Participatory Video and Most Significant Change (PV MSC)

Training
from InsightShare
Registration deadline: 30 May 2018 Training date: 06 Jun 2018 to 08 Jun 2018 More Information

An innovative approach to qualitative monitoring and evaluation

A rigorous short course for anyone interested in using Participatory Video and Most Significant Change (PV MSC) as a powerful and innovative approach to qualitative monitoring and evaluation. You will gain the knowledge and skills necessary, to design and facilitate PV MSC processes, and the underlying principles for use in various contexts.

Over the past 9 years of developing our PVMSC process we have seen that it can create an invaluable space for organizations to learn through reflection and reshaping of programmes in line with participants’ values. We have been asked on numerous occasions to provide guidance on using PV for monitoring and evaluation so we felt it was time to share our learning.

The course also includes advice on how to capitalise on a process that can simultaneously be an M&E activity, a programmatic intervention and an advocacy exercise.

For more information please download the course brochure or contact us directly by sending us an email at trainings@insightshare.com

Want to know what it’s like attending an InsightShare course? Have a look at the some reflections by Alumni from recent years:

The power of Participatory Video by Rod Harbinson (Alumni, June 2017)
Making mistakes together by Juliet Braslow (Alumni, June 2015)
Mistakes are great! by Jennifer Huang (Alumni, October 2014)
Brilliance in a can of worms by Anna Patton (Alumni, March 2013)

Fee information:
£800 including: • buffet working lunch • online follow-up session on project design and management * 15% off if you are an InsightShare alumni or you are also taking the 6-day course on Participatory Video Facilitation (PVF)
How to register:

To reserve your place please fill out the reservation form. Please note that places are not confirmed until full payment has been received. Places are served on a first come first served basis.