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You can’t improve what you don’t evaluate!
This course is designed to focus on internal and external project evaluation and introduce tools that are used to measure and improve the performance of projects. The participants follow a step by step approach for the understanding of the process of designing and performing an evaluation.
The 2.5-days HDFF designed Stay Safe Training “Skills T” aims to enable implementing personnel in establishing professional Travel Risk Management, ranging from relevant travel information, travel warnings, and tracking capabilities for female staff members.
A.Enhance the organization’s female travel safety through Travel Risk Management Strategies
B.Learn appropriate planning and assessment of travel routes
C.Raising safety awareness with/for female travelers
D.Integrate tools to identify potential journey threats in advance
This capacity building training workshop is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of mid to senior level program/project managers working in government ministries/departments, civil society organizations and the donor community including UN agencies and bilateral aid agencies to understand the intricacy of RBM and the Monitoring & Evaluation system.
This course is intended to clarify the concepts of C4SD by focusing on social and ecological approaches to address policy advocacy, analyzing risk behaviors related to health and how to induce behavior change through strategic communication and infrastructure (power, supply) that affect the ability to communicate. Emphasis will be on how cultural, social, economic and political factors influence the individual’s choices and behavior in relation to health, prevention of diseases and health-seeking behaviors.
Who should join?
HR managers and professionals, directors and line managers with HR responsibilities, and HR consultants and/or advisers.
"The course is good for new HR apprentices as well as HR professionals at work. This
empowers a person in managing people to uplift organizational objectives"
Anyone involved in setting up or managing partnerships, from a partnership manager to a desk officer overseeing partnerships in any types of organizations - a network organisation, private company, larger NGOs or a governmental development organisation.
REPORTING SKILLS & PROFESSIONAL WRITING
WITH BONUS PROPOSAL WRITING WORKSHOP
A Five-Day Training For Project Officers, Project And Program Managers, M&E Staff And Development Staff Whose Work Involves Written Communication
Learn How To Easily Create And Deliver Reports That Lead To Action & Proposals That Persuade
Do You Spend Too Much Time Reporting?
Do Your Reports Support Effective Decision-Making?
Are You Missing Lessons Learned - And Opportunities To Do Better?
RESULTS-BASED MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING
A Four-Day Training For Project And Program Managers, M&E Staff, Project Teams & Development Consultants
Anyone involved in setting up or managing partnerships, from a partnership manager to a desk officer overseeing partnerships in any types of organizations - a network organisation, private company,
larger NGOs or a governmental development organisation.
During the last decade, Results-Based Management (RBM) has gained much influence in international cooperation. Still many organisations struggle to plan for real results with the accompanying processes and tools. RBM has consequences for the entire organisation: for project planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning. Learning how to design a solid RBM framework - in various forms – is a good first step to integrate RBM in your organisation.
Course Description: The goal of the Training of Trainers (TOT) on Result Based Management, Monitoring and Evaluation (RBM-M&E) is to give the trainers the background knowledge, skills and practical experience in order to make them capable of delivering the knowledge and technical assistance to the communities and their partners/organizational staff.
The 2018 GCF Private Investment for Climate Conference is the only global conference on private investment for climate, and is expected to bring key players from the private sector together to explore innovative ways of investing in climate activities. Global investors as well as leaders from different industries and fields will share their valuable insights on complex questions and issues on climate finance and the important role that private companies play.
This course provides original insights and knowledge on market-based programming and market monitoring in humanitarian settings. It offers a comprehensive understanding as to what market analysis and monitoring can and cannot achieve to improve humanitarian programming. Instead of focusing on a single tool, it provides an overview of the existing approaches and equips participants with the skills and confidence to pick the one that is fit for purpose.
This course provides original insights and knowledge on cash transfer programming in humanitarian
settings. Participants can independently select the one-day or the four-day course, they can also
choose to stay for the whole week. The one-day Cash ABC offers knowledge, skills and reliable
practitioner insights on Cash Based Assistance (CBA) across the project cycle. The four-day training is
organised per theme to offer a comprehensive understanding of the more debated topics on CBA at
Effective and efficient global leaders and project managers need to monitor and evaluate their development projects. They have to understand the importance of the LogFrame and related indicators as M&E tools. This three-day workshop designed by HDFF improves the understanding and application of these tools as crucial contribution to the organization’s success in implementing development projects.Guest presentations from UN / INGO professionals will deepen the gained knowledge.
HDFF’s 2-days Stay Safe Basic Skills Training for UN/(I)NGO Staff is a skills training for general staff aimed improving the safety culture of government and UN organizations and (inter)national civilian and corporate organizations. The training is conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators (also international experienced) in an utmost participatory way.
§ Be able to communicate in crisis
§ Be able to report safety incidents
HDFF’s 2.5-day Stay Safe Training for government, corporate and UN/ Safety Personnel is a safety training that addresses the management and safety related personnel needs of government and UN organizations and (inter)national corporates and organizations. The training is conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators (also internationally experienced) in an utmost participatory way.
§ To be able to assess risks for staff, programs, and locations
§ To increase risk management capabilities
Our introductory course to intelligence analysis provides a solid introduction to the art and science of analytic reasoning. Participants will be given the foundational knowledge needed to establish and grow their analytic toolkit. Attention is given to descriptive and predictive modes of analysis, and the complimentary skills of trend identification, pattern detection, evidential reasoning, and ideation. The guidance provided by this course offers an essential prelude to our more advanced courses.
Day 1: Issue identification
This three-day course will demonstrate how to generate strategic and operational intelligence from social media sources. Participants will be shown how to collect, process, and analyse social medial intelligence (SOCMINT) from a variety of networks and platforms. Further, they will be shown how to identify and monitor specific voices, issues and conversations. Finally, they will be shown how to conduct rigorous people investigations using a broad range of social media services.
Day 1: Mining Social Networks
Our Advanced Intelligence Analysis course looks to extend the toolkit provided in our introductory program. Participants will learn how to identify and explore multiple lines of analytic enquiry, most notably via the Analysis of Competing Hypothesis. Next, they will be shown how to identify practical solutions to the issues they are dealing with using prescriptive models such as roadmapping and cost-benefit analysis. The course ends by showing analysts how to critique the work of their peers and manage the cognitive biases common to all professionals.