Sambodhi: Training on ‘Qualitative Analytics for Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation’
Sambodhi – an initiative catering to research and allied service needs of the social sector for design and development of state-of-art knowledge ware products and provision of knowledge-based services is organising a training programme for trainers!
Programme title: ‘Qualitative Analytics for Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation’
Duration: 3 days, From 5th to 7th March 2008
Venue: New Delhi
The training has been designed as a participatory programme that would build-upon the experiential learning of participants. The pedagogy focuses on interactive group learning and aims both at knowledge development and skill upgradation through peer learning. Training material developed by leading subject experts augments classroom learning.
Specifically, the training is aimed at:
- Developing shared understanding of need and rationale of factoring in qualitative components in conventional M&E
- Augmenting knowledge & develop skills for designing qualitative indicators
- Facilitating better understanding of tools and methodologies of Qualitative Data Collection
- Enhancing knowledge with concurrent development of requisite skills for analysis of qualitative M&E information
Upon completion of the training programme, participants would be able to appreciate, select and apply appropriative participative research tools and techniques for collecting; at the same time, process, analyze and interpret qualitative data for informed decision making incident to the M&E system.
Fees: The fee for training programme is Rs. 8,000/- per participant which includes tuition fee, reading material, lunch at the training venue and other training expenses.
For further details, please contact:
Sambodhi Research & Communications,
H-35 A, LGF, Kalkaji New Delhi-110019
2 thoughts on “Sambodhi: Training on ‘Qualitative Analytics for Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation’”
I like to know the next training program schedule of above subject. Is there is any schedule between 15th june to 25th june 2009.