Montag, 04. November - Freitag, 15. November
SLE TRAINING: Management of Development Projects
We welcome professionals working in international cooperation, in public administrative bodies and institutions, in the academic field, in NGOs or in the private sector as well as students and graduates with professional experience.
By the end of the course participants will have a good knowledge of the principles of Project Management in development projects. They will have practised its principal mechanisms and be in a position to apply them.
- Basic elements of successful Project Management
- The importance of group work and participation in Project Management (team-building processes in Project Management)
- The phases of PCM (Project Cycle Management)
- Logical Framework Approach and its tools
- Impact Orientation – Managing for Development Results
- The principles of Monitoring and Evaluation
- PM+E in development organizations in Berlin
Secure your Early Bird price now: enrol online and pay the tuition fee invoice before April 30th, 2019 to get the discount!
Our short intensive courses promote learning through experience: 'Learning by doing' is the most important aspect of the SLE's training and teaching philosophy. Case studies, teamwork and other interactive methods create a learning environment in which participants can bring their own experience and link it to new topics and applications, addressing global and local development challenges. Course participants have different cultural backgrounds and professions which add to an intercultural and interdisciplinary exchange of experiences within an enabling learning environment. After having participated actively in the course, you will receive a certificate of attendanceissued by SLE and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Further information: https://www.sle-berlin.de/index.php/en/training/sle-training-2019
|Veranstalter:||Seminar für Ländliche Entwicklung, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin|
Seminar für Ländliche Entwicklung (SLE)/ Centre for Rural Development, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Robert-Koch-Platz 4, 10115 Berlin