The training provides basic statistical concepts on data collection and analysis for project monitoring and evaluation. The course will equip participants in conducting a quantitative assessment of projects using time-tested statistical tools, techniques and procedures for monitoring and evaluation purposes.
What will participants gain?
The training course will make participants: i) formulate a Logical Framework Approach (LFA) where clear indicators are set for goals and objectives in a logical framework matrix about the project identified; ii) define operationally the variables in the identified indicators; iii) identify type of variables and sources of data; iv) prepare dummy statistical tables prior to preparation of data collection instrument; and v) identify and apply appropriate descriptive statistical measures for data analysis and interpretation. The course will have lectures, discussions, group workshops, presentations and critiquing.
Who can participate?
The training is especially suited for planners, project managers, development officers, monitoring officers, and middle-level policy makers.
Conceptual Framework for Systematic Performance and Evaluation
Project Performance Management System
Monitoring and Evaluation
Steps in Developing Monitoring and Evaluation System
Introduction to Statistics
Data and Variables
Levels of Measurement
Operational Definition of Variables
Data Collection Methods
Sampling and Sampling Techniques
Methods of Data Presentation
Creating and Editing Charts Using MS Excel
Generating Summary Statistics Using MS Excel
Tests of Hypotheses (one population and two population case)
Course Duration: 8 days
To register and further inquiry, please contact the Training Division at Telefax Nos. (632) 436-1426/929-7543 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.