Tools and methods for monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning

Gain practical experience in using a range of participatory tools and approaches for monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL).

Location

8 All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL GB

Course dates

This practical course gives you practical experience in using a range of MEAL tools and approaches such as focus groups, storytelling, stakeholder mapping, scalar tools and beneficiary feedback loops.

You should have some prior experience of MEAL practice, or have attended Introduction to MEAL, Planning and practice in MEAL, or similar.

What you will learn

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain the principles and good practice in the design and use of the following MEAL tools, and describe when they can be most appropriately used: focus group, key informant interview, stakeholder mapping exercise, ten seed technique, observation, scalar tools, after action review, real-time learning, storytelling, survey, longitudinal study.
  • Use a simple method to analyse qualitative data
  • Integrate beneficiary feedback into your decision making
  • You will also gain practical experience in using the following MEAL tools during the course: focus group, stakeholder mapping, ten seed technique, scalar tool, storytelling, survey

Programme

  1. Focus groups and key informant interviews
  2. Stakeholder mapping and ten seed technique
  3. Observation and scalar tools
  4. Learning: after action reviews and real-time learning
  5. Storytelling and analysing qualitative data
  6. Surveys
  7. Beneficiary feedback loops and longitudinal studies

Course prices

Band 1

Non-members
£420.00

Band 2

Bond members >£2M annual spend
£310.00

Band 3

Bond members <£2M annual spend
£200.00

* 10% off if you book 8 weeks in advance; 5% off 3 or more bookings.

Contact us for special discounts if you're a student or unemployed.

10%

off if you book early*

5%

off multiple bookings*

Event dates

Thursday, February 13, 2020

15 places available

Trainers

Angela Kellett

Angela is an independent consultant specialising in all aspects of monitoring and evaluation including assessing impact and theory of change.

Photo of trainer Sue Coe

Sue Coe has worked in international development for has worked for more than 30 years in wide-ranging programming, effectiveness and fundraising roles. Sue specialises in equality considerations and social inclusion in development work.

Location

Bond
8 All Saints Street
London
N1 9RL
United Kingdom