CIDT Online Courses
Online learning is a cost-effective way for participants in diverse locations to be trained at their own pace.
CIDT online courses can serve as a stand-alone training or can be combined with face-to-face training – and are especially valuable as part of a Training of Trainers or a facilitated workshop to deliver a real product, such as a Logical Framework or a Project Funding Proposal.
Online Results-Based Management/LogFrame course
The video on the right gives you an insight into our online course in Results-Based Management (RBM) Thinking Tools, including the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) and the online course services we offer.
This online course provides basic training on a range of ‘thinking tools’ that facilitate RBM. It is not purely academic or theoretical. Rather, it was designed to support development practitioners with simple practical approaches and advice for designing, managing and assessing results-oriented projects, programmes and organizational performance. A major component of this training the LFA, because the LogFrame is a key tool for RBM. This e-learning programme consists of ten modules, which provide an overview of RBM and cover the ‘seven steps’ of designing and planning for new projects or programmes in a results-oriented manner. It introduces key tools that can be used at various steps, including Stakeholder Analysis, Problem and Objectives Trees, Risk Analysis, LogFrames, Workplans and Budgets. Most of the modules include interactive exercises and scenario-based quizzes, including a case study, to help participants check their learning.
On completion of the course, participants will:
- Understand the relationship between Results Based Management (RBM) and the Logical Framework Approach (LFA)
- Understand the ‘logic’ of the results chain within Theories of Change
- Be familiar with RBM and LFA terminology
- Be able to use a range of ‘RBM thinking tools’, including being able to develop a basic LogFrame
- Appreciate the LogFrame as a participatory process rather than just an end product (matrix).
Individual cost to take this course is £290 (access for 6 weeks). Group discounts are available. Click the ‘register’ button for more details..
Please note: Once you have made your payment we will add you to the course and send you your login details. This may take up to 2 working days.
What our online students say…
The following are quotes from ‘master trainers’ from International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) hosted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), January 2016.
“The pace was good and allowed for reflection at critical points for enhanced learning.”
“User friendly course and very good preparation for face-to-face learning. Fairly comprehensive in scope and interactive to some extent.”
“Ensures group comes to the face-to-face training with same knowledge and background. Self-paced. Can be done several times.”
“The online course is is simple, not too time consuming and gives a good general overview. It also uses some very practical examples.”
Online Course Services for Organisations
- Provide access to our ready-made online course in Results-Based Management Thinking Tools for your staff or stakeholders;
- Reformat our CIDT RBM online course in your organisational branding as an in-house training resource, which can be hosted in your internal IT platform;
- Tailor our existing CIDT RBM course to your organisational context, to provide an in-house RBM programme with tailored modules, including terminologies and examples specific to your organisational context;
- Create a bespoke course that is uniquely designed to your specifications on any topic required, using a range of platforms and software with varying levels of user interaction;
- Develop bespoke training packages to meet organisational needs, pairing online modules, with delivery of face-to-face modules in technical, skills or Management for Development Results (MfDR);
- Conduct training needs analysis and assessment to support any of the above.
- Provide virtual coaching and technical assistance as follow-up to participants, in order to answer specific questions and/or review training products (i.e., draft LogFrames or project proposals) and provide expert input for improving them.