Programme Planning and Evaluation
This is a highly interactive training designed for persons who are interested in how to plan, monitor and evaluate a programme or project. The course is delivered using case studies tailored to development projects in health, education and environment.
Data Management and Analysis using STATA
This is an intensive hands-on training on survey data collection and analysis. Participants will be introduced to the use of Open Data Kit (ODK) for data collection and the use of STATA for data analysis. Data analysis module will cover descriptive, correlational, inferential statistics and modeling.
Survey Data Collection and Analysis using SPSS
SPSS is a data analysis tool that has found wide application for monitoring and evaluation, policy analysis, social work and for academic research. Participants will learn how to carry out descriptive, inferential and predictive analysis using SPSS. Participants will also be introduced to the use of mobile technology for data collection.
The course will equip you with an understanding of the different methodological approaches to qualitative research and help you develop core skills in interviewing, running focus groups, conducting ethnographic observation and data analysis.
This is a three-day advanced training in qualitative data analysis and reporting. The training is suited for those who are already working on projects with qualitative dimensions and have basic to intermediate level skills in the use of software for qualitative analysis. Participants must have previous experience in analysing qualitative data including coding and managing a coding scheme; seeking patterns across themes and cases; representing findings in graphic displays and recording the analytic process in memos.
This is a three-day advanced training in qualitative data analysis and reporting. Participants will learn how to use geographic information to enhance their qualitative data analysis and create visual displays and charting options that gives a quick glimpse of the spatial distribution of findings.
The training is suited for those who already have basic to intermediate level skills in qualitative methods