Part Time Training Consultant Opportunity

Keno Institute of Training & Research is inviting qualified and sufficiently motivated individuals to apply as part time facilitators/consultants for the following professional development short courses;

  1. Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning- Duration 2_weeks
  2. Proposal Writing for Research and Innovation Projects_2 Days
  3. Qualitative Research Methods_ 5 days
  4. Data Management & Analysis using R/SAS_ 5 days
  5. Project Cycle Management_ 5 Days
  6. Advanced Microsoft Excel _ 5 days
  7. Leadership and Management _ 5 days
  8. Strategic Planning and Management- 5 days
  9. Essential Marketing and Financing Skills

EXPECTED OUTPUTS FROM THE CONSULTANT

  1. Lecturing with practicals.
  2. PowerPoint Presentation of the course material to be used during lectures.
  3. Short daily exercises for participants.
  4. A short test at the end of the course.
  5. Course content broken down into modules.
  6. Summarised notes for participants.
  7. List of any recommended books to supplement the workshop and any other relevant materials.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS OF CONSULTANT

The Consultant shall be required to provide the following:

  1. Copies of résumé and all relevant professional qualifications.
  2. Electronic passport style photos.

The consultant should have at least a Bachelors’ Degree in the relevant fields, and should have sufficient experience in the preferred training areas. a PhD in a relevant discipline would be a distinct asset. If interested please indicate your expected daily rate and send your CV to keno.institute@gmail.com or keno@kenoinstitute.org.

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Remaining Courses for 2019

Remaining courses for 2019
Keno Institute is pleased to announce the final courses for the rest of 2019 as follows:

  • Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Workshop, November 2019 from 18th to 22nd, ZMK 3,000 or USD 450 for international participants
  • Proposal Writing for Research and Innovation Projects Workshop December 2019 from 5th to 6th; ZMK 1,650 or USD 300 for international participants
  • Qualitative Research Methods Executive Workshop, December 2019 from 9th to 13th; ZMK 3,000 or USD 450 for international participants

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2020 Calendar Of Workshops

We shall run a total of seven executive online trainings up to 31st September 2020. Please register as soon as possible to guarantee your place in your workshop of choice. The following are the trainings we shall hold:

1. ONLINE TRAINING IN MONITORING , EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY & LEARNING – 10 Days (4th MAY- 17TH MAY 2020) ZMK 2,350 $ 125 
Topics:

  • Planning, monitoring & evaluation; Performance Monitoring & Evaluation plans; Defining indicators
  • Developing Logic Frameworks/Presentation
  • Data Collection, Making Data Usable, Data for decision Making
  • Data Quality, Data Systems Assessment, Data Quality Assurance
  • Quantitative Data Analysis/Qualitative Data Analysis
  • Program Evaluation Standards/Principles of Program Evaluation
  • Adapting monitoring and evaluation to different sectors of intervention
  • Evaluation Reports : communicating findings/conclusion and recommendations
  • Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation Team Management

2. ONLINE TRAINING IN EVALUATION OF PROGRAMS, POLICIES AND SYSTEMS (24TH MAY- 5TH JUNE, 2020) ZMK 4,900 USD 270

  • The role of key performance indicators and targets, and how to incorporate them within monitoring and evaluation plans
  • Developing a Monitoring Plan that maps the routine monitoring data to be collected
  • Developing an Evaluation Plan that maps the periodic evaluation data to be collected
  • The elements that make up a Monitoring and Evaluation system and the sequence of steps and stages in developing a system
  • The importance and inter-connectedness of monitoring and evaluation functions and processes
  • Stakeholder engagement and stakeholder roles in developing the M&E system
  • Developing Program Theory – its importance in identifying anticipated change, and the underlying assumptions to be tested through the Monitoring and Evaluation system
  • Developing Program Logic – its importance in detailing the operationalisation of the theory over time through articulation of a sequential set of inputs, outputs and outcomes.

3.ONLINE TRAINING IN DEVELOPING  SYSTEM CAPABILITIES FOR DATA COLLECTION, MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS  ZMK 2,800 $ 152

Workshop Content

  • The importance and function of developing effective data collection, management and analysis processes as part of the M&E system
  • Designing and implementing data collection and management processes – qualitative and quantitative (e.g. one-time and tracking surveys, semi-structured interviews, focus groups, case studies, narrative stories, workshops, direct observation, abstractions, etc.)
  • Develop a hands-on, practical overview of data analysis
  • Developing databases in supporting effective data management and analysis
  • Evaluation capacity building requirements for data collection and analysis
  • Data integration and data synthesis
  • Applying data analysis to decision-making events
  • Understanding data collection options, qualitative, quantitative, creating visual dashboards and other
  • Explanations and demonstrations of effective data visualization tools and techniques

4.ONLINE TRAINING IN PLANNING, DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A FUNCTIONAL MONITORING AND EVALUATION SYSTEM  ZMK 2,800 $152

  • The role of key performance indicators and targets, and how to incorporate them within monitoring and evaluation plans
  • Developing a Monitoring Plan that maps the routine monitoring data to be collected
  • Developing an Evaluation Plan that maps the periodic evaluation data to be collected
  • The elements that make up a Monitoring and Evaluation system and the sequence of steps and stages in developing a system
  • The importance and inter-connectedness of monitoring and evaluation functions and processes
  • Stakeholder engagement and stakeholder roles in developing the M&E system
  • Developing Program Theory – its importance in identifying anticipated change, and the underlying assumptions to be tested through the Monitoring and Evaluation system
  • Developing Program Logic – its importance in detailing the operationalisation of the theory over time through articulation of a sequential set of inputs, outputs and outcomes.

Website: http://kenoinstitute.org/register/
Telephone: 0770346838
Email:  keno@kenoinstitute.org

PAYMENTS: 
Keno Institute, First National Bank, Commercial Branch, Lusaka. A/C No. 62635886221
Branch Code: 260001
SWIFT Code: FIRNZMLX.

Email a copy of the deposit slip or electronic transaction code to accounts@kenoinstitute.org.