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    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Organization: ActionAid
    Registration deadline: 22 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 25 Sep 2017
    Ending date: 29 Sep 2017

    Course Objectives

    The overall course objective is to enhance the capacity of participants in attracting and retaining long term donor support through effective fundraising and management of donor relations. The specific objective of this training is to enable course participants to appreciate the contemporary donor Environment, Develop fundraising strategy, write and design competitive funding proposals and effectively manage donor relations and grant contracts.

    Course Code

    F&GM

    Course duration

    1 Week

    When is the Course

    25th to 29th September 2017

    Course Content

    • Introduction to Fundraising
    • The Donor Environment and Donor Scoping
    • The Fundraising Cycle, Fundraising Approaches and Methods
    • Developing Programme Lead Funding Strategy
    • Elements of Project Design
    • Logframe Development, Costing Interventions and Budgeting
    • Managing Donor Relations - Attracting and Retaining Donors
    • Best Practices in Grant and Contract Management

    Learning Outcomes

    • Participants who attend this course will be able;
    • To undertake funding intelligence, donor scoping and match funds to organization needs
    • To design and use various fundraising approaches and methods in fundraising, types of funds and funding frameworks.
    • To develop organizational fundraising strategy, completive funding proposal, use logframe and other proposal writing, costing and budgeting tools
    • To successfully maintain healthy donor relations

    Target Group

    AAI programme staff and partners. Others are staff from the local government, other development agencies and political leaders.


    How to register:

    To sign up for the course click on the below link:
    http://www.mstcdc.or.tz/application/application-form-fundraising-and-grants-management-course

    For more information and questions about the course, contact the course administrator Herieth through noahh@mstcdc.or.tz


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    Country: World
    Organization: Evosec Ltd

    Security Management for NGO & Humanitarian Organisations

    Security Management Online Course for NGO and Humanitarian Organisations. This course takes approximately 40 hrs study time and covers a wide range of topics and security principles suitable for not only NGO security managers, but any security manager working in insecure environments.

    Course Format:Online Training Course

    Learning Hours:40 guided learning hours

    Course Structure:The course has 12 units. Each unit is assessed by either multiple choice, true/false questionnaire, short answer assignment, short research assignment or combination of these. The course is self enrollment and is completed in the learners own time. All units are open to the learner on enrollment but units must be completed to move on to the next unit.

    Course Information:

    This course is based on materials and approaches developed by UNHCR’s Field Safety Section for the training of UNHCR managers deploying to insecure environments. The materials have been modified by Evosec & the ISAB to apply to a wide range of humanitarian organisations, NGOs and aid agencies. The Security Risk Assessment (SRA) model is based principally on that of the United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS). Other tools and materials have been drawn from various text, on-line, and other training resources, with due attribution to the original source wherever possible.

    The aim of this course is to introduce managers of humanitarian and development programs in insecure areas to the techniques and tools of managing risk. Emphasis is placed on three principle areas of concern: security risk assessment, security plans and planning, and critical incident management.

    There are several assessments throughout the course including multiple choice questions, short answer questions and assignments. The assignments will be graded by a tutor who will give you feed back on each of your answers.

    This course is designed to be informative and build up the concepts associated with security and risk management in insecure environments. If you would like further practical training you may be interested in Evosec's "Planning, Implementing and Managing Security Plans in insecure environments". This course is a classroom based course with real world scenarios, group projects and discussions that help develop the skills required for managing security systems. The "Planning, Implementing and Managing Security Plans in insecure environments" course will be launching in April 2014

    Learning Objectives for this Course

    After successfully completing this learning module, you should be able to:

    • Better understand the global trend of insecurity facing humanitarian field workers and the general types of responses that are being taken to meet security threats in the field by UN, Red Cross Movement, and NGO partners.
    • Understand, appreciate and explain the overall Security Risk Assessment (SRA) and Security Risk Management (SRM) approaches to security management for humanitarian field workers.
    • Use standardized terminology and tools to assess threat patterns, analyze risk, and prioritize measures to reduce risks of different threats in your working environment.
    • Develop basic security plans, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and scenario-specific contingency plans for serious security incidents.
    • Understand the basic strategies for responding effectively to critical security incidents in the field should they actually occur.
    • Understand the relationships between different operational partners in the field concerning your security.
    • Understand and deal with the relationship between stress and security for field-based staff.See Full List of Units >>

    Accreditation:This course is certified through the ISAB (International Security Awarding Body). You will receive a physical and digital version of your certificate on successful completion of this course.

    Course Cost:€750 includes certification fees.

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    Country: World
    Organization: ActionAid

    Course Objectives

    To enhance participants ability to deliver and demand a variety of mechanisms, schemes and approaches through which economic and social well-being can be attained and guaranteed. It is aimed at equipping them with tools for trans-formative approach to Social Protection.

    Learning Outcomes:
    The participants will acquire a deeper knowledge of what is going on around social protection within and outside the region, what is happening globally to prepare them for proper engagement either as workers, groups who can demand or implement social protection policies using human rights lens.

