Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation

10 February to 21 February
9 March to 20 March
30 March to 10 April
11 May to 22 May

This training workshop is intended to provide an overview and thorough understanding of results-based management methodologies with practical tools applications. RBM typically involves several phases including and not limited to articulating and agreeing on strategic objectives, selecting indicators and setting targets, monitoring performance. Through exercises and group work, participants will learn the links between results-based measurement, monitoring and program evaluation. Time will be allotted for practical exercises and informal question and answer sessions around common RBM and M&E (Monitoring and Evaluation) problem areas.

This workshop will also explore Results-based Management and Accountability Framework (RMAF) as intended to serve as a blueprint for delegates to help them focus on measuring and reporting on outcomes throughout the lifecycle of a policy, program or project initiative. ATI present this workshop in RBM as management strategy by which organizations ensures that its policies, processes, products and services contribute to the achievement of desired results (outputs, outcomes and impacts). ATI RBM workshop further intends to discuss how organisations can make Results-Based Management a practical, user-friendly tool for monitoring and evaluation systems, project planning, project monitoring, results reporting, and evaluations.

Target Audience: 

The course is designed for representatives from government, senior and middle managers, project managers, team leaders, NGOs, multi and bi-lateral development organizations, consultancies that are typically employed as project managers and directors, RBM and monitoring and evaluation specialists, technical specialists, and researchers.

Course Outcomes: 

Upon completing this workshop, the delegates should be able to:

  • Understand and gain confidence to apply the acquired skills and knowledge to their RBM work and be able to share and learn from other country experiences to strengthen their systems.
  • Have an improved understanding of how RBM can improve the quality of projects while promoting learning and accountability and learn how to be better managers and consumers of evaluations reports
  • Develop an understanding of the difference between monitoring, review and evaluation of programmes and projects, develop different indicators for project monitoring and evaluation
  • strengthen the policies and processes of sound governance and supervision to work more effectively and efficiently
  • Collect and analyse data and drawing meaningful conclusions to take corrective and preventative action
  • Improve the quality, speed and content of reporting for better decision making and conduct and support an internal or external audit for the project