Training

PROGRAM LOGIC FOR PROGRAM DESIGN

SHEPPARTON 13 & 14 SEPTEMBER 2015

You have a great idea for a project or a service. You intuitively think ‘yes, it will work’ but how do you really know it will get the results you want? How do you convince others that it will get results and ensure all stakeholders have a shared understanding of the project? Once your program is complete, how do you demonstrate to your CEO or funders that it delivered real outcomes? (so they allocate money in the future!)

A Program Logic can help. How?

  • It can help you understand how your project is expected to work (i.e. your theory of change).
  • It gives you a process to test your thinking, so that your project has the best possible chance of achieving your desired outcomes. ü It can be used to develop a monitoring and evaluation framework and guide the evidence you will collect to demonstrate your impact.

Keen to learn more?    Then come along to this 2-day interactive training.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Understand the main theoretical trends in program design

  • Understand the key steps to designing a program using Program Logic

  • Understand the importance of outcomes

  • Articulate the change theory underlying programs

  • Have developed some basic program designs

  • First step in developing a rigorous and lean Monitoring and Evaluation Framework

  • Learn participatory and visual techniques and other practical tools

  • Understand how to use program design in a participatory way to build team and stakeholder relationships.

ABOUT THE TRAINING

  • Led by Natalie Moxham (Leanganook Yarn) and Vanessa Hood (Rooftop Social)

  • Active learning, using a mix of theory and practice, including examples from your own work and experience.

  • A range of learning approaches: presentations, group work,
    facilitated discussion sessions, and case studies.

  • You will receive training notes, a workbook and reading materials

FOR MORE INFORMATION

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TO BOOK

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