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Advanced Monitoring & Evaluation – 5 DAYS

Imsimbi Training is a fully accredited training provider with the Services Seta, number 2147, as well as a Level 2 Contributor BBBEE company.

This course is accredited by the Services Seta and the material covers unit standards 243811 at NQF Level 5 worth 7 credits, 252032 at NQF Level 5 worth 8 credits and 252034 at NQF Level 5 worth 8 credits.


  • Deepened understanding of monitoring and evaluation and how these processes integrate with strategic management, project management, policy formulation and implementation
  • Apply the relevant tools encapsulated in the Government-wide M&E framework and relevant related guidelines (Stats SA, National Treasury guidelines)
  • Apply advanced competencies to set up a functional M&E framework for your department/ business unit
  • How to draft effective indicators and targets
  • Develop and structure clear reporting processes that offer evidence for management decision- making
  • Develop competency to collect, analyse and present M&E findings for different audiences
  • Understand how to link M&E findings to policy development processes in your sector

Day 1:

  • Overview of M&E – concepts, processes and legislation
  • Understanding organisational performance
  • Selecting a work based problem, opportunity or need for analysis
  • Develop and select appropriate projects and programme to address nee, milestones and targets Develop and design a results chain
  • Design and select appropriate indicators for work based programme Link indicators to baselines, milestones and targets

Day 2:

  • Set up and review your monitoring and evaluation framework
  • Align the framework to existing tools such as work-breakdown structure, logframe, budgets and Gannt chart
  • Align the individual and organisational processes of M&E in your institution – strategic re- engineering for M&E context

Day 3:

  • Research methodology for M&E processes and practices
  • Research design – problem statements and evaluation questions
  • Understand the difference between process and outcome evaluation practices
  • Develop project evaluation reports

Day 4:

  • M&E Reporting – monitoring reports and evaluation reports
  • M&E Reporting – structuring different reports and linking data interpretation correctly
  • M&E presentation techniques – graphics, descriptions and other related tools
  • Link M&E results to policy development processes in your sector

Day 5:

  • Detailed application to your own work-based example
  • Building capacity for M&E in your unit, department and sector
  • Institutionalising M&E throughout the organisation and related processes of communication and reporting


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