Monitoring and Evaluation for NGOs Field Staff

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Training Course
Monitoring and Evaluation for NGOs Field Staff
27-28 June 2015


As my 7 years experienced as field staff (development practitioner) , and 9 years of manager. Field staff are the core for organization at village/commune level in purpose to achieve the organization’s goal. Did you achieve your target as expectation?  Did your staff need more M&E skills? Indeed, when field staff well understand of M&E. They will achieve more for the project expectation with efficiency, effectiveness and impact.

Course Aim
Different activities implemented by organizations, and the struggle is about how to capture result from the each activities. Although the term ”Monitoring and Evaluation” tends to get run together as if it is only one thing, monitoring and evaluation are, in fact, two distinct sets organization activities .Monitoring is the systematic collection and analysis of information as a project progresses. Evaluation is the comparison of actual project impacts against the agreed strategic plans. This course aims at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of a project or organization by examines fundamental, theories, and successful experiences.

Objective
The training designed to influence participants with (the basics) of setting up and using a monitoring  and evaluation system for a project or an organization. It clarifies what monitoring and evaluation are, how participants plan to do them, how participant design a system that helps you monitor and an evaluation process that brings it all together usefully. The source of training will helps participant looks at how you collect the information you need and then how you save yourself from drowning in data by analyzing the information in a relatively straightforward way. Finally it raises, and attempts to address, some of the issues to do with taking action on the basis of what you have learned.

At the end of this training course, participants are able:
  • Participants have ability and skill to develop their existing projects or a new project which is appropriate to the workplace.
  • Participants release their concerned about how efficiently and how effectively they are working on M&E.
  • Participants reach a stage in their project to evaluate what impact the work is having
  • Participants will learn from practice, experienced practitioners, fellow students and through the analysis of cases, viewing how effective managers help groups realize their potential.
  • Become better consumers of monitoring and evaluation tools in order to avoid fads and gimmicks.
Who should involve?
Community Development Facilitators , Team Leader, Coordinator, and manager who work in community development sectors.

Trainer Profile:
  • Graduated Master Degree in Management and Development, and candidate for Master Degree for Development Studies.
  • 16 years worked experience with NGOs as Development Practitioner (6 years as facilitator/coordinator, and 9 Years of Project/Program Managers).
  • 5 years experiences as trainer/facilitator/coach, and independent training consultant.
  • Abroad experiences ( Philippine, Thailand, Malaysia, Africa, and Australia ) , fund raising, proposal development and donor relation.

Learning and training methods
  • Lecture 20 %
  • Facilitation 25%
  • Participatory approach 55 %

Course content
1.Understanding  the monitoring process and know the tools and how to do it.
  • Overview of Monitoring and Evaluation experience and it cycle.
2.What Monitoring and Evaluation?
  • Monitoring and Evaluation  ( definition)
  • Efficiency
  • Effectiveness
  • Impact
3. Project Monitoring
  • Why is project monitoring?
  • Why is project monitoring important?
  • Monitoring tools
  • Presentation about monitoring tool , Practice the monitoring tools, Planning
4.Understanding the evaluation concept, process and type to do it.
5.Project Evaluation

  • What is evaluation?"
  • Why is evaluation important?
  • How  ?, tools ?
  • Thinking about what makes for a `good' Project Monitoring, Review and Evaluation
  • Differences between Monitoring, Reviewing and Evaluation
6.Why do monitoring and Evaluation ?
  • Review progress;
  • Identify problems in planning and/or implementation;
  • Make adjustments so that you are more likely to “make a difference”.
7.Different approaches to Evaluation
  • Case studies
  • Recorded observation
  • River of Life
  • Development Cafe
  • Ten Seeds
  • Structured questionnaires
  • One-on-one interviews
  • Focus groups
  • Sample surveys
8.Designing a monitoring and/or evaluation process/How M&E connecting to Logframe
  • Purpose
  • Key evaluation questions
  • Methodology
9.More about Monitoring and Evaluation 
  • Advantage and Disadvantage of External and Internal Evaluation
  • Five steps in developing indicators effectively 
10.Planning for Monitoring and Evaluation
  • What do we want to know
  • Different kinds of information.
  • How will we get information?
  • Who should be involved


Course information
Course:            Monitoring and Evaluation for NGOs Field Staff
Date:                27-28 June 2015 (2days, Time: 8-12, 2-5 pm)
Language:       Khmer
Venue:             Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Fee:                 US$ 115 (Exclude any Taxes), Early Bird: US$ 99 (Register before June 24)
Free:                Lunch, refreshment, Handout, group photo & Certificate

Registration
Cambodia Centre for Transformational Development (CCTD)
E2 , Street 504 Mao Setung , Toul Kork , Phnom Penh
Tel:   078  717 595
Email: cctd.training@gmail.com OR buildingcapacityforthefuture@gmail.com
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