    Target Group

    Programmer staff/managers, community based organizations staff, co-coordinators and those in-charge of special projects and programmer within NGOs or government agencies, development agencies and other CSO groups working in civil society organizations that work to ensure social justice and equal distribution of wealth


    How to register:

    www.mstcdc.or.tz

    http://www.mstcdc.or.tz/course/social-protection-course


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    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Organization: ActionAid
    Registration deadline: 22 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 25 Sep 2017
    Ending date: 06 Oct 2017

    This course is a two-week program with a total of 60 hours of teaching including excursions and language immersion sessions. It focuses more on application of technical Swahili, various Swahili registers and enhances learners to participate in meetings and debates.

    Course Objectives

    To enhance participants communicate with ease and confidence in a large number of situations informal and formal, on a variety of concrete topics relating to work and leisure activities, as well as to current public events.

    Course Content

    Communication, health services, Social services, environment, global warming, politics in Tanzania, corruption in Tanzania, science and technology, East African cooperation, globalization.

    Target Group

    Development workers, missionaries, doctors, expatriates, researchers, tourists, students and anyone who requires learning Swahili language at advanced level.

    Methodologies Interactive methods:-

    • Communicative approach (Competence based approach)

    • Immersion approach

    • Task based approach

    • Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling or (TPRS) approach

    • Grammar approach & audio lingual approach

    • Propriocepitve approach


    How to register:

    To sign up for the course follow the link http://www.mstcdc.or.tz/application/swahili-advanced-course For more questions or concerns on the course and any relatable matter write to the course administrator Selina at laizers@mstcdc.or.tz


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    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Organization: ActionAid
    Registration deadline: 22 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 25 Sep 2017
    Ending date: 29 Sep 2017

    Course Objectives

    The overall course objective is to enhance the capacity of participants in attracting and retaining long term donor support through effective fundraising and management of donor relations. The specific objective of this training is to enable course participants to appreciate the contemporary donor Environment, Develop fundraising strategy, write and design competitive funding proposals and effectively manage donor relations and grant contracts.

    Course Code

    F&GM

    Course duration

    1 Week

    When is the Course

    25th to 29th September 2017

    Course Content

    • Introduction to Fundraising
    • The Donor Environment and Donor Scoping
    • The Fundraising Cycle, Fundraising Approaches and Methods
    • Developing Programme Lead Funding Strategy
    • Elements of Project Design
    • Logframe Development, Costing Interventions and Budgeting
    • Managing Donor Relations - Attracting and Retaining Donors
    • Best Practices in Grant and Contract Management

    Learning Outcomes

    • Participants who attend this course will be able;
    • To undertake funding intelligence, donor scoping and match funds to organization needs
    • To design and use various fundraising approaches and methods in fundraising, types of funds and funding frameworks.
    • To develop organizational fundraising strategy, completive funding proposal, use logframe and other proposal writing, costing and budgeting tools
    • To successfully maintain healthy donor relations

    Target Group

    AAI programme staff and partners. Others are staff from the local government, other development agencies and political leaders.


    How to register:

    To sign up for the course click on the below link:
    http://www.mstcdc.or.tz/application/application-form-fundraising-and-grants-management-course

    For more information and questions about the course, contact the course administrator Herieth through noahh@mstcdc.or.tz


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    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Organization: ActionAid
    Registration deadline: 29 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 02 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 13 Oct 2017

    This training aims at empowering participants to understand the entire project planning and management cycle and enable participant to acquire timely and responsive skills to effectively and efficiently manage the implementation of projects/programmes and ensure that the projects/programmes are consistent and deliver as per expected results. This course comprises of PPM 1 and PPM 2.

    Course Code

    PPM

    When is the Course

    2nd to 13th October 2017

    Target Group

    Practitioners working in civil society organizations, government and private sector development agencies, supervisors or coordinators of projects/programmes.

    Course Content

    • Introduction to Project Cycle Management
    • Problem Tree/Stakeholder Analysis
    • Theory of Change and Logical Framework Approach
    • Project risk management and Budgeting
    • Writing a Project Proposal
    • Monitoring and Evaluation processes in the project
    • Project reporting
    • Roles and Responsibilities of the Project Manager
    • Managing Project Teams
    • Managing Difficult People
    • Effective Communication Skills in Managing Projects
    • Managers Self-motivation
    • Conflicts Management

    Learning outcome

    By the end of the course participants will be able to:

    • Define what is project planning and management
    • Design a project using participatory tools such as problem tree and stakeholder analysis
    • Explain and design a theory of change
    • Design and appreciate the role of a log frame in project planning
    • Describe the different phases in the life of a project
    • Write a logical and convincing project proposal
    • Acquire the takeoff skills for effective project management
    • Ensure effective communication channels and information flow with all stakeholders in the project etc..

    How to register:

    To sign up for the course and more go to

    http://www.mstcdc.or.tz/application/application-project-planning-and-management-comprehensive-course

    For further question or concerns on the course and any relatable matter write to the course administrator Nsia directly at humphreyn@mstcdc.or.tz


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    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Organization: ActionAid
    Registration deadline: 13 Oct 2017
    Starting date: 16 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 20 Oct 2017

    Course Objectives

    The overall objective of the course is enable participants acquire knowledge and skills to create effective learning mechanisms, ensure project continuity, manage multiple projects, replicate and scale up best practices from pilot projects. In order to be accepted on PPM4SPL, candidates will need to proof prior learning experience corresponding to PPM II.

