This training asks the question: how do I plan a development project and what does it take to arrive at a good project design? Therefore, it introduces the different steps of the Logframe Approach (LFA), the most common planning approach for development projects. We interactively work out a stakeholder and problem analysis and define our project strategy. The course participants will also learn a wide range of community based assessment methods, tools and approaches.
During this two-day workshop we will therefore explore the path it takes to build a coherent and ‘real world’ Logframe matrix that can be effectively used as a planning and monitoring document throughout the project cycle.
What is the training agenda?
(1) The big picture: PCM and the Logframe Approach (LFA)
(2) The analysis stage: assessing needs, stakeholder analysis, problem and objective analysis
(3) The planning stage: the Logframe matrix: the different columns
(4) Reflections on the Logframe and the Theory of Change (ToC): commonalities and differences
You can download the full agenda in German here: TRAINING AGENDA LFA
The training will therefore help you to:
– Understand the Logframe and its role in project/programme planning and monitoring
– Increase your analytical planning skills
– Develop your own Logframe
– Visualise your Logframe and quality check
– Avoid common pitfalls
If you have a project in mind, the course will offer the opportunity to design your Logframe matrix and gain feedback.
When is the training taking place?
The training is taking place on 24 and 25 January 2019 from 9:00-17:00.
Where is the training taking place?
It takes place in Seminarzentrum Pallottihaus, Auhofstraße 10, 1130 Vienna, Austria. Travel and accommodation are not included in the package and need to be organised by participants themselves.
How much does it cost?
The price is €330.- (incl. VAT, lunch and individual coaching on Logframe/proposal writing). TripleFunds members and students get a 20% discount and only pay €288.-.
In which language will this training be held?
With a group size of no more than 10, the workshop will be interactive and hands-on. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. The workshop will be held in German.
Who is the trainer?
Lisa Ringhofer is the Co-Founder of TripleMinds and has over 15 years of extensive participatory field experience in development cooperation and research. She holds an M.A. in Development Studies, an MBA and a PhD in Sociology/Social Ecology. Lisa has developed, monitored and evaluated development programmes and projects in several countries across the globe. She speaks German, English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Any more questions?
Please feel free to contact us at office(a)triple-minds.com and we are happy to answer any questions that you might have on this training.