DETPA is a contextually relevant, practice-based M&E programme that aims to promote evidence-informed decision-making for sustainable socio-economic development. The programme aims to build a community of M&E professionals equipped with skills, knowledge and tools, which are fit-for-purpose to address local and global development challenges. This is achieved via a combination of theory and practice based approaches aimed at stimulating interactive participation, critical reflection and debate. Participants have the option to enroll in a track or individual modules.
There are two tracks:
- Fundamentals Track -- is for professionals looking to enhance their expertise in M&E. Course modules include: Introduction to Result Based Management, Problem Analysis, Theory of Change, Result Framework, and other evaluation basics.
- Advanced Track -- reviews advanced evaluation methods and explores M&E and development in Africa from a "Made in Africa” perspective. Modules include: Result Based Management, Problem Analysis, and building a Theory of Change, Results Framework and other evaluation topics.
When: 2 to 13 September 2019
Where: Wits School of Governance, Johannesburg, South Africa
Cost: R 28 000 (per track) or 6800 (per module)