Interests: Monitoring and Evaluation
Monitoring and Evaluation is increasingly recognized as the cornerstone for effective program management and is critical for organizational sustainability. A continuously increasing need for suitably skilled monitoring and evaluation project managers has been identified as a priority area by various stakeholders active in different sectors and industries; e. g globally - funded sponsorships often require evidence of effective monitoring and evaluation systems prior to awarding funds.
The aim of the short course in Monitoring & Evaluation is to support participants to develop a MERP (Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Plan) for interventions.
This programme is structured in such a way that it guides learners to apply monitoring and evaluation principles within the context of their unique work environment.
Any individual who has identified a need to develop their monitoring and evaluation knowledge and skills,
The course will be offered through a combination of self-study supported by a 2-day workshop.
By the end of the course participants are expected to be able to:
Accredited, according to the HPCSA’s Medical and Dental Board Guidelines for Healthcare Professionals for 13 Ethical CEUs on level 2.
Participants will be assessed in the form of a written assignment based on the programme content.
On the successful completion of the programme an Advanced Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation qualification is awarded.