Posted by The Centre for Social Change
Project Management, Training
This course will provides you with the essential knowledge and skills to effectively appraise and analyse projects. It provides you with the latest tools and techniques to manage project risks and uncertainties to ensure profit margins and sustainability in uncertain times. It will in more advanced level cover econometric impact evaluation theory and empirical methods for measuring the impact of development programs (including randomization, difference-in-differences, regression discontinuity, and propensity score matching). It will combine theory and practice. The primary objectives of the course is to provide participants with the skills to understand the value and practice of impact evaluation within development economics, design and implement impact evaluations and act as critical consumers of impact evaluations.
Who should attend?
This course targets Project Management Officials from NGO’s, National Statistics Offices, Education Researchers, Government ministries, National Institutes and Planning Ministries, Central banks, and University Researchers among others.
The Course Content
Module One: Project Appraisal & Analysis
Module Two: Financial Analysis
Module Three: Project Risk & Uncertainties
Module Four: Risk Management
Module Five: Managing Uncertainties
Module Six: Cost benefit analysis
Module Seven: Developing appropriate models
Module Eight: Developing an appraisal process
Module Nine: Introduction to impact evaluation
Module Ten: Evaluation Design
Module Eleven: Managing and Implimenting Impact Evaluation