Practical Project Cycle Management

Training Course
Practical project CYCLE management
Date: 11-12 (Sat-Sun) May 2013                            Venue: Eden Park
Time: 8:00am-17:00pm                                          Language: Khmer

Project Cycle Management (PCM) provides a foundation on project and project management that’s necessary to develop advanced concepts. The course guides and thoroughly details on participatory approaches for effective project planning, tools for accurate project activities implementation, tools for effective monitoring and necessity feedback on ongoing project operation. PMC definitely helps project managers, project implementers and project stakeholders gain clear practical circle of project planning, designing, implementing and evaluating for project success and impacts.

Overall Objective
Project Cycle Management (PCM) aims to entail a group of activities, knowledge and skills to produce a project purpose in a fixed time frame or a series of projects whose objectives together contribute to a common overall objective of an organization effectively and efficiently.

Expected Outcome
  • The ability to understand general concepts of project, project cycle, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation;
  • The ability to produce effective tools for project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluating;
  • The ability to analyze project risks and manage effectively;
  • The ability to apply tools in problem, objective and strategy analysis; and
  • The ability to transform project issues into opportunities for successful project management and implementation.

Course Outlines
Chapter I: PCM Overview
Chapter II: Identification
  • Understanding the “Cycle”
  • Definitions of project
  • Definitions of project management
  • Aims of PCM
  • How to achieve PCM
  • Key Principles of PCM
  • 3Ps of Project Management
  • Project Management Triangle
  • Information Vs Data
  • Types of data
  • Data collection tools
  • Analysis of information/data
  • Prioritization of needs, issue …
  • Criteria for prioritization
  • Prioritization tools
  • Problem tree analysis - Practice
Chapter III: Design
Chapter IV: Implementation
  • Planning and planning cycle
  • Key elements in planning
  • Solution Trees - Practice
  • Project structure
  • Ways of indicators work
  • Logframe and Budgeting - Practice
  • Outcome of implementation
  • A learning process
  • Major tasks in implementation
  • Documentation needed
  • Implementation schedule and plan
Chapter V: Monitoring
Chapter VI: Evaluation
  • What is monitoring?
  • How monitoring works?
  • What to monitor?
  • Monitoring tools
  • What is evaluation?
  • Types of evaluation
  • Evaluation Criteria
  • How to evaluate?
Chapter VI: Supplementary Topics included
  • Characteristics of a good manager
  • Roles of a good manager
  • Delegation process

Who is the trainer?
Mr. Sou Savoeurn possesses over 10 years of experiences in teaching ESL and training to improve high standard of implication for achieving organizational goals. He experienced in community-based organizations formation, community development-based youth agents, program technical advice, organizational strategic development, school and education center management and program management. Savoeurn also experienced in organizing, delivering, monitoring and evaluating the success of training curriculums and trainings provided to local partners, companies, not-for-profit organizations, social enterprises, local government agencies and individuals for effective implementation, leading, managing and evaluating of those institutions’ activities.

Currently, Savoeurn works as Community Development Program Manager (CDP Manager). He pertains to lead, manage, monitor, evaluate and ensure the effectiveness, efficiency, relevant, impact and lessons learnt of child protection & education, livelihood restoration & improvement, health service improvement and community organizing projects. He conducts regular coaching and training to project staffs, local partners and individuals for achieving all project vision, mission, goals and objectives. Furthermore, he is a weekend trainer for a private institution and NGOs. Savoeurn’s past positions include academic director, acting child protection and education program manager, chairman of education technical team and program adviser.

Who should attend the course?
  • Managers in all fields of an organization. (Non-profit, profit, private…)
  • Project Coordinator, facilitator, officer and field staffs
  • People who wish to have a job within a community development

What will the training course be included?
  • Lunch and four times of refreshment
  • Training pack and group photo of participants
  • Certificate Awarded By: ODCC

Training Fee
  • Early Bird Fee  - Before 3 May 2013: USD 69
  • Normal Fee      - After  3  May 2013: USD 79

Tel             : 066 53 30 23 / 012 412 331
Email         :
Website     :
Office         : #4G, St. 271, Sangkat Boeug Tumpun, Khan Mean Chey, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Closing Date: 10 May 2013



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