R9 500.00

course fees

8

modules

8 weeks

duration

Anytime

registration

Monitoring and Evaluation in Community Development Projects


Business Management and Strategy

Learn the theory on enhancing learning and stakeholder engagement, planning a project using the a framework and writing clear evaluation reports.

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R9 500.00

course fees

8

modules

8 weeks

duration

Anytime

registration

Payment options available to you

Summary

The course will provide you with foundational M&E theory as well as the application of M&E skills, such as data collection tools, using M&E findings for enhancing learning and stakeholder engagement, planning a project using the logical framework, developing a clear theory of change, and writing clear evaluation reports.

Subject Matter Expert

Martha Sibanda holds a PhD from the University of KwaZulu-Natal with expertise in community development, monitoring and evaluation, disaster risk reduction, public management and administration. Her other research interests include development management, climate change impact on rural and the urban poor, gender issues and innovative pedagogical practices in Higher Education in Africa.

Martha is passionate about monitoring and evaluation as, combined, they form a very powerful project management tool and inform an organisation or individuals on whether the desired project goals and impact are being achieved.

As an experienced social science researcher, she loves sharing new skills and knowledge with others, and ultimately enhancing their capabilities in handling issues that affect their line of work and personal lives.

Tutor Support

Each course is assigned its own Online Academic Tutor, who is ready and waiting to guide and assist their learners throughout their learning experience.

The Online Academic Tutor who is assigned to your course, is trained to build each student up to reach their fullest potential. Students can expect their Online Academic Tutor to answer questions, offering advice and provide further clarification on any academic aspects.

Course and Technical Requirements

BASIC REQUIREMENTS
To successfully access and complete this course, you will be required to have a registered email account, access to a computer/laptop/tablet and stable internet connection. You will be required to be familiar with using a computer as you may need to be able to read and download documents in Adobe PDF Reader, view Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and read and create documents in Microsoft Word.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Our online short learning programmes may require additional software applications. These additional software applications requirements will be communicated to you in this information pack and/or on the website course page. Damelin Online does not provide any additional software applications required for online short learning programmes.

Please note: Google, YouTube and Vimeo may be used in our online course delivery. If any of these services are blocked in your jurisdiction, you may have difficult in accessing our course content.

How We Engage with Students

Our online short learning programmes are broken into self-paced manageable modules designed to be interactive and engaging:

  • The programme is available to be viewed on smart devices and includes mobile, tablets and personal computers.
  • Relevant case studies, articles and recommended reading are part of supplementary resources available.
  • Apply and evaluate what you have learned in each module with the self-grading quizzes and assignment submissions
  • View a range of Introductory course videos by your Subject Matter Expert.
  • Scheduled live webinars are included with the Online Academic Tutor.
  • Network, collaborate and interact with your fellow participants and Online Academic Tutor via the discussion boards.

Certification

Upon successful completion of this online short learning programme, you will be awarded with a Damelin Certificate of Competence.

Module Outline

  • MODULE 0
    Orientation Module
  • MODULE 1
    Introduction to Community Development and M&E
  • MODULE 2
    Introduction to Theory of Change (TOC)
  • MODULE 3
    Ethical Principles in M&E and Community Development Projects
  • MODULE 4
    Orientation to M&E Plans
  • MODULE 5
    Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in M&E
  • MODULE 6
    Report Writing in M&E
  • MODULE 7
    Wrap-up

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