Training courses

Evaluation training courses

Channelresearch: Evaluation of Conflict Sensibility, Conflict Prevention and Peace Building Programmes

Date: 5-8 October 2009
Venue: Belgium
This annual course is an intermediate- to advanced level course based on the newest guidelines established by the OECD-DAC. It provides methodologies for carrying out assessments of conflict sensibility, conflict situations and, subsequently, evaluating the performance of peace-building and conflict prevention activities in a seminar format with focus on methods and challenges. The course is intended for those with experience in evaluations, and an interest in, and general experience of, conflict situations.
Based on Channel Research’s experience of running training programmes on evaluation, the participants in previous years have come from aid agencies (headquarters and field personnel), donor governments, consultancies and academia. This 4 days (5 nights) course is facilitated by Emery Brusset, Director of Channel Research, Tony Vaux, an expert on conflicts and Koenraad Denayer, expert in conflict sensibility and will take place at Orshof ( near Brussels.
Please find attached the course outline and application form or on the link: For any further information, please contact Maria Bak on
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Claremont Graduate University

IMA International training events

INTRAC: Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation – July

Dates: 06 July 2009 – 10 July 2009 Location: Oxford
Course fee: £1250.00
Number of days: 5
Description: This course will explore M&E in more depth. You will learn how to develop a cost-effective monitoring and evaluation system; a system that can generate sufficient quality of data, and enough information to provide a development agency with a reliable understanding of the outputs, outcomes and impacts of development initiatives.


Italian Evaluation Society

Kings College, Summer Institute. International Development Evaluation: Foundations and Practices.

Course Director: Robert Picciotto,
Visiting Professor, King’s College London
5 – 9 July 2010 (5 full days)
King’s College London

Locallivelihoods: Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation – Live Online

5, two hour sessions, over 5 weeks from 1st to the 29th April 2010
This course is based on international development standards and will help participants understand the key components for effective M&E in order to improve management performance, evidenced based decision making and accountability. The course is supported by a toolkit and other materials and uses exercises to enable participants to apply M&E to their work. Participants will receive Certificates for completing the course.

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TrainEval – Training for Evaluation in Development is an advanced training programme for evaluation in development, which is specifically focused on the European Development Cooperation and the EC evaluation approach. The training course is offered jointly by AGEG Consultants eG and Euronet Consulting EEIG.

University of East Anglia, , University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

The Evaluators Institute


UNICEF CEE/CIS, WHO/PAHO and DevInfo, in partnership with IDEAS and IOCE, organize a series of live webcast KSE on country-led M&E systems. Knowledge Sharing Events are free and open to interested people. You may attend virtually from your personal or work computer anywhere in the world. In addition to watching live presentations, you will have the option to ask questions and provide comments. These rvents enable the sharing of good practices and lessons learned on designing and implementing national and local M&E systems. Global-level speakers will contribute international perspectives.

USAID training

Wageningen UR CD & IC. Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen UR in the Netherlands.

yearly 3-weeks course on ‘Participatory planning, monitoring and evalaution – managing for impact’

Improving the Quality of Evaluative Practice by Embracing Complexity

20 May 2010 – 21 May 2010
Unit: Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation
Organisation: Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation
World Bank Institute Learning Programme Monitoring and evaluation for results
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