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    Country: Viet Nam
    Organization: MDF Training & Consultancy
    Registration deadline: 06 Oct 2017
    Starting date: 10 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 13 Oct 2017

    Organising and developing your organisation and its people for maximum performance

    Managing Human Resources (HR) is a key function in modern organisations. HR is everyone’s responsibility with line managers playing a crucial role. As an HR professional, you provide support to other departments by strategizing, administrating, coaching and advising.

    You will review all HRM components from planning and recruitment, to staff development and outflow. You will practice your skills to be a strategic partner and support the organisation in achieving its organisational objectives.

    Course objectives

    By the end of this course, you will:

    • Have explored trends and challenges HRM
    • Understand the different roles HR professionals play in organisations, and relate this to your professional development;
    • Have updated knowledge and skills to develop and implement HRM tools - staff planning, competency management, recruitment, performance management, organisational learning, retention & outflow;
    • Know how to strategise HRM issues for enhanced organisational effectiveness and change
    • Strengthen your coaching, advising and influencing skills.

    For whom?

    HR managers and professionals, directors and line managers with HR responsibilities, and HR consultants and/or advisers.

    Course Details:

    Language: English
    Dates: 10 - 13 October 2017
    Course fee: € 760
    Country: Hanoi, Vietnam
    (The course fee includes lunch, snacks, course material and a certificate)

    Information & Assistance
    Ms. Do Thi Thanh Thuy
    Business Development and Marketing Manager
    mdfic@mdf.nl
    Tel: +84 (0)4 62584438


    How to register:

    Registration: before 6 October 2017

    Contact:mdfic@mdf.nl

    Tel: +84 (0)4 62584438
    Register Online:www.mdf.nl


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    Country: Viet Nam
    Organization: MDF Training & Consultancy
    Registration deadline: 19 Mar 2017
    Starting date: 20 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 23 Mar 2017

    Date: 20-23 March 2017

    Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

    Training Organizer: MDF Training and Consultancy - Vietnam Office

    Link event: https://mdf.nl/impact-evaluation-vietnam

    Why should attend the training?

    Contemporary development assistance places higher demands on impact accountability. Logical frameworks and sets of indicators are no longer sufficient. In this new environment, development agency staff must understand how to design and manage quality impact evaluations. They need to know what measurement methods are available, what mix is suitable, how to plan and budget, and how to specify tasks for and manage consultants doing specific technical tasks.

    What will you gain?

    · Confidence to select the right mix of methods and resources for an impact evaluation design.

    · Confidence to specify the information collecting and analysis tasks within the project (e.g. M&E system) and externally (e.g. consultant terms of reference).

    · Confidence to analyse, present and defend robust impact evaluation findings.

    For whom?

    You commission, manage or carry out project monitoring and evaluations: Government officials, department heads and programme managers; Foundation and development funders; Policy makers and programme implementers; Development practitioners and activists; local and international NGO and CSO staff; Development graduate students.


    How to register:

    Contact: mdfic@mdf.nl; 84 4 6258443 or fill in the form https://goo.gl/tD0dAT


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    Country: Viet Nam
    Organization: MDF Training & Consultancy
    Registration deadline: 12 Jun 2017
    Starting date: 13 Jun 2017
    Ending date: 16 Jun 2017

    Date: 13-16 June 2017

    Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

    Training Organizer: MDF Training and Consultancy - Vietnam Office

    Link event: https://mdf.nl/change-management-vietnam

    Why should attend the training?

    Leading change means creating clarity, transparency and predictability for those who will be affected. It also means you need to create space for establishing trust, which can be negatively affected in the change process, and to invite others to commit themselves and contribute, and have a sense of ownership of change.

    This course provides you with a practical overview of the different steps and approaches to leading and managing change in your organisation, institution or environment.

    What will you gain?

    • Know how to apply the change cycle approach in the various change management steps;
    • Know how to deal effectively with resistance and create commitment and trust;
    • Have designed the basic elements of a change management plan.

