All Roads Lead To CapeTown.

The International Institute for Local Development (IILD) and its partners invite you to participate in two highly professional and specialized courses on the following topics: Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation and Partnership Brokering.

The sessions will take place next October at the heart of the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa, and will feature recognized international trainers. Whether you work in the private sector, an NGO, government department, donor agency, the UN or other development organization, these courses present a unique opportunity to augment knowledge, network and drive your career forward.

View from the northern CBD towards Table Mount...

For more details on each course please see below.

Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation
Workshop 1: October 21-25, 2013

Workshop 2: October 28-November 1, 2013

This five-day course is intended to provide an overview of results-based monitoring and evaluation methods with practical applications of tools and methods. This course will provide participants with M&E tools, techniques and resources needed for planning, organizing, and/or managing programs and projects. Resources for further study and research in the M&E field will be provided.  

Due to limited space, you are advised to get your application in promptly to avoid disappointment. To download the course brochure or application form, please click here.


Partnership Brokers Level 1 Training:

Course dates: 14, 15, 17, 18 October 2013

A 4-day training course for those brokering multi-stakeholder partnerships. There is a growing demand worldwide from all sectors for greater competence in scoping and managing the partnering process in non-traditional partnerships and cross-sector collaboration. Established in 2003, this globally recognised partnership brokers training scheme builds the practical brokering skills and professional practices necessary to address complex challenges in the partnering process at all phases of a partnership’s life cycle.

A partnership ‘broker’ is someone who works as an intermediary building effective and innovative collaboration. Partnership brokers can be either internal – responsible for negotiating or managing partnerships on behalf of their organisation – or external – those offering independent partnership brokering services.
Due to limited space, you are advised to get your application in promptly to avoid disappointment. To download the course brochure or application form, please click here.

IILD aims to provide useful training courses which benefit you, your development partners and program recipients. If you have any questions or comments about the courses, please send an email to info@iildev.org.

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