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ڕاگەیاندنی خولێك دەربارەی بەرێوەبردنی سووڕی پرۆژە

PROJECT CYCLE MANAGEMENT

 

Bio force institute is offering a course in Project Cycle Management for Organizations, September 2nd to 6th 2018.  Public Aid Organization hosts the training at Chwar chra hotel in Erbil province.


 

 

 

Course date and duration

Date from 2nd to 6th of September, 2018

Price $390

Duration 5 days

Location Enter address:  Chwarchra hotel ,Erbil,  opposite to directorate of municipality, Erbil.

 

Objectives

To strengthen the capacities to design, pilot and evaluate a cooperation project

| Explain the different stages of the project cycle

| Distinguish different tools and methods related to the project cycle

| Develop an assessment of the situation

| Identify the role of the different stakeholders

| Consolidate the intervention logic of the project through a logical framework

| Develop an action plan

| Plan and schedule project activities

| Set up a monitoring and control system by selecting the necessary indicators and tools

| Select the evaluation criteria and develop the terms of reference for a final evaluation

 

Profile

 

 

 

 

In-service and aspiring aid workers from international and national aid organizations

 

Prerequisites

RECOMMENDED Previous experience in project or program management. 

MANDATORY Level of English proficiency: B2 minimum (according to European language levels - Self Assessment Grid)

 

 

 

Tentative schedule

 

Day 1

Project cycle management

| Theory and key definitions

| Plan, programs and projects

| Context of projects

| Project cycle stages

Initial assessment

| Definition

 

Day 2

Initial assessment

| Terms of reference

| Data collection and analysis tools

 

Day 3

Design

| Objectives: hierarchy and prioritization

| Intervention logic

| Components of the LOGFRAME

| Project document and donors’ forms

Programming

| Operational action plan

| Activities planning

 

Day 4 & Day 5

Monitoring and evaluation

| Definitions and differences

| Monitoring plan

| Evaluation types

| Evaluation criteria

| Evaluation steps

| Terms of reference

| Reporting

| Use of the evaluation


 

 

Training schedule

 

9.00: am - 5 :00 pm

Two coffee break with lunch

Teaching methods

Pedagogical methods focus on the practical application of knowledge and skills, delivered by experienced trainers from the humanitarian sector.

Collective practical cases (case studies, exercises, role-playing, etc.), restitutions, analysis and group discussions.

Technical methods, tools and equipment/materials as those used in a professional context.

Theoretical and practical training.

Daily review of the training activities to enhance skills development.

 

Number of participants

Erbil   up to 25 participants

 

If the minimum number of registered participants is not reached, Bioforce Institute and PAO reserve the right to cancel the training session. In the event of such cancellation, registered participants will receive a full refund.

 

Evaluation procedures

ENSURING THE BEST TRAINING POSSIBLE

1 review with the facilitator at each synchronous exchange

The time dedicated to mutual exchange aims at assessing trainees’ practical and theoretical knowledge acquisition. Content may then be adapted to trainees to meet their expectations as well as global training objectives.

1 time dedicated to monitoring knowledge acquisition for each participant

A self-assessment questionnaire is completed by each participant at the start and end of the course. The questionnaire is intended to measure participants’ knowledge acquisition.

1 feedback form to be completed by each participant at the end of the training

Trainees will be asked to assess the quality of the training: relevance of its content, organization, pedagogical methods used during the training, equipment and the quality of information given before the training. 

 

 

 

 

For each of our trainings, the following equipment will be provided:

| 1 or more training class rooms that can be adjusted to activities (case studies, role-playing, work group, etc.)

| 1 video projector, white board

| 1 or more paperboard-s

 

After the training

DOCUMENTS GIVEN AT THE END OF THE TRAINING

| A flash drive that includes all course materials featured during the session and participants email contacts to get in touch after the training.

| A certificate of attendance will be delivered to each participant at the closing session of the training. It mentions the course title and objectives and attests the number of hours the trainee attended.

 

 

How to apply for the training

Please visit this link to register for the training   https://goo.gl/forms/wTbyLOCaJiKm19Sr1