    For whom?

    This course is for professionals responsible for leading and/or supporting organisational change processes. It is also useful l for managers/ consultants providing funding or technical support to an organisation undergoing change processes, or external consultants involved in change processes.


    How to register:

    Contact: mdfic@mdf.nl; 84 4 6258443 or fill in the form https://goo.gl/yIEbYv


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    Country: Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic (the), Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Viet Nam
    Organization: MDF Training & Consultancy
    Registration deadline: 31 Jul 2017
    Starting date: 01 Aug 2017
    Ending date: 04 Aug 2017

    Date: 01-04 August 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Training Organizer: MDF Training and Consultancy - Vietnam Office

    Link event: https://mdf.nl/monitoring-evaluation-and-learning-thailand

    Why should attend the training?

    Capturing the essential quantitative and qualitative changes of your programme has become increasingly important. But how can we ensure our M&E system goes beyond proving results and enables genuine learning by all programme actors?

    This course empowers you with relevant, and participatory M&E approaches and tools to boost your organisation’s accountability, decision-making and learning practises.

    What will you gain?

    • A comprehensive understanding what is effective monitoring and evaluation and how to reflect this in your M&E plan
    • Skills to design and use key performance indicators or progress markers relevant for your programme
    • Overview of classic and emerging approaches and tools to monitor your or your partners organisational capacity
    • Opportunity to practice designing / adapting a variety of monitoring tools
    • Knowledge on impact assessments and which methodologies you can use

    For whom?

    You are a project or programme officer, an M&E officer or consultant. You are responsible for project or programme implementation and/or improving M&E practices in your organisation.


    How to register:

    Contact: mdfic@mdf.nl; 84 4 6258443 or fill in the form https://goo.gl/6xHJMJ


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: RedR UK
    Registration deadline: 20 Mar 2017
    Starting date: 03 Apr 2017
    Ending date: 05 Apr 2017

    About the Course:

    Proposal and report writing serve important functions in humanitarian agencies and are common and necessary tasks for staff in various levels and roles throughout the organisation. Nevertheless, writing proposals and reports can be challenging. The ability of NGOs to deliver aid is dependent on their access to funds, and the quality of project proposals determines whether or not funds are ultimately received. Reports must analyze the information that is presented, draw consistent conclusions, and make sensible and practical recommendations, otherwise they risk falling short of their objective.

    It is essential for the operation of humanitarian programmes that organisations have the capacity to design, write and deliver high quality project proposals and reports. This course will focus on aspects what make proposals effective and successful and will introduce participants to best practices in proposal writing and help them to develop the knowledge and skills needed to improve their efficacy in writing, presenting and defending proposals. It will also cover report writing and will equip you with skills and techniques to write clear and engaging reports that encourage the reader to take action on your recommendations.

    What does the course cover?

    • Elements of proposals and reports: structure and components
    • Tools for planning and preparation
    • Formal and informal reporting
    • Identifying proposal purpose and understanding donor requirements
    • Writing skills, including language, layout, format, structure, flow and finishing
    • Common mistakes and best practices

    By the end of the course you will be able to:

    • List the components of a proposal and organise them in a logical flow
    • Explain what makes proposals effective
    • Use tools, such as the log frame, to design proposals with clear logic
    • Adapt proposals to fit donor requirements, preferences and guidelines
    • Write clear proposals using appropriate language, layout, format and structure
    • Produce effective reports
    • Identify Common problems in reporting, learning concepts and principles on writing reports
    • Tailor a report to a target audience

    Who should attend?

    This course is aimed at programme administrators, officers, and other humanitarian staff whose roles involve producing proposals and reports for their organisation.


