The 2023 edition of the Negotiations in Practice executive training course took place from 15 to 19 November 2023. The five-day training course aimed to furnish participants with a practical...
Participants will be immersed in a three-day seminar on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) delivered through lectures, exercises, simulations, case studies, briefings and discussions that confront practice with theory. It includes a comprehensive analysis of the crucial role of M&E for the success of a project and how it is applied in each of its phases.
More specifically, the programme offers a practical approach including the following modules:
- Principles and core concepts of M&E, including Results-Based Management and the Logical Framework Approach;
- Key tools for monitoring: indicators, sources of verification, data collection, as well as data management and reporting;
- Key tools for evaluation: types, assessment criteria and analysis, including evaluation policy, stakeholder interests and evaluation use;
- Step-by-step evaluation, working in small groups designing and managing an evaluation strategy through its different phases: from Terms of Reference to learning and dissemination.
This comprehensive 3-day programme will guide participants towards effective monitoring and evaluation of EU-funded projects, in particular, participants will:
- Undertake a thorough and detailed introduction to the principles of monitoring and evaluation of EU-funded projects;
- Analyse in a comprehensive way the crucial role of monitoring and evaluation for the success of a project and how it is applied in each of its phases;
- Gain a practical focus on the tools, actors, data collection and management of monitoring, as well as the roles and responsibilities of evaluation.
- Apply key monitoring practices and carry out effective reporting through the development of an Log Frame Matrix, the identification of appropriate indicators and the efficient and effective use of results;
- Set up a project-specific M&E system, identifying appropriate performance measures and achieved results.
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