Results-Based Management Thinking Tools including the Logical Framework Approach (online course)
This self-paced online course provides basic training on a range of ‘thinking tools’ that facilitate Results-Based Management (RBM).
The course is not purely academic or theoretical. It is designed to support practitioners with simple practical approaches and advice for designing, managing and assessing results-oriented projects, programmes and organisational performance. A major component of this training is the Logical Framework Approach (LFA).
- Delivery method: Online
- Length: 20 learning hours online
- Certification: After passing the multi-choice test at the end, a certificate of completion will be issued from the University of Wolverhampton.
Individual cost to take this course is £250. Group discounts are available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about your group enrolment.
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.
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).
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
Most of the modules include interactive exercises and scenario-based quizzes, including a case study, to help participants check their learning.