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NGO Capacity building Programmes 2010, Zimbabwe Peakford Management Consultants, a leading Training, Development and Capacity Building institution, deeply rooted in Southern Africa, will be offering the following capacity building programmes in Harare. Advanced Monitoring and Who should attend Evaluation Dates 23-45 August, Programme and Project Directors, Cost US450 Managers, Supervisors and Team A Programme for anyone who want Leaders, Programme/Project Staff in to master modern practical and community development, funders relevant way of assessing, and sponsors developing, implementing a result based monitoring and evaluation. Workshop Activities Programme Objectives Develop an understanding of the Identify and clarify aims and objectives, characteristics of an effective M&E system outputs and outcomes for a project Explore how to design and manage an effective M&E system that will enable Set output and outcome indicators for programme results assessment, simulated projects Apply an M&E framework (plan) to consider and clearly delineate the different Develop a self-evaluation framework operational aspects of M&E Consider advanced means that organisations Practice collecting self-evaluation information, use to assess their performance and the particularly for outcomes overall impact of their work, and how this relates to programme level M&E Practice using baseline assessments in M&E Setting output and outcome indicators. Understand the importance of, and ensure Distinguish between outcomes and impact the use of effective participatory methods. Use evaluation information Use the CES’ and other advanced evaluation methods to develop understanding and Evaluate effectiveness of a M&E system ability to implement an outcomes-focused self-evaluation system. Establish an assessment, monitoring, and Use quantitative and qualitative methods in evaluation process that will lead to meaningful monitoring improvements. Apply knowledge management in M&E Apply M&E in special cases Document and disseminate monitoring data. Learn advanced methods of M&E reporting What you get Develop mid-project and final evaluation reports. Models Toolkits Address challenges faced in developing Ready to use and customizable Templates effective M&E systems. Practical Guides Work books Corporate Governance and Financial Oversight for board Programme outcomes Describe the four building blocks members and Senior Managers and the seven principles of financial Dates- 13-25 September, Cost US450 management and the role they play in achieving good practice in Who must attend financial management; Board members and directors, senior Describe the financial management managers, programme and country directors. roles and responsibilities of board members, managers, finance and The following and other important programme staff; aspects will be covered in the workshop. Explain the importance of budgets Identifying and understanding financial in planning, control and decision- responsibilities of board members and making directors explain the link between budgets, Key Principles and Concepts of Financial accounting records and financial Management reports; Financial Planning Appreciate the central role of Accounting and Accounting Records financial management in achieving an NGO’s objectives Financial Monitoring Appreciate the importance of Internal Control Systems accountability and transparency in an NGO Financial reporting Internal and external auditing On this course, participants will be Fundraising, Sponsorship and able to: Resource Mobilisation Use marketing tools in raising funds Understand the expectations of the donors Dates 16-17 August Cost US290 Formulate a fundraising strategy Elaborate a grant demand Identify sources of funding Learn how to develop corporate partnerships What you will get Become familiar with individuals and major Funding research tools donors approach Templates Apply the logical Framework approach in Examples of proposals sourcing funds Potential leads Design, develop and implement sponsorship Fundraising toolkit campaigns Events tools kits Improve communication skills Write winning proposals Identify and carryout fundraising activities Identify, lure and use volunteers Mobilise resources to meet requirements Grant Management Programmes outcomes 18 August Understand principles of Grant management US220 identify, interpret and assess the critical terms and conditions of grant aid for donor-funded projects; Phases in the grant management ensure compliance with donor terms and cycle conditions including: providing supporting Responsibilities and routines for documents; correct procurement of goods and successful grant management services; and meeting financial reporting Impact of foreign exchange requirements; Complying with donor reporting use a grant schedule to managing multiple- requirements funded programmes; requirements for closing off a prepare a donor financial report to match with a donor grant project narrative report Manage Relationships Participants will get Reporting templates The entire project Programme and Project management process, Management Project life Cycle, the LFA, Dates 27-29 September, Cost tools, techniques, PMBOK US450.00 processes Field worker Programme Roles and responsibilities, filed worker Dates 26-27 August, plans, tools and techniques, 27-28 August stakeholders and community Cost US320 assessments, financial skills for field workers, report writing for field workers, diversity skills for field workers, research skills for field workers. Key Outcomes Disaster, Fundamentals of Disaster preparedness and strategic Relief and management systems – Different Forms of Disasters[Natural, Manmade], Emergency Minimum Standards for disaster preparedness [fundamentals Management of the SPHERE project], Dates- Fundamental principles of the Humanitarian Charter, 23-25 August Participatory strategic planning, Cost US500.00 Practical Approaches to the Implementation of Interventions - Resource mobilization and strategic allocation, Strategic