    How to register:

    You can apply by downloading the application form at the top of the page, or you can find out more about our courses and our booking process by contacting us at:

    middle.east@redr.org.uk

    OR

    • +962 (0) 79 13 26 873

    You can also visit us in our office in Amman or check out our website at www.redr.org.uk


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: RedR UK
    Registration deadline: 07 Aug 2017
    Starting date: 22 Aug 2017
    Ending date: 24 Aug 2017

    About the course:

    Improving the quality of humanitarian practice and ensuring the effectiveness of responses to complex emergencies is a key aim shared by humanitarian agencies. Thus, monitoring and evaluation are essential activities for any project or programme. Careful monitoring of progress against targets allows timely changes to be made to maximise impact. Evaluation ensures accountability to all parties concerned, and allows learning to be carried through to future interventions.
    This course aims to develop the competencies needed to monitor and evaluate interventions in humanitarian and development contexts. Through proactive and participatory activities, this course aims to instill a solid understanding of appropriate monitoring and evaluation tools as well as the ability to apply these tools in practice.

    What does the course cover?

    • Evidence Based Programming
    • The importance of information and knowledge in programming and decision making
    • The main principles and techniques of M&E
    • Stakeholders requirements in regard to M&E
    • Improving programmes utilising M&E results
    • Strengthening the capacities of programme staff
    • Assessing current M&E systems, identifying gaps and addressing them
    • Address the challenges in planning for and implementing M&E systems in the Middle East

    By the end of the course participants will be able to:

    • Define the concepts and purposes of monitoring and evaluation
    • Outline roles and responsibilities for monitoring and evaluation
    • Design a framework for a monitoring and evaluation system
    • Identify appropriate monitoring and evaluation techniques and tools
    • Develop a strategic plan for implementing a monitoring and evaluation system

    Who should attend?

    This course is aimed specifically at programme officers, coordinators, M&E officers, and those who are involved or participate in monitoring and evaluation activities and want to further improve their monitoring and evaluation abilities and their M&E system.


    How to register:

    You can apply by downloading the application form at the top of the page, or you can find out more about our courses and our booking process by contacting us at:

    middle.east@redr.org.uk

    OR

    • +962 (0) 79 13 26 873

    You can also visit us in our office in Amman or check out our website at www.redr.org.uk


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    Country: Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic (the), Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Viet Nam
    Organization: MDF Training & Consultancy
    Registration deadline: 10 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 11 Sep 2017
    Ending date: 14 Sep 2017

    Date: 11-14 September 2017

    Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    Training Organizer: MDF Training and Consultancy - Vietnam Office

    Link event: https://mdf.nl/result-based-management-cambodia

    Why should attend the training?

    'Doing good' no longer suffices in the development sector. Projects and programmes need to demonstrate their effectiveness and report to policy makers and the public on concrete results achieved.

    Through the Results-Based Management (RBM) approach you will learn to plan, monitor and evaluate around expected results. This will generate valuable information for decision taking and enhanced organisational performance.

    What will you gain?

    • Design, implement, monitor and evaluate a project’s results framework while ensuring transparency and accountability
    • Make better decisions throughout programme/project life cycles, based on reliable and consistent data and information
    • Know what organisational changes are required to achieve sound and sustainable results

    For whom?

    You are a programme manager, head of department or project officer working in the development sector.


    How to register:

    Contact: mdfic@mdf.nl; 84 4 6258443 or fill in the form https://goo.gl/SW6Xet u


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    Country: Viet Nam
    Organization: MDF Training & Consultancy
    Registration deadline: 09 Oct 2017
    Starting date: 10 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 13 Oct 2017

    Date: 10-13 October 2017

    Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

    Training Organizer: MDF Training and Consultancy - Vietnam Office

    Link event: https://mdf.nl/human-resource-management-vietnam

    Why should attend the training?

    Managing Human Resources (HR) is a key function in modern organisations. HR is everyone’s responsibility with line managers playing a crucial role. As an HR professional, you provide support to other departments by strategizing, administrating, coaching and advising.

