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This one-day introduction is designed to increase your understanding of monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL). It will stimulate ideas on how to design and implement monitoring and evaluation processes that strengthen accountability and learning, and so promote project, programme and strategy effectiveness. The course uses a "do to learn" approach, using some of the tools that support MEL to deepen your knowledge and skills. Who is it for? It is suitable for people who are new to or have little experience of monitoring, evaluation and learning practice. What you will learn What monitoring and evaluation mean. How they relate to learning, accountability, transparency, impact assessment and quality. Why MEL is done and who is interested. The frameworks, approaches and language that inform MEL planning. How to build MEL into your plans from the outset. What tools can be used for data collection, analysis and communication. How to understand what difference your work makes (evaluation). Programme 1. The what and why of MEL What monitoring and evaluation mean How they relate to learning, accountability, transparency, impact assessment and quality Why MEL is done and who is interested 2. MEL frameworks and language Frameworks and approaches that inform MEL The language used in MEL The MEL cycle 3. A MEL plan Exploring key elements of a MEL plan Defining indicators What was easy, what was challenging, what did you learn? Tools for data collection, analysis and communication 4. Evaluation How to understand what difference your work makes Approaches and processes for doing evaluation Evaluation criteria, questions and standards 5. Practice in evaluating Completing a survey, analysing and communicating the findings Setting and defining criteria Drawing conclusions, making recommendations and communicating them Course prices
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Introduction to monitoring, evaluation and learning
Date-From : 09-05-2017End-Date : 16-06-2017
Time : 9 : 5 PM
Venue : Bond Studio 8 All Saints Street London N1 9RL United Kingdom
This one-day introduction is designed to increase your understanding of monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL). It will stimulate ideas on how to design and implement monitoring and evaluation processes that strengthen accountability and learning, and so promote project, programme and strategy effectiveness.

The course uses a "do to learn" approach, using some of the tools that support MEL to deepen your knowledge and skills.

Who is it for?
It is suitable for people who are new to or have little experience of monitoring, evaluation and learning practice.

What you will learn
What monitoring and evaluation mean.
How they relate to learning, accountability, transparency, impact assessment and quality.
Why MEL is done and who is interested.
The frameworks, approaches and language that inform MEL planning.
How to build MEL into your plans from the outset.
What tools can be used for data collection, analysis and communication.
How to understand what difference your work makes (evaluation).
Programme
1. The what and why of MEL
What monitoring and evaluation mean
How they relate to learning, accountability, transparency, impact assessment and quality
Why MEL is done and who is interested
2. MEL frameworks and language
Frameworks and approaches that inform MEL
The language used in MEL
The MEL cycle
3. A MEL plan
Exploring key elements of a MEL plan
Defining indicators
What was easy, what was challenging, what did you learn?
Tools for data collection, analysis and communication
4. Evaluation
How to understand what difference your work makes
Approaches and processes for doing evaluation
Evaluation criteria, questions and standards
5. Practice in evaluating
Completing a survey, analysing and communicating the findings
Setting and defining criteria
Drawing conclusions, making recommendations and communicating them
Course prices

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