Project Planning and Budgeting on 29-30 November 2014. Leadership and Interpersonal Skills on 06-07 December 2014. Report Writing Skill on 17-19 December 2014. Project Monitoring and Evaluation on 24-26 December 2014.


December 24-26, 2014

Aid agencies are required to conform to stringent project reporting requirements in order to satisfy the wide range of stakeholders. Project monitoring and evaluation (M&E) information systems (IS), frequently a requirement for funding, are believed to inform the reporting process. The logical framework approach (LFA) is widely used throughout the aid agencies for project design and appraisal, and although much of the literature also promotes the use of the LFA for the purposes of M&E, it has proved inadequate. This article reviews the key limitations of the conventional LFA for M&E and proposes an extension to the LFA matrix (the “logframe”) in order to facilitate its application beyond the design phase. This is achieved by adding a time dimension, more precisely defining the elements of the project MIS, and integrating other project management tools.

To enhance the ability and confidence of participants to keep projects on track towards achieving the planned outputs and expected results and effects, and learn from project implementation

By the end of the course, each participant will be able to:
  1. Criticize current practices for planning, monitoring and evaluation;
  2. Address challenges to monitor and keep project implementation on track
  3. Analyse and report about progress based on the program/project’s results chain development
Session 1: Overview of Monitoring and Evaluation
Session 2: Result chains
Session 3: Establishing a Result-based Monitoring System
Session 4: Monitoring Information System
Session 5: Writing and Using Indicators
Session 6: Participatory Impact Monitoring
Session 7: Monitoring and Evaluation Reports
Session 8: Project Evaluation

To achieve the objectives of the training, the consultants proposed multi-methods to help participants learnt effectively. Those methodologies will be flexible to apply according to real situation of participants. The methodologies are:
  • Plenary discussion, individual work, role play, café discussion, brainstorming, work in pairs, reflection and recommendation, small group work, gallery walk and presentation.
Project officers, programme coordinators, programme managers, executive directors, and relevant stakeholders.

US$160 per participants

Course Duration:                  3-day
Date:                                     December 24-26, 2014
Time:                                     Full days

Venue:                                  PCDT training room
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December 17-19, 2014


You may not be a professional writer. Yet no matter what type of profession you are in, chances are you will need to write something on a professional level at one time or another. This course includes tips that will help you improve your writing (and actually get your writing done faster and easier) no matter what type of writing you need to do. You’ll use it as a handy reference again and again! 

To enable participants to deliver written messages in a precise and logical way, and ensure they consistently achieve their purpose. 

By the end of the course, each participant will be able to:
  1. Explain what makes writing effective, and identify a clear purpose for their writing;
  2. Select and apply specific techniques and structures for concisely and fittingly presenting information; and
  3. Express their ideas clearly in writing, including responding to the requirements and interests of the intended readers (audience). 
  1. Principles of effective writing
  2. Planning a report
  3. Analyzing information
  4. Writing an introduction
  5. Writing the body of report
  6. Writing conclusion and recommendations
  7. Guidelines and structure for progress, final and evaluation reports 
To achieve the objectives of the training, the consultants proposed multi-methods to help participants learnt effectively. Those methodologies will be flexible to apply according to real situation of participants. The methodologies are:
  • Brainstorming, individual work, work in pairs, plenary discussion, small group work, presentation, gallery walk, role play, café discussion, reflection and energizing.
Executive directors, programme managers, programme coordinators and project officers and relevant stakeholders.

US$160 per participant

Course Duration:   3-day
Date:                        December 17-19, 2014
Time:                     Full days
Venue:                  PCDT training room
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November 29-30, 2014 (Saturday and Sunday)

1. Course description:
All throughout your life, whether at work, rest or play, you’ll need to organize and manage projects. Whether it’s completing some course work for your studies, a new implementation at work or even if you’re organizing a holiday! In order to be successful you’ll need to be well organized and you need to be able to manage resources, time and costs. In this session, we will be discussing the project planning and budgeting based on your experiences. We have different ways to design a project.  Some people use the logical framework and narrative summary.
2. Course aim:
To enhance the abilities of participants on practical project planning that meet individual requirement and contribute to address issues, especially issues related to project management.
3. Course objectives:
By the end of the course each participant will be able to:
  1. Explain functions of project planning and project cycle management.
  2. Practice to write project plans which link to individual project.
  3. Practice to prepare project activity and budget plans and track the project implementation that contributes to achieve project objectives and project goal.
4. Course content: 
Session 1: Course introduction
Session 2: Project life cycle management
Session 3: Designing the project
Session 4: Tools to gather information and problem analysis
Session 5: Project activity planning
Session 6: Project budget planning
Session 7: Overview of project monitoring and evaluation

5. Target participants: 
Managers, team leaders, coordinators, supervisors, and project officers.
6. Methodologies: 
Brainstorming, individual work, group work, plenary discussion, role play, drama, small group discussion and presentation.
7. Fee:
Register from:

o   Now – November 23, 2014 is USD120.00 per participant

o   November 24-28, 2014 is USD150.00 per participant

8. Actual training date:
November 29-30, 2014
9. Where: 
Training room of PCDT, Phnom Penh
10. Free: 
Refreshment, lunch, documents and certificate of completion.
11. Contact: 
Tel: 010 46 50 80 and E-mail:
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December 06-07, 2014 (Saturday and Sunday)

Course Description:
When we talk about leadership and interpersonal skills, what exactly do we mean? Leadership and interpersonal skills are the tools, behaviors, and capabilities that a person needs in order to be successful at motivating and directing others. Yet true leadership skills involve something more; the ability to help people grow in their own abilities. It can be said that the most successful leaders are those that drive others to achieve their own success.
 In this course, you’ll be given information to help you start building your leadership and interpersonal skills immediately. You will be given specific tools and tips so that you’ll be able to take what you learn and will be able to apply it the moment you are done reading. If you do, you will be amazed at how quickly you can improve your leadership abilities. You’ll start to see those around you react to you differently. You’ll find that work can be a more pleasant place to be and that you truly can lead others on to their own success.

Course Aim:
To give participants an understanding of manager's roles and responsibilities within an organisation, and of tools to make their work outputs effective.

Course Objectives:
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Understand of their roles and responsibilities within their association.
  2. Have knowledge of management and leadership style which enhance a manager's effectiveness.
Course Contents:
  1. Introduction the course
  2. Roles and responsibilities of a manager
  3. Effective communication
  4. Decision making
  5. Management/Leadership
  6. Effective meeting
Training Date:
      - December 06-07, 2014
      - Registration from Now- November 23, 2014 is US$120 per participant.
      - Registration from November 24-30, 2014 is US$150 per participant.
      - Register five participants per organization, discount one person.

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