    You will review all HRM components from planning and recruitment, to staff development and outflow. You will practice your skills to be a strategic partner and support the organisation in achieving its organisational objectives.

    What will you gain?

    • Have explored trends and challenges HRM
    • Understand the different roles HR professionals play in organisations, and relate this to your professional development;
    • Have updated knowledge and skills to develop and implement HRM tools - staff planning, competency management, recruitment, performance management, organisational learning, retention & outflow;
    • Know how to strategise HRM issues for enhanced organisational effectiveness and change
    • Strengthen your coaching, advising and influencing skills.

    For whom?

    HR managers and professionals, directors and line managers with HR responsibilities, and HR consultants and/or advisers.


    How to register:

    Contact: mdfic@mdf.nl; 84 4 6258443 or fill in the form https://goo.gl/G6jjjJ _


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    Country: Viet Nam
    Organization: MDF Training & Consultancy
    Registration deadline: 19 Nov 2017
    Starting date: 20 Nov 2017
    Ending date: 23 Nov 2017

    Date: 20-23 November 2017

    Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

    Training Organizer: MDF Training and Consultancy - Vietnam Office

    Link event: https://mdf.nl/making-partnerships-work-vietnam

    Why should attend the training?

    Real meaningful change cannot be achieved alone. Organisations need to team up to pool resources, stimulate innovation, influence policy makers and maximise impact. Developing healthy partnerships means developing ways of working together and mobilising energy to produce results. This course shows you how to get there.

    What will you gain?

    • Have a better understanding of critical issues in managing partnerships to identify intervention options;
    • Receive ideas and tools to help partnership decision-making and create positive dynamics between partners.
    • Practice skills related to the facilitation of partnership dynamics

    For whom?

    Anyone involved in setting up or managing partnerships, either directly as partnership manager or as a desk officer overseeing partnerships. You may be working with a network organisation, private company, larger NGOs or a governmental development organisation.


    How to register:

    Contact: mdfic@mdf.nl; 84 4 6258443 or fill in the form https://goo.gl/nvIVZd


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: Center for Resource & System Management
    Registration deadline: 10 Feb 2017
    Starting date: 09 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 11 Mar 2017

    Introduction: Sound financial management is critical to the success of all types of development projects and should take account of project systems and country systems for financial management. The objective of this training is to enable the participants to better manage the financial and cost aspects of the development projects. This training will promote a better understanding of cost behavior, implications of financial decision and various aspects of project financial management in special context of humanitarian environment.

    Objectives:

    After attending this training, participants will be able to:

    • Adopt appropriate systems for managing projects and finances
    • Produce financial plans and project financial accounts and reports
    • Evaluate risks and establish the appropriate financial control environment

    Training Contents:

    Introduction to Financial Management

    • Learning Objectives
    • Introduction of Financial Terms
    • What is financial Management?
    • Objectives of Financial Management
    • The Tools of Financial Management

    Project budget and analysis of budgeted costs

    • The Financial Planning Process
    • Types of Budget
    • Budget Structures
    • Approaches to Budgeting
    • The Budgeting Process
    • The Challenge of Core Costs
    • Spending plans
    • The Challenge of Multiple Donor Programs
    • Exercise

    Financial Monitoring and Indicators

    • Managing The budgetary spending
    • Investigating differences from the budget (Budget Vs Actual Report)
    • What is Budget Vs Actual Report
    • How often are these reports generated?
    • What To Look For getting back on track
    • Amount of Variances
    • Trend of Variances
    • What the Variances Really Mean
    • Managing Cash Flows

    Internal controls and control activities

    • Managing Internal Risk
    • Risk assessment and project financial risk management

    Financial Reporting

    • The Annual Accounts
    • Management Reporting
    • Presenting Reports
    • Reporting to Donor Agencies
    • Reporting to Beneficiaries

    Risk Management

    • Managing Internal Risk
    • Risk assessment and project financial risk management
    • Risk Mapping
    • Exchange Risk Management

