KNHCR Staff Undertake a Project Management Monitoring and Evaluation Training
The School of Management and Commerce successfully took KNCHR staff members through a project management monitoring and evaluation training, an interactive session that lasted two days.
In current times when economic patterns are challenging, so are the expectations for project staff. This calls for high levels of Project Management, which is fundamental to accomplish organizations specific goals. Project Management is used to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, and close out projects by applying appropriate skills, knowledge, tools and techniques to fulfill the project requirements.
The aim of the training is to empower individuals and organizations with standards, knowledge, tools, methods and techniques that describe good practices, globally recognized credentials that certify their project management expertise.
Through these trainings delegates can make their work based projects as efficient and effective as possible.
The training took KNCHR staff through some of the following areas;
- Project design
- Project Planning and Budgeting
- Designing Project Monitoring and Evaluation Plans
- Project Data Management (Instrument design, data collection, analysis and
- Program and Project Monitoring, with emphasis on process, outputs and outcomes.
- Program and project report writing, with emphasis on quality and timeliness of reports.
- Results based management of programs and projects
- Management of Project Teams for effective project delivery
- Basics of Proposals Development and Fundraising for projects
- Management of project partnerships.
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