About this open training course
Whether you have experience or not, this course will allow you to put into practice a methodological approach that is now essential for designing aid projects. You will also discover all the current and essential tools for effective project cycle management on humanitarian fields.
Benefits of e-learning courses
At your own pace, all of Bioforce's learning expertise accessible through our online learning plateform! Group work, learning progression tests, animated self-learning activities will punctuate your experience. Playful and interactive resources (quizzes, games...) will help you to test your knowledge. And you can always count on the individualised support of the training team (only 5% of dropouts, that is 10 times less than in a classic MOOC!).
By attending this open training course,
You will master the methodological approaches and tools that will enable you to design, manage and evaluate a humanitarian project, and more specifically, you will know how to:
- Identify appropriate needs assessment methodologies and data collection tools, according to the context and terms of reference
- Describe the main steps in the design of multi-sectoral programmes and projects (water, protection, nutrition, etc.)
- Design and use a Logical Framework based on the Logical Framework Analysis
- Design a monitoring and evaluation framework for the project, selecting the appropriate tools and indicators
- Choose relevant criteria for an ex-post evaluation (end of project evaluation)
Is this open training course for me?
Yes it is, if you meet one of the following criteria:
- You are currently working with a national or internationational aid organisation and you wish to enhance you knowledge on project management methodology
- You are an aspiring aid worker aiming at strengthening your understanding of project management methodologies and tools
- You are currently working in logistics, finance, human resources… and you want to develop a career in humanitarian project management
technical Attending this e-learning course requires a reliable and high quality internet connection. It requires also a computer equipped with standard Microsoft Office tools (example: pack Office) and with the necessary material to carry out audio and video exchanges.
Week 1: Introduction to the project cycle: definitions, success factors in project management
Week 2: Needs assessment: definitions, steps and tools, including data collection and analysis
Week 3: Planning: definitions, tools, analysis of a strategy, logical framework approach
Week 4: Project monitoring and evaluation: monitoring (approach, objectives and tools) & evaluation (definitions, typology, and evaluation criteria)