Online Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation January - December 2019
Deadline to Apply: 31st January 2018
Mode: Online (pdf notes, videos, mp3 audios, online chat, community work and assignments).
Start Date: February 2019
End Date: February 2010
Duration: 12 months (2 hours a day)
Course Fee: USD 800 (payable in full or four installments)
Certificate Offered: YES
Assessment: online continuous assessment tests, class work and final exam at a center near your city.
About Humanitarian Elites
Humanitarian Elites is an organization well established in Kenya composed of professionals with diverse experience, practices, skills and knowledge spread across Africa mandated to improve access to quality education, knowledge and attitudes to foster development in middle and low level income countries.
Started in February 2005 in Kenya, the organization has trained thousands of professionals in Malindi, Lamu, Nairobi and Isibania in Kenya; Yambio, Maridi, Rumbek, Wau and Juba in South Sudan; Kampala, Jinja and Gulu in Uganda and Moshi, Arusha and Dodoma in Tanzania including various locations in Central Africa Republic and Democratic Republic of Congo.
Our students come from many locations in Africa. We have students in Kenya, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zibambwe, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Rwanda and other countries
About M & E Course
This is an outline of the basics of setting up and using a monitoring and evaluation system for a project or an organisation. It illuminates what monitoring and evaluation is, how to plan M&E activities, and how to design a system that helps you monitor and an evaluation process.
With a focus on health interventions, it looks at how to collect the information needed and analysing the information in a relatively straightforward way. Finally it raises, and attempts to address, some of the issues to do with feedback (taking action on the basis of findings).
Targets for this Course
This course is targeting professionals in the monitoring and evaluation sector area including M & E officers, M & E assistants, data collectors, field monitors, any NGO staff and employee, government civil servants, students in colleges or universities, proposal writers, programme managers, management and implementation staff, community volunteers, health promoters and other professionals.
At the end of this course, the grandaunts will have gained skill, knowledge and experience in:
Identify the basic purposes and scope of M&E
• Differentiate between monitoring functions and evaluation functions
• Describe the functions and main components of an M&E plan
• Identify and differentiate between conceptual frameworks, results frameworks, and logic models and describe how frameworks are used for M&E planning
• Identify criteria for the selection of indicators and describe how indicators are linked to frameworks
• Identify types of data sources and data analysis
• Describe how information can be used for decision-making
For Information about Modules/Units and organization, click http://helitescollege.com/diploma-in-monitoring-and-evaluation/
HOW TO APPLY/ADMISSIONS
i) Download the application form, click the arrow or blue words Helites College Application Form.doc (69.5 KB)
ii) Fill the form.
iii) Save it with your full name and course e.g. John Deng Application M & E
iv) Send the filled form to: [email protected]
iv) Write the subject of the email: Diploma in M & E
v) Wait for your admission letter
vi) Pay full amount or first installment
vii) Start receiving learning materials and assistance
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