Monitoring and Evaluation

Learning Unit 1: Monitor, Evaluate and Communicate Simple Project Schedules
Learning Unit 2: Monitor and Evaluate Team Members Against Performance Standards

Who should Attend ?

This skills programme is designed for the public sector and is aimed at:
• all managers in government departments;
• all members in the monitoring and evaluation unit in government departments; and
• programme and project managers.


What are the benefits ?

The benefits of this skills programme include:
• strengthened management capacity in government within the monitoring and evaluation framework;
• the ability to formulate performance standards and establish systems for monitoring performance;
• being able to prepare and conduct performance reviews; and
• the ability design, implement, monitor and evaluate public sector programmes and interventions.


Duration

Three day contact session combined with practical workplace experience.


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Aligned Unit Standards

UnitIDTitleNQF LevelCredits
252034Monitor and evaluate team members against performance standards58
120387Monitor, evaluate and communicate simple project schedules44
Scheduled Venues and Dates

RegionDates
Gauteng 15 Mar 21-17 Mar 21
03 May 21-05 May 21
05 Jul 21-07 Jul 21
20 Sep 21-22 Sep 21
13 Dec 21-15 Dec 21
31 Jan 22-02 Feb 22
16 May 22-18 May 22
15 Aug 22-17 Aug 22
14 Nov 22-16 Nov 22
Online 15 Mar 21-17 Mar 21
03 May 21-05 May 21
05 Jul 21-07 Jul 21
20 Sep 21-22 Sep 21
13 Dec 21-15 Dec 21
Entry Requirements

The credit calculation in the relevant unit standards is based on
the assumption that learners are competent in:
•mathematical literacy (NQF level 4);
• communication (NQF level 4);
• computer literacy (NQF level 4);
• US: 120384 - Develop a simple schedule to facilitate effective project execution; and
• US: 120372 - Explain fundamentals of project management.