Written by Mekong Institute
Twenty two government officials from the 6 GMS countries attended the program. Participants came from junior to middle level positions from a wide variety of ministres. Forty five percent of the particpants were women which is in line with the Millennum Development Goal.
The program was designed and taught by a team of 4 trainers: two PPP’s Participants came from junior to middle level positions from a wide variety of ministries. Forty five percent of the participants were women which is in line with the Millennum Development Goal.
The program was designed and taught by a team of four trainers: two PPP’s commissioned project management experts and two MI faculty memebrs. In evaluation, the participants reported that the trainers were qualified, experienced and employed effective training delivery methods.
The learning program explored the fundamental nature of project and introduced a comprehensve project management framework. It also covered the definition and typologies of a project, the project cycle, components of project management and the nature and the role of the project team. The development context within which projet opreates and special issues in project design, implementationa nd monitoring were deliberated.
Based on the feedback received, theis report concludes that the learning program was successful. Finally, recommendations for further program improvement are provided in Part 4 of this report.
- Simplify the curriculum desgned to make it easier for the participants to understand the content
- There should be a balance between theory and practice and not too much focus on lecture.
- All participants should have engouh English proficiency to follow the program.
- Lecture handouts should be provided in advance.
- Extend the course duration but fewer hours a day.