Monitoring and Evaluation

In this 2-day course, Participants will also learn how Monitoring and Evaluation helps in measuring, recording, collecting, processing and communicating information to assist in decision-making and ensure monitoring & evaluation framework is followed extensively to achieve project goals.


  • Participants and program introduction
  • Use of logframer 3.1 in developing logframe matrices- I
  • Use of logframer 3.1 in developing logframe matrices- II
  • Preparation of Indicator Sheets
  • Using monitoring data in evidence based decision making (EBDM)
  • Earned Value Analysis (EVA) – I
  • Earned Value Analysis (EVA) – II template and case study
  • Use of KM System in development sector
  • The discipline of M&E: trends and challenges

PMP Certification Training

The PMP certification is the gold standard certification in the project management discipline, and is considered world’s most recognized and aspired-for credential in project management. This is the highest paid management sciences certification in the world and earning this credential increases your income potential substantially.

Project Management Professional (PMP) is a 4-day program which is one of the most recognized certifications, that offers increased ability and capacity for career growth.


  • Introduction to project management
  • Role of project manager
  • Project integration work
  • Project scope management
  • Project schedule management
  • Project cost management
  • Project quality management
  • Project resource management
  • Project risk management
  • Failure rates of projects
  • Salary survey – PMP
  • Timeline of PMP credential
  • Maintaining your credential

Applied Project Management

Projects have been part of the human scene since civilization started, yet the practice of project management is quite recent. The concepts and tools required to plan, organize, implement, and evaluate a project are equally applicable to such diverse ventures as launching of a space shuttle, managing the production of a software application, developing curriculum in primary education, or organizing a trekking trip to the K-2 base camp. The purpose of this 2-day course is to expose participants to the real-life issues in project management, and equip them with necessary tools to resolve these issues.

In addition to coverage of quantitative and technical tools, the course also focuses on the issues of project leadership and human resource management


  • Introduction to Project Management,
  • Knowledge Areas,
  • Why Projects Fail,
  • Projects triple constraints,
  • Project Management Life Cycle
  • Project Organization & Types
  • Role of Project Manager
  • Project Initiation (Business Case/Feasibility Finalization & Approval)
  • Project Charter
  • WBS (Work Break Down Structure)
  • Dependencies & Estimations (PERT)
  • Gantt Chart & Critical Activities (CPM)
  • Project Resources Plan
  • Project Procurement Plan
  • Project Cost Planning & Budgeting
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Communication Management
  • Project Execution (Monitoring & Control)
  • Project Closure
  • Project Game

Microsoft Project

This 2-day course provides practical guidance on how to plan and schedule projects using MS Project. On completion of the course, participants will have acquired the skills needed to create a new project; analyze and adjust schedules with date, dependency and resources constraints; customize and print Gantt Chart views and reports; and record and review task progress against the baseline


-Fundamentals of MS Project
-Starting a new Project Plan
-Viewing Project Information
-Scheduling Tasks
-Setting up and assigning Resources
-Planning Resource and Task Costs
-Checking and Adjusting the Project Plan
-Saving a Baseline and updating Progress
-Responding to Changes in the Project
-Reporting Project Progress
-Analyzing Project Information