    Duration & Venue: March 09 to 11, 2017 (Thursday to Saturday) Beirut - Lebanon

    Registration Deadline: February 10, 2017

    Training Fee (Excluding VAT):

    • Local NGOs/CBOs (Lebanon & Syrian) $ 390
    • Int’l NGOs/Donor & UN agencies (Lebanon & Syrian) $ 490
    • All types of organizations (Other Countries) $ 890

    How to register:

    In-House Training: CRSM also offers this training for your organization as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customized for your organizations’ specific needs. To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +92-51-222 4860 or mail to training@crsmanagement.net

    How to be registered? Please download the registration form from the link and send its soft copy to training@crsmanagement.net. Our correspondent will contact you for further processing. By submitting the registration form, you are agreeing to CRSM's Cancellation Policy and Terms of Conditions

    For Further Information, Please Contact:

    Phone: +92(51) 222 4860 Email: training@crsmanagement.net Website: www.crsmanagement.net


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: Center for Resource & System Management
    Registration deadline: 10 Feb 2017
    Starting date: 09 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 11 Mar 2017

    Introduction: This training course includes Monitoring and Evaluation Concepts, Tools and Strategies for Social Sector Programs. The training material covered will assist in building monitoring and evaluation capacity in the social sector, through the exposure of participants to modules of training and the transfer of knowledge by these persons to others in their peers and colleagues.

    Training Contents:

    • Module 1: Defining the Concepts of Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Module 2: Programs Planning and Design
    • Module 3: Planning a Useful Evaluation
    • Module 4: Evaluation Design
    • Module 5: Data Collection and Analysis

    Training Methodology:

    With respect to the didactical approach adopted, the trainer will divide the class of participants into small groups that will work together to put into practice the steps of Monitoring & Evaluation.

    Objectives of the Training: Following are specific objectives of this training:

    • A good understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) concepts, tools and strategies.
    • Basic knowledge about program design, especially how to define SMART objectives and how to identify indicators that are appropriate.
    • Understanding of data collection methods, data analysis and preparation of final evaluation reports.
    • The use of evaluation findings to foster organizational learning, transparency and accountability. .

    Course Language: Arabic

    Duration & Venue: March 09 to 11, 2017 (Thursday to Saturday) Beirut - Lebanon

    Registration Deadline: February 10, 2017

    Training Fee (Excluding VAT):

    • Local NGOs/CBOs (Lebanon & Syrian) $ 390
    • Int’l NGOs/Donor & UN agencies (Lebanon & Syrian) $ 490
    • All types of organizations (Other Countries) $ 890

    How to register:

    In-House Training: CRSM also offers this training for your organization as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customized for your organizations’ specific needs. To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +92-51-222 4860 or mail to training@crsmanagement.net

    How to be registered? Please download the registration form from the link and send its soft copy to training@crsmanagement.net. Our correspondent will contact you for further processing. By submitting the registration form, you are agreeing to CRSM's Cancellation Policy and Terms of Conditions

    For Further Information, Please Contact:

    Phone: +92(51) 222 4860 Email: training@crsmanagement.net Website: www.crsmanagement.net


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: Center for Resource & System Management
    Registration deadline: 10 Feb 2017
    Starting date: 13 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 15 Mar 2017

    Introduction: Proposal is an essential marketing document that helps cultivate an initial professional relationship between an organization and a donor over a project to be implemented. This training is designed to prepare an entire group to prepare proposals that win contracts. It focuses on both the clear writing and the business aspects of proposal writing. This training will immediately give your group the direction and organization needed to tackle the work involved in responding to different donors.

    Training Contents:

    Concept note and Expression of Interest

    Proposal Writing: A Conceptual Clarity

    • Proposal Classification
    • Components of Project Proposal
    • Proposal Credentials
    • Key elements for the victorious proposal

    How to read and understand RFP?

