The blended in-house course helps senior managers ensure M&E project leaders are working effectively and are well equipped to bring about change. Delivered by expert development practitioners with extensive field experience, this is the leading M&E course.
Articulate the difference between traditional and results based monitoring and evaluation.
Develop and use SMART indicators.
Combine qualitative and quantitative tools to gather and interpret data.
Confidently step into the evaluation of an existing program.
Explore consulting work with Cloneshouse Nigeria, government institutions or multilateral or bilateral agencies.
Communicate your findings to stimulate learning and reflection.
We will check your learning objectives and advise you by e-mail if we think we have a better course for you.
We will also contact you by e-mail to confirm who will pay the tuition fees.
Once we confirm who will cover your fees, we will send the invoice for payment and e-mail you to confirm. We include a support letter you can send to your organisation for training notice, and to apply for a visa, in case of our in – house training.
You or your sponsor pays the invoice in full – two days, before online course commences, and 3 weeks before the in-house course. Our bank details are shown on our invoice, and you can make payment using bank transfers, Visa and MasterCard in Nigeria Naira and United States Dollars.
For in-house courses, the course is confirmed 3 weeks before the course start date, depending on the number of confirmed enrollment. We’ll send your Welcome Pack so you can book flights and accommodation. (If the course is cancelled and you have already paid, the amount is refunded in full and you’ll receive a 15% discount on future bookings.)
Try to arrive at the training venue at least a day before the course starts. For online courses, make sure you meet up with all technical requirements.
Application deadline is always 1 month before start of training for our in-house courses.
This was a different online course compared to the ones I have attended in the past. “I like the practicability of the course narration and the sequencing made it easier. Having the 5th week to include all that has been learnt from first week made a whole lot of difference.
Senior Associate, eHealth Africa.
I got more value for my money than the expensive training I had gone for in other African countries. For example, the way you simplified creating logical frameworks was outstanding. In this other African country, they made it complicated.
Dr. Adebambo Oduwole
Olabisi Onabanjo University, Osun State, Nigeria.
This was the most intense course I have ever gone through. At a point, I wanted to drop out and If I had done that, I would have regretted because of the value I got from the training and I like the fact that all my questions were responded to in a timely manner.
Senior Planner; Ministry of Trade, Industry, Regional Integration and Employment, Gambia.
We are enhancing monitoring and evaluation practice in Africa