Practical Project Cycle Management and Development for NGOs
Training Course
Practical Project Cycle Management and Development for NGOs
14-15 February 2015

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

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 result 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 , team Leader
  • Coordinator,  Program officer
  • University Student.
Learning and training methods
  • Lecture 20 %
  • Facilitation 25%
  • Participatory approach 55 %

  • Graduated Master Degree in Management and Development, and candidate for Master Degree for Development Studies. 
  • 15 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, fund raising, proposal development and donor relation.  
Day 2
Introduction to Project Cycle
  • 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
- Plan
- Develop Action Plan
- Resources
- Times
- 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
  •  Concept note preparation
Course information
Course:            Practical Project Cycle Management and Development for NGOs
Date:                14-15 Feb 2015 (2days, Time: 8-12, 2-5 pm)
Language:       Khmer/English
Venue:             Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Fee:                 US$ 125 (Exclude any Taxes), Early Bird: US$ 110 (Register before February 13)
Free:                Lunch, refreshment, Handout, group photo & Certificate
Deadline:        February 13, 2015

Cambodia Centre for Transformational Development (CCTD)
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Tel:   078 707 797 , 069 757 797
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