CREST Enterprise is proud to launch a brand new short course series in 2017 focussed on Monitoring and Evaluation.
All candidates who successfully complete their respective courses will receive competency certificates (NQF level 7 or 8 depending on the course).
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WHY MONITORING AND EVALUATION?
We live in an age of fundamental change, with the forces of globalisation and internationalisation generating new economic, social and educational formations. Governments, public corporations and non-government organisations all engage in innovations in order to meet the demands of this new age. This is particularly true of developing countries where the effects of poverty, unemployment, disease and political instability are even more pronounced. In the midst of all this, we find a multitude of social, health, educational and political interventions – programmes, projects, initiatives, campaigns – that are designed and implemented to address the most urgent developmental demands. These interventions are driven by a wide variety of actors within and outside of government and funded by public and private organisations as well as international foundations and agencies.
WHO SHOULD ENROL IN THESE SHORT COURSES?
The short courses have been designed for those who are tasked with the design, management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of public programmes and interventions.
ABOUT THE SHORT COURSES
The Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology at Stellenbosch University currently offers ten short courses in Monitoring and Evaluation:
1. Basic Quantitative Data Analysis using EXCEL
2. SPSS for Evaluators
3. Evaluation Design
4. An Introduction to Public Sector Evaluation in South Africa
5. Data Visualisation
7. Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation
8. Advanced SPSS
9. Impact Assessment
10. Logic Modelling
Please note that all applicants must register online. For registration details and dates please view the full information document which can be downloaded [here].