    • Key Objectives
    • Key benefits
    • Specifications

    Problem Analysis

    Steps before you write:

    • Gathering background information
    • Thinking about the target audience
    • Building coalitions
    • Other considerations

    Logical Frame Work Analysis

    Structure of the Proposal

    • Implementation Strategy
    • Management Structure
    • PMP (Performance Monitoring Plan)

    Sustainability
    Work Plan / Time Line
    Financial Plan/ Budgeting

    Training Methodology:With respect to the didactical approach adopted, the trainer will divide the class of participants into small groups that will work together to put into practice the steps of proposal development. These steps include the careful and proper analysis of the call for proposal; the formulation of the general and specific objectives of the project proposal, the division of roles among the different project partners to respond to the call for proposals.

    Objectives of the Training:At the end of the course, participants will become much familiar with proposal writing mechanisms and able to take the maximum advantage of funding opportunities. Participants will create or strengthen their competencies in building a balanced project proposal budget and design successful project proposals to respond to the calls.

    Course Language: Arabic

    Duration & Venue: March 13 to 15, 2017 (Monday to Wednesday) Beirut - Lebanon


    How to register:

    In-House Training: CRSM also offers this training for your organization as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customized for your organizations’ specific needs. To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +92-51-222 4860 or mail to training@crsmanagement.net

    How to be registered? Please download the registration form from the link and send its soft copy to training@crsmanagement.net. Our correspondent will contact you for further processing. By submitting the registration form, you are agreeing to CRSM's Cancellation Policy and Terms of Conditions

    For Further Information, Please Contact:

    Phone: +92(51) 222 4860 Email: training@crsmanagement.net Website: www.crsmanagement.net


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: Center for Resource & System Management
    Registration deadline: 10 Feb 2017
    Starting date: 13 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 15 Mar 2017

    Introduction: MS Excel is a powerful and widely used tool that helps people analyze information to make more informed decisions. Using Office Excel, you can share and manage your analysis and insight with coworkers, customers, and partners with greater confidence. Find the tools you want when you need them using the results-oriented Office Fluent user interface in MS Excel. Based on the job you need to accomplish, whether it's creating a table or writing a formula, MS Excel presents the appropriate commands when you need them.

    Training Contents:

    • Inserting Formula
    • Advanced financial functions
    • Advanced statistical & mathematical functions
    • Advanced logical and reference functions
    • Advanced date & time functions
    • Advanced tools for data base management
    • Conditional formatting
    • Goal seek functions
    • Pivot table and Chart
    • Formula auditing
    • Scenarios
    • Data validation
    • Import data
    • Consolidate function
    • Multiple “if”
    • Macro Basics
    • Dashboard Techniques

    Duration & Venue:** March 13 to 15, 2017 (Monday to Wednesday) Beirut - Lebanon


    How to register:

    In-House Training: CRSM also offers this training for your organization as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customized for your organizations’ specific needs. To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +92-51-222 4860 or mail to training@crsmanagement.net

    How to be registered? Please download the registration form from the link and send its soft copy to training@crsmanagement.net. Our correspondent will contact you for further processing. By submitting the registration form, you are agreeing to CRSM's Cancellation Policy and Terms of Conditions

    For Further Information, Please Contact:

    Phone: +92(51) 222 4860 Email: training@crsmanagement.net Website: www.crsmanagement.net


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: Center for Resource & System Management
    Registration deadline: 10 Feb 2017
    Starting date: 16 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 18 Mar 2017

    Introduction: Project management is the science and art of organizing the components of a project. The growing awareness of project management has led a number of organizations actively addressing planning & management dimensions before launching the projects. Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to meet the project requirements.

    Training Contents:

    • Introduction
    • Project Selection
    • Integration Management
    • Scope Management
    • Time Management
    • Cost Management
    • Risk Management
    • Quality Management
    • Procurement Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Communications Management
    • Professional Responsibility
    • Proposal Development
    • Lessons learned reporting

    Training Methodology:

    With respect to the didactical approach adopted, the trainer will divide the class of participants into small groups that will work together to put into practice the steps of Project Management.

