

2.2 Project evaluation and control

2.3 M&E as a feedback system in project cycle

2.4 Project management vs learning cycle

2.5 M&E model of international development agencies

2.6 Role of project manager in M&E

2.7 Role of project officers in M&E

2.8 Case Examples of M&E in education, infrastructure and social sector

Module-3: Result-based Management (RBM) Approach to M&E

3.1 Key concepts and linkage between M&E and RBM

3.2 Definitions of output, outcome and impact

3.3 Theory of Change

3.4 Logical framework

3.5 Result chain an its applications in M&E planning

3.6 Selection of M&E criteria

3.7 Big 7 M&E criteria

Module-4: Research Design and Data Collection

4.1 Importance of research approach to M&E

4.2 Key consideration in dealing with scientific approach to M&E

4.3 Survey design: control group, project group and sampling techniques 

4.3 Baseline data

4.5 Longitudinal data survey

4.6 Comparison before and after

4.7 Methods an tools for data collection, survey and information gathering

4.8 Data analysis and statistical tools used for M&E

4.9 Data and information presentation

Module: 5: M&E and Learning (MEL) and Reporting

5.1 Key concepts of MEL

5.2 Who need MEL, why

5.3 MEL in project cycle

5.4 MEL tools

5.5 MEL and project progress reporting

5.6 MEL for project M&E reporting

5.7 Case examples of MEL

5.8 M&E report and presentation

For Payment:

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or
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Term & Conditions: The Organizer reserves the right to change and/or cancel the training program due to unforeseen circumstances or low enrollment.