To be considered successful, development projects and programmes must show measurable, sustainable results. In this course, participants learn how to create more effective monitoring systems, so they can design better interventions in the future. Plus, the course includes an instructive study visit to a UN agency’s headquarters.
If you want to generate better projects for a better future, join us today.
Stay and study on the banks of the Po River
Fully engage and interact with an international cohort
Benefit from presentations, group work, and plenary discussions
Learn from specialists from the ILO and the ITCILO
This course aims to impart the technical and managerial competencies required for monitoring the performance and evaluating the efficiency, effectiveness, relevance and sustainability of development programmes and projects. Participants will learn to use the various management tools and techniques for effective project monitoring, control and reporting. They will also learn how to design, manage and conduct programme and project evaluations.
Monitoring and evaluation specialists; project coordinators; programme managers; independent evaluators; donor staff appraising and evaluating projects and programmes; non-governmental organization officials involved in monitoring and evaluating.
Identify areas of improvement and brush up on your technical and managerial skills.
Get out of the classroom and into reality through a practical study visit to a UN agency.
Work with your peers to hone your skills, and put them to use right away.
Learn from high-level UN experts in this interactive course.