    Course Language : Arabic

    Duration & Venue: March 16 to 18, 2017 (Thursday to Saturday) Beirut - Lebanon


    How to register:

    In-House Training: CRSM also offers this training for your organization as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customized for your organizations’ specific needs. To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +92-51-222 4860 or mail to training@crsmanagement.net

    How to be registered? Please download the registration form from the link and send its soft copy to training@crsmanagement.net. Our correspondent will contact you for further processing. By submitting the registration form, you are agreeing to CRSM's Cancellation Policy and Terms of Conditions

    For Further Information, Please Contact:

    Phone: +92(51) 222 4860 Email: training@crsmanagement.net Website: www.crsmanagement.net


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: Center for Resource & System Management
    Registration deadline: 10 Feb 2017
    Starting date: 16 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 18 Mar 2017

    Introduction: Procurement is one of the most risky areas in NGO’s management which is often abused. It requires highest level of attention by the management in terms of ensuring internal controls and taking best value for money.

    This training will cover critical aspects of Procurement Management with in the environment of donors’ funded humanitarian projects with practical and real life examples and mockups.

    Training Contents:

    • Objectives of a procurement policy
    • Procurement Planning and Budgeting
    • Different stages of Procurement
    • Fraud Management
    • Paperwork required

    Duration & Venue: March 16 to 18, 2017 (Thursday to Saturday) Beirut - Lebanon- See more at: http://www.crsmanagement.net/Training-Detail?training=30/202/Efficient-Procurement-Management-in-NGOs-(LB-PRM-160317)#sthash.RFYOb9Qd.dpuf


    How to register:

    In-House Training: CRSM also offers this training for your organization as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customized for your organizations’ specific needs. To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +92-51-222 4860 or mail to training@crsmanagement.net

    How to be registered? Please download the registration form from the link and send its soft copy to training@crsmanagement.net. Our correspondent will contact you for further processing. By submitting the registration form, you are agreeing to CRSM's Cancellation Policy and Terms of Conditions

    For Further Information, Please Contact:

    Phone: +92(51) 222 4860 Email: training@crsmanagement.net Website: www.crsmanagement.net


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: MzN International
    Registration deadline: 26 Mar 2017
    Starting date: 02 Apr 2017
    Ending date: 05 Apr 2017

    This course builds your proposal writing skills and know-how of donor policies, procurement mechanisms and preferences. In this participative workshop, you will develop all aspects of your business development work, from identifying funding opportunities to executing a final successful proposal. This course delivers the essential skills and know-how to diversify and increase your organisation's funding base.

    Day 1:

    • Donor trends and regional preferences
    • Finding and evaluating funding opportunities
    • New forms of funding and how to develop them
    • Mapping the funding landscape in your country

    Day 2:

    • Stages of donor procurement
    • Writing a convincing concept note
    • Logical frameworks for effective project planning

    Day 3:

    • Guest speaker from donor agency
    • Writing budgets that win

    Day 4:

    • Effective writing techniques
    • Building consortia
    • Engaging and networking with donors
    • Proposal writing "dos" and "don'ts"

    MZN International approaches feedback a little differently. We maintain an open and transparent policy, freely available here http://mzninternational.com/how-good-is-our-training-really/


    How to register:

    This is an open course, and registration is thus available for all NGO, government, or private sector staff. Those who are interested can reserve their place through our website or via email: training@mzninternational.com

    Group booking discounts are available. If you are looking to train multiple staff at this time, get in touch and negotiate a special package.


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    Country: Viet Nam
    Organization: MDF Training & Consultancy
    Registration deadline: 19 Mar 2017
    Starting date: 20 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 23 Mar 2017

    Date: 20-23 March 2017

    Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

    Training Organizer: MDF Training and Consultancy - Vietnam Office

    Why should attend the training?