    Course duration

    1 Week

    When is the Course

    16th to 20th October 2017

    Course Content

    • Characteristics of Complex or Multiple projects
    • Monitoring of Complex projects
    • Project Evaluation and Documentation
    • Creating Learning Organizations
    • Multiple Staff Synergy Management

    Learning Outcome

    By the end of the training participants will be able to:

    • Devise strategies for project continuity and sustainability.
    • Manage multiple projects, document lessons from various projects and create shared learning platforms from the project results.
    • Manage multiple donor and other stakeholders relations
    • Manage staff synergy across different projects
    • Able to facilitate a shared learning culture in the organization
    • Able devise and apply project scale approaches

    Target Group

    Chief Executive Officers, County Directors of Non-Profit Organizations, Managers of NGOs, program and project managers, senior technical staff in central and local governments, senior managers in other development related institutions.


    How to register:

    To sign up for the course and more go to

    http://www.mstcdc.or.tz/application/application-form-project-planning-management-senior-project-leaders-course

    For further question or concerns on the course and any relatable matter write to the course administrator Nsia directly at humphreyn@mstcdc.or.tz


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    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Organization: ActionAid
    Registration deadline: 20 Oct 2017
    Starting date: 23 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 10 Nov 2017

    Course Objectives

    The overall objective of this 3 weeks course is to equip participants with skills, knowledge and attitude necessary for effective and systematic monitoring and evaluation of development programs and projects.

    Course Content

    • Monitoring and Evaluation Concepts and Terms
    • Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Logframe as a Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation tool
    • Hierarchy of Objectives (Impact, Outcomes and outputs)
    • Setting and Using Performance Indicators
    • Assumptions and Risks Analysis
    • Outcome Mapping as an Approach to Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Designing and Implementing M&E Plan
    • Practical Monitoring Activity (field based)
    • Evaluating programs/projects
    • Designing Tools for Participatory M&E Data Collection
    • Most Significant Change Technique
    • Management Information Systems
    • Qualitative Data Analysis
    • M&E Data Collection, Analysis and Reporting (Field based)
    • Basic Quantitative Data Analysis using SPSS package (Questionnaire coding, Data Entry and Cleaning, Analysis and Presentation)

    Learning outcomes
    By the end of the course participants will be able to:

    • Describe what monitoring and evaluation entails
    • Develop logframe using project case study
    • Design and use performance indicators relevant for their case projects
    • Identify risks and assumptions in their case projects
    • Describe key features in outcome mapping as an approach to monitoring and evaluation
    • Develop M&E plan for their own case projects
    • Design monitoring tools and conduct a monitoring exercise (field based)
    • Describe impact evaluation and design evaluation terms of reference of a case project
    • Develop evaluation plan/framework and design evaluation tools by using evaluation terms of reference of a case project
    • Design participatory M&E data collection tools
    • Use most significant change technique in M&E
    • Appreciate MIS in programs/projects and organizations
    • Analyze qualitative data using a case study
    • Collect M&E data and write report on the same (practical based/field based).
    • Analyze quantitative data using SPSS package

    Target Group

    The course is meant for people who would like to work in M&E and people who would like to improve their practical experience in M&E including people leading/supervising M&E processes and practices in their organization. Also for people implementing programs/projects and M&E Consultants


    How to register:

    To sign up for the course click the link below

    http://www.mstcdc.or.tz/application/application-monitoring-evaluation-comprehensive-course-0

    For questions and more information please contact Nsia direct through humphreyn@mstcdc.or.tz


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    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Organization: ActionAid
    Registration deadline: 17 Nov 2017
    Starting date: 20 Nov 2017
    Ending date: 24 Nov 2017

    Course Objectives

    The overall objective of the course is to create a reflection space and platform for promoting and sharing of experiences by the experienced M&E practitioners.

    Course duration

    1 Week

    Course Content

    • Challenges in doing M&E work
    • Emerging M&E approached and trends (ICT in M&E; OM )
    • M&E in Practice
    • Action Planning

    Learning Outcome

    By the end of the course participants will be able to:

    • Appreciate experience from others in doing and implementing M&E work (Focus on: themes- M&E and Advocacy; M&E and Gender ; M&E systems; OM; M&E in sectoral focus-M&E in agriculture; m&E in Nutrition; M&E in Health)
    • Share their own experiences, challenges and opportunities in doing M&E work
    • Appreciate the new trends in M&E work (ICT and M&E; OM )
    • Acquire insight and learning that will improve their M&E practices.

    Target Group

    The course is meant for Monitoring and Evaluation practitioners in CSOs, private sector, government who have been managing and conducting M&E. This is also meant for consultants and donors/funders.


    How to register:

    To sign up for the course click the link below
    http://www.mstcdc.or.tz/application/application-monitoring-and-evaluation-skills-share-practitioners-course

    For more information please contact Nsia directly through humphreyn@mstcdc.or.tz


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