Positive Impact through Participation in community engagement, facilitation, monitoring and evaluation

Most Significant Change training - Berlin, 21-22 July 2014, London,31July, 1 Aug

The Most Significant Change (MSC) technique is a participatory monitoring & evaluation technique ideally suited to providing qualitative information on project /program impact.

MSC also supports data capture of unexpected outcomes and is an excellent tool for fosteringorganisational learning and program improvement. It is well suited to capture impact in complex social change situations.

Registration and Contact details:

Cost £500 or €600 for 2 days depending on location (Sorry no scholarships)

To register your interest or for course details/agenda contact LondonMSC@outlook.com 
alternatively use the contact details on this website

A course program and venue details will be sent to those registering interest. Places will be secured by registration and 10% deposit to be paid by 1/7/2014. Full payment required prior to course attendance.

Who should attend ?

Programs that are interested in hearing the viewpoints of beneficiaries, clients and stakeholders on how their programs impacts on people
Government and NGOs 
UN and international development agencies
Program officers, team leaders and staff responsible for M&E or program improvement 
Local consultants wishing to expand their M&E tools

At the end of the training particpants will :

Understand how MSC works
Understand how MSC fits within broader Monitoring and Evaluation efforts 
Understand the benefits and weaknesses of MSC and when and where to use it 
Be able to undertake the essential steps of MSC (story collection, selection and feedback)
Have designed an MSC plan for their own programs
Understand options for coding and analysis of MSC stories

"Contrary to many of the workshops I attended your skills and talent made the MSC workshop an inspiring event for me as well as for the programme's staff. I am convinced much of the successful implementation of the MSC methodology can be attributed to the way you conducted and facilitated the MSC workshop.Fred van Leeuwen, M&E expert (Technical Assistance), Rural Infrastructure Development Programme, Malawi.