Impact Evaluation on 21-23 September 2015. Project Management on 23-25 September 2015. Result Based Management on 28-30 September 2015. Project Design and Proposal Writing on 01-03 October 2015.

PCDT

1/22/15
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
23-25 September 2015
Course description:
Project Management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of a project. The application of project management knowledge, skills, tools and techniques during the project activities is essential to meet project goals successfully.

Course aim:
To equip participants with knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to plan, organize, direct and control project activities and to understand the role and responsibilities of a project manager.

Course objective:
By the end of the course each participant will be able to:
  • Understand the key functions of project management
  • Plan, organize, direct and control project activities
  • Demonstrate greater confidence in project management
Course content:
  1. Roles and responsibilities of project managers
  2. Project evaluation
  3. Project monitoring
  4. Delegation and supervision
  5. Risk management
  6. Budget planning
  7. Activity planning
  8. Project design
  9. Project Cycle Management
Target group:
Directors, managers, team leaders, program managers, coordinators, supervisors, and project officers. 
Methods: 
Brainstorming, individual work, group work, plenary discussion, presentation, role play, and small group discussion
When?
Registration from
  1. Now – September 20, 2015 is USD 165.00 per participant
  2. September 21 – 23, 2015 is USD 180.00 per participant
Actual training date:
September 23-25, 2015
Where?
Phnom Penh: PCDT training room
Free:
Refreshment, documents and certificate of completion
Contact us:
Tel: 087 46 50 80
E-mail: pcdt.training@gmail.com
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PCDT

1/22/15
RESULT BASED MANAGEMENT
28-30 September 2015
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Course description: 
Results Based Management (RBM) is getting more and more increasingly prominent within international development cooperation. On both sides, donors and project implementing agencies, results-based management meets demands for better use of resources and improved reporting on results.Both profit and Non profit organizations must be clear about the results that its contributions are intended to achieve. Intended results should be unambiguously formulated in agreements and contracts, and continuously reviewed in dialogue with partners. Management and staff of supportive organizations should know if intended results are actually achieved, and reporting on results should be as clear and transparent as possible. RBM is an approach to management that focuses on results systematically and at all stages of the development process. Developed in reaction to a tendency among managers to focus on inputs and activities, it challenges the management priorities of many organizations.When managing for results outcomes and impacts, i.e. the desired development effects, are especially important. Outputs, goods and services produced with donor support, are also important, but – like inputs and activities – only as a means to an end. Increasing the welfare of poor people is the sole reason for helping to build capacity in organizations, supporting primary health care reforms, providing humanitarian aid, etc.
Course aim: 
To improve performance by 'managing for development results' of the involved staff and  partners, and to promote the establishment and integration of systems that allow management to monitor progress, to learn from the experience of implementation by adjusting future plans and to be held accountable for performance.

Course Objectives:
  •  Describe the concept and principles of result-based management,
  •  Follow steps to introduce and manage result-based management in their organisation,
  • Analyse the logic of the results chain and explain the similarities and differences between the results chain and logframe, and
  • Promote the use of result-based management in their organisation.
Course content: 
  1.  Introduction and concept of result-based management,
  2. Steps for the result-based management system,
  3. Creating and using the results chain 
  4. Linking your results chain to project design
  5. Writing  SMART indicators,
  6. Using monitoring information for project steering and reporting,
  7. Use result-based information for learning and decision making.
Who are participants?
Executive directors, country directors, program managers, project coordinators, supervisors, team leaders, and project officers.

Methods:
Brainstorming, individual work, group work, plenary discussion, presentation, role play, and small group discussion

How to achieve the objectives:
Two PCDT trainers/facilitators will be assigned to work on course design, delivery and report for each course with support from training program manager and technical advisor.

When?
Registration from:
Now – September 24, 2015 is USD165.00 per participant
September 25, 2015 is USD180.00 per participant
Actual training date:
September 28 – 30, 2015

Where?
Phnom Penh: PCDT training room

Free:
Refreshment, lunch, documents and certificate of completion

Contact us:
  • Tel: 087 46 50 80
  • E-mail: pcdt.training@gmail.com
  • FB: PCDT Capacity Development

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TRAINING CALENDAR

5/7/14
TRAINING CALENDAR FOR SECOND SEMESTER 2015

No
Training Course in 2015
(Second Semester)
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Working Day
Week
end
1
Successful staff management
P





22-24

2
Goal setting,life planning and decision making
P





29-31

3
Community based organization and Agricultural cooperative establishment
P






25-26
4
Management and leadership development

P




20-21

5
Social enterprise management

P





22-23
6
Fundraising and proposal writing

P




26-28

7
Family economic harmonization

P





29-30
8
Project management


P



23-25

9
Community business plan preparation


P




26-27
10
Result based management


P



28-30

11
Ways and how the poor need to save


P




19-20
12
Community development concept



P


21-23

13
School governance and management



P


28-30

14
Project monitoring and evaluation



P



31-01
15
Community organizing




P

11-13

16
Problem solving and Decision making




P


14-15
17
Project planning and design




P


21-22
18
Project report writing




P

27-29

19
Data collection tools (PLA’s tools)





P
09-11

20
Project financial management





P

12-13
21
Community leadership development & facilitation skills





P

19-20
22
Office management and Admin skills





P
23-25

23
Project cycle management





P

26-28
24
Training and facilitation skills





P
29-31

OUR SERVICES
  1. Customized training
  2. Open access/in plan training
  3. Organizational development
  4. Consultation service
  5. Interpretation and translation
CONTACT US

Tel:                  087 46 50 80
E-mail:             pcdt.training@gmail.com
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