VENUE
Colombo Plan Staff College
Bldg. C, Department of Education Complex,
Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
 TARGET NO. OF PARTICIPANTS
10 to 25
 PARTICIPANTS' PROFILE
Officials from government ministries/departments, project agencies, and other institutions overseeing the planning and implementation of TVET projects

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) can be effective tools to enhance the quality of project planning and management. Monitoring helps project managers to understand whether the projects are progressing in schedule and to ensure that project inputs, activities, outputs and external factors are proceeding as planned. Evaluation can be a tool to help project managers assess to what extent the projects have achieved the objectives set forth in the project documents.

Monitoring and evaluation are used by educational institutions worldwide to improve school systems and educational results, and can play a vital role in all-inclusive education transformation. Education managers at all levels can benefit from applying the planning, monitoring and evaluation cycle. Monitoring and evaluation can help educational transformation programs define and measure quality indicators and measures of the education transformation process, gauge progress toward desired educational outcomes, increase stakeholder participation, and empower school managers/leaders and teachers to build and sustain transformation in schools. As each educational system is distinctive, evaluators should be prepared to vary their evaluation approach based on program purpose and context.

This program deals with Quality Assurance System in an Educational System though Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation. This program aims to determine the relevance and fulfillment of objectives, development efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability. An evaluation should provide information that is credible and useful, enabling the incorporation of lessons learned into the decision making process of both recipients and donors in particular on education projects or programs.

The program aims for the participants to:

  • Design and implement new or improved sustainable M&E System as essential part of the Result Based Management RBM for an Enterprise, in general, or a TVET Institution (Institute, College, Centre, School, etc.) in particular;
  • Set up an effective monitoring system as part of the quality assured programs;
  • Recognize that M&E is an integral part of the education system programs;
  • Discuss how a Result Based Monitoring & Evaluation (RBM&E) System is increasing accountability, transparency and enhancing the effectiveness of managing a TVET Institution;
  • Explain how to conduct stakeholder and organizational analysis and Identify key success areas and performance indicators for TVET Institutions' projects and programs; and
  • Prepare Monitoring and Evaluation Plan.

This program will cover the following contents:

Forum: Monitoring and Evaluation in TVET Institutions and Educational System

Theme Papers:

  • Theme Paper 1: An overview of M & E in TVET or an Educational Institutions
  • Theme Paper 2: Building a Sustainable Result Based Monitoring & Evaluation RBM&E System in TVET and Educational Institutions
  • Theme Paper 3: Develop M & E Plan (stakeholders analysis, communication and risk assessment)
  • Theme Paper 4: M & E Tools and Techniques in TVET and Educational Programs and Projects
  • Theme Paper 5: Results Based M&E Management Systems towards Quality Assured TVET Education System
  • Theme Paper 6: Management of M & E (HRD, execution, analysis of result, reporting, feedback)

Group Work Activity:

Workshop 1: Prepare M&E Plan

Different instructional methodologies will be utilized for this program. Some of these methodologies are listed below:

  • Face to face lectures
  • Group and Individual tasks
  • Workshops and exercises
  • Role playing and presentations
  • Case Scenario
  • Study Visits
Category USD PhP Inclusions
A
$450
P23,500
  • Training materials
  • Lunch and AM/PM snacks from January 21 – 25, 2019
B
$850
P44,000
  • Training materials
  • Single Occupancy Accommodation at the CPSC hostel from January 20 (2 P.M.) to January 26 (noon)
  • All meals from January 20 - 25 and January 26 (Breakfast)
  • Airport transfers
C
$750
P39,000
  • Training materials
  • Double Occupancy Accommodation at the CPSC hostel from January 20 (2 P.M.) to January 26 (noon)
  • All meals from January 20 - 25 and January 26 (Breakfast)
  • Airport transfers
D
$1,030
P53,500
  • Training materials
  • Single Occupancy Accommodation at the CPSC hostel from January 20 (2 P.M.) to January 27 (noon)
  • All meals from January 20 - 26 and January 27 (Breakfast)
  • Transportation and entrance fee to a beach resort
  • Airport transfers
E
$910
P47,300
  • Training materials
  • Double Occupancy Accommodation at the CPSC hostel from January 20 (2 P.M.) to January 27 (noon)
  • All meals from January 20 - 26 and January 27 (Breakfast)
  • Transportation and entrance fee to a beach resort
  • Airport transfers
Note: Accommodation Includes free wifi in all rooms and common areas, airconditioner, hot/cold shower, cable TV, and welcome fruits and drinks

Registration is on a first come first served basis. A letter of confirmation will be sent once the minimum ten (10) participants is met on or before December 21, 2018. Please note that a full-payment is necessary to confirm your attendance to the program.

If there is insufficient number of participants, CPSC reserves the right to reschedule the training. If there is schedule conflict after movement of dates or force majeure, CPSC will reimburse the total amount received from the participant. Should the participant wish to withdraw from a confirmed program, the payment may be used to attend other programs advertised via CPSC website or 50% of the total amount may be reimbursed.

If any organization would like to conduct this program solely for their group, CPSC may prepare and send a customized program proposal, with some cost adjustment.

Payments may be done through Bank Transfer:


Payee: Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education
Address: Bldg. C Department of Education Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Bank Current Account No: 492566700042
Bank Name: Philippine National Bank
Bank Address: G/F Westar Bldg., 611 Shaw Blvd., Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Payee: Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education
Address: Bldg. C Department of Education Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Bank Current Account No: 142985100012
Bank Name: Philippine National Bank
Bank Address: G/F Westar Bldg., 611 Shaw Blvd., Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM
For more information, please contact the:
Projects and Consultancy Division
Colombo Plan Staff College
Bldg. C, Department of Education Complex, Meralco Avenue,
Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel No (Trunkline): (+63-2) 631-0991, 93 to 95
Tel No (Direct Line): (+63-2) 631-0996
E-mail: pcdapacc@cpsctech.org

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