Evaluation, Reporting, Capacity Building, National Budget Circular 565, DBM (Department of Budget and Management), DILG (Department of the Interior and Local Government), LGUs (Local Government Units), Infrastructure Projects, RBM (Results-Based Management), International Standards, Benchmarking, Program and Project Management, Project Planning, Government Programs and Propjects, Government Agencies

IBP in Results-Based Monitoring & Evaluation of Government Programs and Projects



Training investment is inclusive of an e-certificate and a printed learning material

P 12,880.00 / person - when you register and pay on or before August 18

P 15,880.00 / person - Regular Rate

*Optional:
Add 450 for a printed copy of a certificate of completion inclusive of delivery charge


DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2024 * 9:00AM TO 12:00NN | ZOOM
DAY 2: THURSDAY,    SEPTEMBER 19, 2024 * 9:00AM TO 12:00NN | ZOOM
DAY 3: FRIDAY,          SEPTEMBER 20, 2024 * 9:00AM TO 12:00NN | ZOOM
DAY 4: MONDAY,       SEPTEMBER 23, 2024 * 1:30PM TO   4:45PM | ZOOM
DAY 5: TUESDAY,       SEPTEMBER 24, 2024 * 1:30PM TO   4:45PM | ZOOM
DAY 6: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2024 * 1:30PM TO   4:45PM | ZOOM


This capacity building training is to guide all government institutions in strengthening the results-based monitoring, evaluation and reporting of all government programs and projects as mandated by DBM in its National Budget Circular 565.  It is also to address the issues, gaps, and challenges presently encountered in its implementation by providing participants with global best practices and international standards that are very useful for benchmarking and real-world applications.

This pioneering learning event is also aligned with the policies and guidelines set forth by the DILG in the exercise of its supervisory powers to monitor and evaluate the performance of the LGUs in the implementation and management of all infrastructure projects through the use of Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation Systems.  



Course Director & Lecturer



Ms. Alicia C Manuel CRFA, CICA, JD


She was with COA for 31 years as an auditor assigned to various branches of government including DILG, Bureau of Fire Protection and NAPOLCOM among others. While at COA, she was seconded to international organizations as an international consultant to World Bank, Asian Development Bank and AusAid to monitor large scale projects in various countries.

She is the author of the Handbook on AFP Internal Auditors, 2017 and the Internal Audit Manual Province of Negros Occidental, 2019. She regularly lectures on Management Audit and Baseline Assessment Report and addressing COA challenges with the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine Army, Philippine Navy and Philippine Airforce among many others. She is also a consultant at the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGeps).

Who Should Attend?


  • Everyone involved in the RBME of programs and projects in ALL government institutions including:

    — National Government Agencies
    — Local Government Units
    — GOCCs and its JV partners
    — GFIs, SUCs, LUCs
    — Local Water Utilities
    — Local Economic Enterprises created by the LGUs
    — All other concerned government employees / public officials (including Technical Officers) involved in RBME of programs, projects, strategy planning, and policy-making.

Course Outline


The course provides the essential knowledge to deliver and support the monitoring and evaluation requirements of continuously improving the delivery of government programs and projects. The learning process identifies, analyze, and apply the required standards that determine the principles, organization, methodology, and documentation of monitoring and evaluation function of program and project management.

The knowledge that participants will gain from this training are all based on global best practices and international standards that are very useful for benchmarking and real- world applications.

This capacity building training is to guide all government institutions in strengthening the results-based monitoring and evaluation reporting as mandated by DBM in its National Budget Circular 565. It is also to address the issues, gaps, and challenges presently encountered in its implementation.

Course Objectives:

1. To understand the program and project management context of monitoring and evaluation.


2. To determine, describe, document and demonstrate the monitoring cycle and evaluation cycle, and the associate activities of achieving the monitoring and evaluation objectives.

3. To create the monitoring and evaluation framework and the related tools to deliver the reporting requirements.

4. To improve management effectiveness and accountability by defining realistic expected results; monitoring progress toward the achievement of expected results; integrating lessons learned into management decisions; policymaking, and reporting on performance.


TOPICS:

Day 1

1. Monitoring and Evaluation for Results:

  • What is Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E)?
  • Areas of focus:
  • Basic Concepts of Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Monitoring from a Results-Based Management (RBM) Perspective
  • Other Monitoring considerations
  • Difference between traditional M & E and RBM

 
2. What is RBME? Why is it useful in project planning? What are the key tools used?

  • Brief summary: This module introduces participants to the basic concepts and approaches to RBME as an approach for planning, managing and monitoring for results.

 

Areas of focus:

  • RBME Principles, Concepts and Components
  • What are the results? Activities vs. Results
  • What is result-based management?
  • Why do we follow result-based management?

 

    Group exercise

    Group presentation

 

Day 2

  • The Concept of Results Chain (outputs, outcomes and impacts)
  • Common Elements of RBME

       Group exercise

       Group presentation

 

  • RBME and Program Cycle Management


Area of Focus:

Project Cycle Management with respect to RBME

Research methodologies

  • Needs assessment
  • Group exercise
  • Group presentation
  • Problem tree analysis
  • Group exercise
  • Group presentation
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Group exercise
  • Group presentation

 

Role of Risk and Assumption in the Project

Risk and Assumption Mapping

Group exercise

Group presentation

 

Day 3

 

  • What are the Indicators?
  • Designing Results-Based Indicators
  • Designing Global-Level Indicators
  • Designing Key Performance Indicators and Evidence

       Group exercise

       Group presentation

 

  • Concept of Theory of Change (TOC)
  • Developing Theory of Change (TOC)
  • Clubbing Theory of Change in project designing
  • Utilizing Theory of Change (TOC)

       Group exercise

       Group presentation

 

Day 4

  • What is M and E plan in the context of RBME?
  • What are M and E Frameworks?
  • Developing M and E Frameworks

       Group exercise

       Group presentation

 

  • Developing Project Plans of Activities
  • Tracking of Activities Tools

       Group exercise

       Group presentation

 

Day 5

  • What is Evaluation?
  • Evaluation Techniques
  • Defining Key Evaluation Questions
  • How to Utilize Learning for Improvements
  • Sharing Learning with Key Stakeholders
  • Strengthened Knowledge Management

Group exercise

Group presentation

  

Day 6

  • Methodological Considerations
  • Data Gathering Methodologies
  • Quantitative Tools
  • Qualitative Tools

       Group exercise

       Group presentation

 

  • Define Quality and Accountability.
  • Ensuring Quality and Accountability into Project Cycle Management

       Group exercise

       Group presentation

 

  • Communicating the Results (Discussion)


Attendees from the government are exempted from the P2,000.00 limit set by COA for attending training provided by the private sector based on Department of Budget and Management Circular No. 563 dated April 22, 2016.

Attending this training is not covered by Philippine Procurement Law or RA 9184 based on its Revised IRR’s Section 4.5-b. which classifies training continuing education, conferences and similar activities as "non-procurement activities that shall be governed by applicable COA, CSC, and DBM rules".
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