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Project Management Training
In a recent survey report on learning needs assessment for Global Alliance of Road safety NGOs, many NGOs indicated an understanding of the link between demonstrated impact and successful fundraising. However, some NGOs expressed challenges on how to plan and manage projects in order to provide desired outcomes and sustainable long term impact. This training is meant to provide you with useful techniques to successfully plan/implement/manage your road safety projects. It will equip you with knowledge on logical framework approach to project management and provide you with a set of tools that will enable you to become more accountable in carrying out your road safety initiatives.
Course Details
Duration and date: 1 day training, taking place on 2 April 2017
Who is this course for: English speaking participants, NGOs with little or no experience in project management
More details: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B-tiVw1CPXcNYmh0UUJGZVZPd1U
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Your Organization Name
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Country
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Have you ever attended any training in project management?
Name two qualities you would want to develop or improve in this training
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Read the following descriptions of project management areas and assess your current competency level for each. Place an “X” for each statement in one of the boxes on the right.
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Understanding of the project cycle
Preparation of project documents
Conducting stakeholder analysis
Conducting problem analysis
Defining objectives
In case you have signed up to multiple trainings please prioritize them below
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