financial management systems: Budgeting and financial control in times of disaster, Innovative and synergistic financial management for effective responses Needs Oriented Disaster management support systems - Health, safety and hygiene, Systems for sustainable responses, Management of Post trauma and bereavement counseling, Establishment of Support systems and structures for sustainability Results Based monitoring systems for effective Disaster Management - Situational analysis, participatory design and implementation, Action plan: Mind mapping, Logical frameworks and scenario planning Summative Evaluation and exit strategies - Management of evaluation data, Futuristic strategic planning, Sustainability analysis for capacity enhancement Practical approaches to Disaster Management (Case Based sessions) NGO Financial The ‘what, why and who’ of financial Management management for NGOs Dates 27-29 September, How to achieve good practice in financial Cost US450 management – key principles and frameworks build project, donor and Building and using effective budgets – consolidated budgets using the including project and donor budgets, and cash activity-based budgeting flow forecasts. technique; Which accounting records you should keep in prepare and use a simple cash your NGO – and why? flow forecast; Budgeting and accounting for central support prepare and reconcile an (‘core’) costs analysed cashbook; Demystifying the Balance Sheet – how to make prepare and use a simple sense of annual financial statements financial monitoring report; Monitoring and controlling budgets – preparing analyse financial statements and using budget comparison reports and budget monitoring reports to assess performance; Reporting to donors – how to meet donors requirements assess strengths and weaknesses in their NGO’s Safeguarding our assets – internal control internal control systems; systems and procedures Managing the audit process Community Stakeholder Programme Outcomes Engagement, Participation and Capacity Building Develop an community stakeholder framework which will be the basis for the identification and 19-20 August development of capacity building interventions US320 for community stakeholders Community stakeholder engagement methodologies Design and present a community stakeholder assessment instrument as a tool for identifying Participatory frameworks and monitoring stakeholder growth Capacity Building and Community Stakeholder Develop a training curriculum that is adapted to Mapping. the needs of the stakeholders and to the Developing a Community Stakeholder Capacity programme/project. Framework. Creating an Instrument to Assess Community Stakeholder Capacity Designing Training Programmes to Close the Gap Programme Objectives Executive Strategic Leadership Programme Identify, appreciate and Develop Dates 20-22 September, Cost authentic leadership qualities US600 Understand and apply a framework for strategic leadership to guide your personal Topics development, as well as the development of Visionary Strategic Leadership your teams and organization. Strategic thinking Executive leadership roles Learn ways to build and sustain strategic Executive Coaching leadership capacity in your team and in your Mentoring and succession planning organization. Problem solving techniques Decision Making and Scenario planning Crafting Corporate culture Determine how to enhance the learning Change Management processes necessary for effective strategy Leading organisations and teams making and strategy implementation within Corporate governance your organization. Create a persona; agenda for self- Increase appreciation of the impact of improvement and set goals to enhance organizational context, culture and systems strategic leadership throughout the on strategic leadership. organization. Apply frameworks to address the Take the perspective of being a strategic strategy/execution gap and the balancing of leader versus a tactical manager short-term and long-term pressures. Integrated HIV Aids Programme Outcomes Prevention, Care and Explain the epidemiology of HIV infection, the Treatment dynamics of HIV transmission and its effects on the host Understand counseling, HIV-testing and Dates 23-27 August, Cost psychosocial support US800. Describe the common opportunistic infections seen in HIV-infected persons, their clinical presentations Modules and management. Introduction to HIV/AIDS Understand common preventive therapies used in Introduction to Counseling the management of HIV-infected adults and Psychosocial Support of Explain the rational use of antiretroviral agents, PLWAs Describe HIV infection in children, its care and Medical care of adults and treatment adolescents with HIV/AIDS Comprehend the risk of mother to child HIV Special Issues in Managing transmission and the interventions used in Kenya to Women with HIV/AIDS reduce its risks HIV/AIDS in children Set up comprehensive care for HIV/AIDS patients through the involvement of all multidisciplinary Blood safety, Universal team and other support organizations Precautions and Post-exposure Discuss home based care and palliative care prophylaxis Give an overview of the main elements of Commodity Management that will ensure the Supportive Care of PLWAs - availability and accessibility of safe, high quality Palliative Care, Home-based and efficacious ART commodities care, Nutrition Desc ribe ethical and legal issues in care of PLWAs Ethical, legal and Understand blood safety and the rationale use of programmatic issues in blood in the HIV/AIDS era HIV/AIDS Care Comprehend Post Exposure Prophylaxis and the Universal precautions Explain how to monitor and evaluate activities in comprehensive care of PLWHA For full programme outlines and more information please visit www.peakford.co.za www.thetrainingcompany.co.za Phone +27 11 326 3419, +27 11 +27 11 326 2431 +27 73 273 6030 firstname.lastname@example.org Peakford Training Booking Form Please complete the following booking form and return to Peakford Management Consultants. 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