Date(s) - 30/04/2021 - 14/05/2021
Training held April 30-May 14, 2021
COVID-19 is upending our daily lives and how we typically work. This can provide both challenges & opportunities. There is a need to retool, retrofit and adapt current and future programmes to better respond both in the short and long term to shocks, stresses and health hazards. This workshop will help you to more effectively design, monitor and evaluate your programs to face various layers & structures of adversity: climate crisis, pandemics like COVID-19, and growing structural inequities that exacerbate vulnerabilities.
Take a step and join us in this adventure into remote digital collaboration and get inspired for the future of your work!
**What Results To Expect**
This remote workshop responds to the COVID-19 impacted environment we are all living in. Using an online Zoom platform, presentations will address COVID-19-related challenges and opportunities to better design, monitor & evaluate and report on programmes and projects that are affected by external shocks and stresses. Short presentations will be combined with breakout rooms for small online group discussions and exercises. Real time case studies drawn from workshop participants will be used to support the development of appropriate logic models, theory of change, risk management plans, and reports that take into account COVID-19 and its impact.
You will walk away with the skills to utilize concrete tools (Logic models, Performance Measurement Frameworks, Risk Mitigation Strategies, Results-based Reports) and dive deep into examples from case studies and presentations. You will be introduced to new online remote software (e.g. ZOOM, Kinaki (https://www.kinaki.ca/), among others) that you will use in your group work and that you can continue to use in your workplace. The hands-on, participatory and practical approach used by Mosaic in its face-to-face workshops will also be embedded in this remote workshop to ensure that you learn by doing and that the training is practical and ready to use in the workplace.
Find more information about the workshop at: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ehgsbnz469e92270&llr=a4599rkab
Also feel free to reach out to my colleague Francoise (firstname.lastname@example.org) on any questions related to the workshop.