Basic Project Cycle Management and Development

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Basic Project Cycle Management and Development

6-7 October 2012

Course Aim and Purpose:
This course aims to provide students with the knowledge and to gain an understanding about examines fundamental theories, principles, perspectives, and practices of controlling/managing the Project Cycle Management. An effective manager achieves better development results with the people in the community they serve, affecting the well-being of poor people. This course also aims to helping organizations do the right projects and helping managers do the projects right by taking a holistic view.

Learning Outcomes:
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 have ability to manage for basic constraints, scope, schedule, budget and quality.
  • 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 more aware of and question personal, organizational, and community assumptions about how we work as development professionals in light of the need to demonstrate development results in our country.
  • Identify opportunities where learnt principles and skills may be applied immediately in practice to work.
  • Become better consumers of management tools in order to avoid fads and gimmicks.

Who should involve?
  • Managers in all fields of an organization. (Non-profit, profit, private…)
  • Facilitator, Team Leader, Coordinator, Field officer and University Student.
  • People who wish to have a job within a community development area.

Learning and Training Strategies
  • Lecture 20 %
  • Facilitator 25%
  • Participatory approach 55 %

Trainer Profile:
Mr. IM Sopheak has worked in the field of community development since 2000. Through the use of his specific skills he has engaged with many different projects/programs. These have been related to community organizing, facilitation skills, non-formal education, income generation, baseline survey, participatory approach, CBOs engagement, Genders mainstreaming, Advocacy, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA), Project Cycle Management, Program Development and fundraising.  Within the space of 12 years he served as Youth Volunteer, Community Facilitator, Community Development Coordinator, Project Manager, Senior Program Manager and Program Coordinator. Since 2004 Mr. Sopheak has had extensive experience as a key member of the Senior Management Team. At present Mr. Sopheak is a board member of an international organization and He is presently working as program coordinator and consultant for rural works.

Course Outlines

Day 1 (06/10/2012)
Day 2 (07/10/2012)
1Introduction to Project Cycle Management
  • Definition of Project
  • The challenges of Development project
  • Overview of Project Cycle for wholistic  Empowerment
  • Project Management Constraint

Problem Identification
  • What is problem identification?
  • Why Problem identification is important?
  • How  to do it ?
Problem Analysis:
Root Cause
  • What is Root Cause Analysis?
  • Why is Root Cause Analysis Important? How to do it ?
Project Design
  • What is Project Design?
  • Why is Project design important?
provide example:
Show the frame/Table
Develop Action Plan
Risk Assumption
Project Implementation
  • What is Project Implementation?
  • Why is Project Implementation Important?
  • Effectively of implementation
Priority the needs ( Ten Seeds Techniques and other tools)
Project Identification
  • What is Project Identification?
  • Why is Project Identification step important?
Stakeholder Analysis
  • What is Stakeholder Analysis?
  • Why is Stakeholder Analysis Important?
  • Tools to analysis

Project Monitoring
  • Why is project monitoring?
  • Why is project monitoring important?
  • Monitoring tools
Project Evaluation
  • What is evaluation?"
  • Why is evaluation important?
  • How to do?,
  • tools
  • Thinking about what makes for a `good' Project Monitoring, Review and Evaluation
  • Differences between Monitoring, Reviewing and Evaluation
Interacting with Donors
. Donors requirement & Concept Note introduction
. Monitoring and Reviewing Report

Fee: 99 USD (Include) per participant.
  • Lunch and refreshment  ( 2days )
  • Handout and group photo of participants
  • Certificate
Venue: Eden Park Restaurant (#53, St. 334)
Register deadline: October 04, 2012

Any query, registration and consulting, please contact by:
Email:  Trainer: 012 494 176
Registration: (For more information, please feel free to contact us as below address)
Tel:  078 707 797, 012 44 64 73
Our Service: Providing training courses , mid-term / final evaluation of project to your workplace that specific on rural works.



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