Training on Understanding Monitoring and Evaluation for CSR Projects & Indicator Development

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Event Details

Training on Understanding Monitoring and Evaluation for CSR Projects & Indicator Development - Jun 20, 2018

Understanding Monitoring and Evaluation for CSR Projects 

Day 1 – 20th June 2018, Wednesday : 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

 

About Training :

The training will focus on informing participants on definitions, principles and scope of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) in CSR projects. The one-day session shall enable a deeper understanding of social impact nuances, enhancing participant capabilities in designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating projects. The training will enable personnel to plan better, implement more effectively, facilitate accountability, support stakeholder communication, and successfully guide the allocation of resources. It will make the case for and present ways to incorporate impact assessment processes into the design and delivery of developmental interventions, to ensure sustainability of community development programs. Main topics will include types of evaluation design, research tools with a specific focus on participatory evaluation methods/ statistics, and the utilization of M&E results.

 

Key content :

  •  Definition of M&E

  •  Key principles of M&E

  •  Building M&E into project lifecycles

  •  Participatory M&E

  •  Fundamentals of M&E planning

  •  Logic Model Developing Theory of Change

  •  Linking M&E framework and Planning

Indicator Development

Day 2 – 21st June 2018, Thursday : 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

 

About Training :

The training program is designed primarily for CSR program managers who need to understand the rationale and process of conducting monitoring and evaluation research. It will help managers to be certain that the program is evidence based and that results can be tracked over time and measured at the end of the program. A preliminary introduction to logic models and theoretical frameworks will be followed by the use of the SMART process to develop high-quality indicators. Participants will be oriented to steps in creating indicators, identify appropriate contextual and rigorous indicators and know how to set baselines and targets using indicators. The session will also brief participants on determining the frequency and sources of data collection for indicators.

 

 

 

Key content :

  •  Indicators definition

  •  Indicator metrics

  •  Globally accepted indicators

  •  Linking indicators to results

  •  Tracking of indicators

  •  Using dashboards for indicator tracking

Value Addition for Participants :
  • Increased understanding on social issues and community perspectives

  • Improved knowledge on social program 

  • Awareness on tools and methods of M & E

  • Learned skill to build logic models and elaborate on a program’s ‘theory of change’

  • Improved awareness on trending social development theories and perspectives

  • Increased abilities to understand, manage, monitor, report and evaluate social programs 

 
Who Can Attend :
  •  CSR Head and team members  

  •  CSR Managers

  •  Concerned officers

  •  HR Team

  •  Board Members

  •  Project planners

  •  M & E Professionals

  •  NGO heads and project teams

  •  CSR Professionals and Consultants

  •  Any other interested

  
Trainer’s Profile :
Ms. Sharon has a MSc. in Development Studies from School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She co-founded in 4th Wheel Social Impact in 2010 and has designed and implemented more than 60 research, evaluation and communication projects for various Government departments, NGOs and Corporate. Her experience in undertaking rural research projects and devising implementation strategies for development projects is coupled with a passion for developing monitoring and evaluation systems for social programs. Sharon is responsible for all projects undertaken at 4th Wheel and focuses on Research design, service development and business strategy. She has been part of several CSR and social development events in the country, including the consultation on ‘CSR in Gujarat’ organised by Government of Gujarat. She has been part of developing and delivering more than 40 trainings and workshops across India for several NGOs, social enterprises and Corporates. She is a certified trainer for the ‘Real World Evaluation’ method developed by Mr. Jim Rugh.
 
Contact :
Ms. Aneeha Neeraja Rajan 
Tel: 022 61200227   
Ms. Shruti Rathod
Tel: 022 61200268

 

Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 5000 + 18% GST for per day
Non-Members  Rs. 6000 + 18% GST for per day 
10% Discount is offered to the delegate attending two days training
 

 Bank Details for NEFT

 Beneficiary Account No.

02422418061924

 IFSC CODE

DCBL0000024

 Bank Name

DCB Bank

 Branch Address

Branch Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.

Bombay Chamber Conference Room, The Ruby Tower, 4th Floor, NW 29, Senapati Bapat Marg, (Tulsi Pipe Road), Dadar (W), Mumbai 400028

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