    Contemporary development assistance places higher demands on impact accountability. Logical frameworks and sets of indicators are no longer sufficient. In this new environment, development agency staff must understand how to design and manage quality impact evaluations. They need to know what measurement methods are available, what mix is suitable, how to plan and budget, and how to specify tasks for and manage consultants doing specific technical tasks.

    What will you gain?

    · Confidence to select the right mix of methods and resources for an impact evaluation design.

    · Confidence to specify the information collecting and analysis tasks within the project (e.g. M&E system) and externally (e.g. consultant terms of reference).

    · Confidence to analyse, present and defend robust impact evaluation findings.

    For whom?

    You commission, manage or carry out project monitoring and evaluations: Government officials, department heads and programme managers; Foundation and development funders; Policy makers and programme implementers; Development practitioners and activists; local and international NGO and CSO staff; Development graduate students.


    How to register:

    Contact: mdfic@mdf.nl; 84 4 6258443 or fill in the form https://goo.gl/tD0dAT


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: Danish Refugee Council

    HEAT course

    The overall objective of the HEAT course is to prepare participants to understand and react to safety and security issues in hostile and/or hazardous environments. Participants will be trained to recognize and avoid potential threats and respond appropriately.

    Participants will be trained to recognize and mitigate potential threats and respond appropriately to various safety incidents. During the HEAT course participants will learn techniques on how to take control of chaos through classroom sessions, practical exercises and live scenarios.

    Course elements include (among other subjects):

    • Mental Health and Wellbeing
    • Safety Risk Management System (SRMS)
    • Personal Safety – Mitigation and Response to Threats
    • Safety Management Tools
    • Radio and Phone Communications
    • Travel, Convoy & Vehicle Safety
    • Driving ín Hostile Environments
    • Coping with Capture
    • Negotiation and Humanitarian Access
    • Mine and UXO Awareness
    • Introduction to Trauma Management Through our Global safety trainers and collaboration with external technical specialists we have built up an extremely strong capacity in the delivery of Hazardous Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) and First Responder courses. We have now more than 6 years experience conducting safety trainings in Lebanon.

    How to register:

    To sign up pleaseuse the following email:safetytraining.lebanon@drc.dk

    Course Dates & Registration details

    Courses that are planned in Lebanon:

    March: 23th-26th and 30th-2nd April*

    May: 4th-7th and 11th-14th*

    September: 7th-10th and 14th-17th*

    October: 12th-15th and 19th-22nd*


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    Country: Lebanon
    Organization: Danish Refugee Council
    Registration deadline: 19 Mar 2017
    Starting date: 20 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 21 Mar 2017

    DRC First Responder Course:

    -Hygiene

    -Personal safety on the scene

    -Techniques for moving and handling casualties

    -Life-saving First Aid (CPR/AED)

    -Catastrophic bleeding control

    -Airway managment

    -Heat disorder (from sun stroke to hyperthermia and dehydration)

    -Recognizing and breaking shock

    -Stress management

    -First Aid bag Burns

    -Emergency medicine

    Humanitarian work can be challenging and aid workers are often far from quality emergency medical care – participants attending DRC courses receive up-to-date knowledge and training in basic emergency life support medical care until arriving at a clinic or hospital including training blending tactical combat casualty care and tactical trauma life support approaches. Participants are taught to assess an emergency scene, control bleeding, apply splints, support an airway, and perform CPR and other basic life support skills.

    Being operational in Lebanon, DRC will be providing a First Responder course. It is a 2 days training, delivered by a highly qualified trainer, following an algorithm according to internationally recognised standards of American Heart Association and the European Resuscitation Council (ERC).


    How to register:

    Course will take place in Lebanon – 20th and 21st of March. To sign up please use the following email: safetytraining.lebanon@drc.dk


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