WORKSHOPS

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The Pre-conference Capacity Building Workshop series consist of a selection of 19 different workshops, across a broad range of topics and of varying complexity levels ranging from Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. One and two-day workshops are available.

The following is a list of conference workshops. A summary description of each workshop is also listed below —

1 Day Workshops: 21 and 22 October 2019

 

Workshop Title Presenter Level Duration Date
1 Evaluative Thinking: Principles and Practices to Enhance Evaluation Capacity and Quality Dr Thomas Archibald Beginner to Advanced 1 day 21 Oct
2 Realizing the promise of M&E: Practical steps to fuse evidence with action Mr Paul Wang Beginner to Intermediate 1 day 21 Oct
3 Use of Qualitative Analysis Software for Evaluations (Qualitative Data Management, Analysis & Visualization Using NVIVO) Mr Ronald Waiswa Intermediate 1 day 21 Oct
4 Conducting Monitoring and Evaluation in the Basic Education sector Dr S Taylor
Ms N Mohohlwane
Dr J Kotze, Ms J Kika,
Ms T Thulare
Ms R Mogomotsi
Intermediate 1 day 21 Oct
5 Systematic Use of Evidence: A practical introduction to Evidence Maps and Rapid Response Services. Ms H Dayal, Dr L Langer, Dr C
Van Rooyen, Mr P Nduku,
Ms M Magwaza,Ms C van Zyl
Beginner 1 day 21 Oct
6 Assessment as Intervention: ​Demystifying M&E for outcome evaluation Ms Aveleigh Gateman,
Ms Kerry Petrie
Beginner to Intermediate 1 day 21 Oct
7 Conducting Highly Effective Activity-based Focus Groups Discussions with Children and Other Vulnerable Groups Dr Rita Sonko
Dr Glynis Clacherty
Intermediate 1 day 21 Oct
8 Networking and the use of ICT and social media for effective monitoring and evaluation Ms Susan D. Tamondong,
Mr Hur Hassnain
Beginner 1 day 22 Oct
9 Evaluation in a Time of Climate Change Ms Jamie Robertsen,
Ms Caitlin Blaser Mapitsa,
and Mr Sibusiso Nkosi
Intermediate 1 day 22 Oct
10 A New Gender Lens: Monitoring and Evaluation of the Gender Mainstreaming Component in Policies, Programmes and Projects. Dr Hrachia Kazhoyan Beginner 1 day 22 Oct
11 From Inputs to Insights: Using Technology to Monitor Outcomes and Amplify Impact Ms Izelle Du Pisanie, Ms Andi
Norton
Beginner 1 day 22 Oct
12 Fundamentals of data collection – What I wish I had known at the start! Ms Margaret Roper
Ms Katharine Tjasink
Intermediate to Advanced 1 day 22 Oct
13 Building quick and easy live dashboards in Google sheets Ms Ashleigh Fynn
Ms Tawney Lott
Beginner to
Intermediate
1 day 22 Oct
14 Creating a learning framework from a Theory of Change Ms Dena Lomofsky Beginner to
Intermediate
1 day 22 Oct
15 Monitoring & Evaluation of Development Assistance Management: Regional and Global Contextual Factors Prof EOC Ijeoma
Dr B Peter
Ms MG Mangwanya
Beginner to
Intermediate
1 day 21 Oct
16 The M&E Essentials –Your Guide to M&E Dr Donna Podems Beginner 1 day 22 Oct

2 Day Workshops: 21 – 22 October 2019

Workshop Title Presenter Level Duration Date
17 Institutionalising the use of Evaluation evidence to support development objectives: Case for building and sustaining evaluation systems Dr Takunda Chirau
Ms Matodzi Amisi
Intermediate 2 days 21 & 22 Oct
18 An orientation to and practice in outcome harvesting Dr Barbara Klugman Beginner to Intermediate 2 days 21 & 22 Oct
19 Introducing systems thinking into evaluation practice Dr Kevin Kelly
Dr Myles Oelofse
Intermediate to
Advance
2 days 21 & 22 Oct
20 An introduction to public sector evaluation in South
Africa
Mr Mike Leslie Beginner to Intermediate 2 days 21 & 22 Oct

Levels Description

Beginner

The beginner course is intended for individuals who are new in the field of M&E, who have limited or no prior knowledge or experience of M&E, the course will help individuals to understand and learn about M&E concepts.

Intermediate

The intermediate course is intended for individuals who have limited experience and some knowledge of M&E. For individuals who are currently working as a programme manager using monitoring and reporting tools for management practice. For individuals who intend to commission and manage or conduct an evaluation study. For individuals seeking to build on, apply or enhance knowledge in evaluations.

Advanced

The advanced course is intended for individuals with experience and knowledge in the M&E. For individuals with greatly developed knowledge and seeking to heighten and advance their knowledge in M&E. For individuals seeking the most up- to-date knowledge in M&E. For individuals who could be deemed an expert in the field.

Workshops Descriptions

 

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