Sat, Apr 01|
Live on Zoom
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
M&E is recognised as an essential management tool, this smart skill will improve your knowledge and application of M&E fundamentals. CPDs: 7 Clinical Price: R950.00
Time & Location
Apr 01, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM GMT+2
Live on Zoom
About the event
The Clinical Care Platform has put together what we call “Smart Skills” which are a combination of essential soft and hard skills needed to enhance the ability of clinicians to be successful as healthcare leaders and administrators.
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is recognized as an essential management tool and the Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation Course is designed to build the capacity of health professionals involved in health programme planning and implementation as well as those tasked with the collection and use of data for decision making. Consequently, the aim of the course is to increase participants’ knowledge and understanding of fundamental monitoring and evaluation principles and to enable them to apply these to their work. This is expected to result in greater efficiency and effectiveness of health programmes.
The course covers the following:
The following topics are covered under this program:
- Introduction to M&E
- Understanding and Describing Your Programme
- Developing M&E Plans
- The Logic Model
- M&E Indicators
- Data Collection Methods for M&E
- Data Flow
- Data Quality and Data Management
- Introduction to Quantitative and Qualitative Data Analysis
- Dissemination of M&E Findings
Who should attend
The course is aimed for healthcare professionals, information officers, program managers, leaders and adminstrators.
The course is offered via an 8 hour live virtual workshop on Zoom.
Accredited according to the HPCSA’s Medical and Dental Board Guidelines for Healthcare Professions
Participants will be assessed on self-study of the course through means of a portfolio of evidence for capstone project to:
- Write clear and concise monitoring and evaluation plan.
Call/WhatsApp: 064 543 3928
Welcome, Introductions and setting the Scene
Introduction to M&E