2019 Training


Effective programs and projects are not something that simply happens but are well thought out and planned series of activities and events.  Therefore, in addition to knowing “what the current situation is,” what people think about “it,” what can be done to improve the situation, and what are the results after the fact, realistic Project management planning requires some understanding, knowledge and application of a few statistically-based tools and techniques.  Subsequently, careful monitoring and evaluation should be undertaken to determine whether or not the Project ¾as planned ¾is/was on track; so that timely adjustments can be made, and objectives have a reasonable opportunity of being attained successfully.

This course introduces the participant to the overall philosophy, concepts and particular steps in Project Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, as well as enabling the participant to acquire some “hands-on” skill using statistical tools and techniques for conducting surveys and assessing the results.

By the end of this course, successful participants will be able to:
  • Appreciate and understand basic terminology and concepts of project evaluation and statistical analysis such as:
    • Difference between auditing, monitoring and evaluation
    • The Logical Framework for project design, monitoring and evaluation
    • Evaluation design models such as experimental, quasi-experimental and case studies
    • Statistical concepts including mean, median, mode, percentage, ratios, indices, standard deviation, regression, necessity and sufficiency and others
    • Experimental treatment and control groups
    • Census and sampling approaches to data collection
    • Random and purposive sampling such as population, sample size, stratification and different sample selection methods
  • Know and develop basic skill using project planning, monitoring and evaluation approaches and techniques:
    • Evaluation team composition
    • Judge and jury approaches for qualitative evaluation
    • Random sampling including optimum sample size selection for percentage, and mean 
    • Sample selection methods such as deck of cards, lottery, random number tables, skip interval, questionnaire design
    • Data collection methods like regular reporting and field surveys, mail, phone, interview, observation, rapid appraisal (individual and focus groups)
    • Planning/Targeting assessment formulas
    • Data classification and recording including quantitative and qualitative rating scales, recording, weighting/scoring systems and criteria; Likert Scale, 10-point scale, Thai Scale, 4 point scale, rank-ordering, percentage scale, quartile
    • Data Evaluation such as correlation and regression, Yule’s Q Test, Misfortune 500
    • Presenting results using various charts and graphs
NOTE: No prior knowledge of statistics is required.  ‘Quick & easy’ templates are provided to facilitate understanding of monitoring and evaluation statistical concepts and supplement application analysis.
  • Gantt & Milestone
  • Critical Path Method
  • CPM Milestone Monitoring
  • Baseline of Budgeting
  • Earned Value & Monitoring Tools
  • Integrated Monitoring with 13 point Scale 
  • Project Performance Index
  • The Logical Framework
  • Evaluation Design
  • Basic Statistical Concepts, 
  • Standard Deviation
  • Approaches to Realistic Planning & Forecasting
  • Practical Techniques for Measuring Results
  • Census vs. Sampling Concepts
  • Techniques to Select Appropriate Samples – mail, phone, observation, interview, rapid appraisal
  • Questionnaire design
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Various Data Analysis Techniques
  • Correlation & Regression
  • Significance Testing
  • Yule’s “Q” Test
  • BQAS- non-random sampling
  • Data Preparation for Presentation
  • Group Presentation
  • Lessons Learned
  • Review
Managers who would like an appreciation for the systematic processes of monitoring and evaluating projects and a deeper understanding of the requisite tools and techniques; Business Process consultants and specialists; Program and Project Monitoring and Evaluation consultants and specialists and project team members.
The instructor, Dr. Kenneth F. Smith, is a certified Project Management Professional, affiliated with the Philippine Chapter of the international Project Management Institute.  Dr. Smith has had world-wide experience practicing, consulting and teaching, project performance monitoring and evaluation in/with the international development community as well as extensive experience in the Philippine environment.
  • Early Bird Rates (Payment should be made 3 weeks before the start of the class):
    • PHP 48,000.00 for PMI Philippines Chapter Members
    • PHP 50,000.00 for Non-Members
  • Regular Rates:
    • PHP 50,000.00 for PMI Philippines Chapter Members
    • PHP 52,000.00 for Non-Members
  • Group Rate: PHP 48,000.00 (Minimum of 5 participants from the same organization)
All rates are VAT-inclusive. If your sponsoring company is VAT-exempt or is zero-VAT, please e-mail to us your company's BIR Tax Exemption Certificate and BIR Form 2303 or PEZA Certificate (if zero-VAT).
Your training investment includes lunch, snacks (AM and PM) with free-flowing coffee/tea, training materials, PRAXIS book authored by the facilitator, and the Complete PM Tool Kit (developed by the facilitator) in USB flash drive.
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