Equivalent to a 2-day face-to-face training. This training consists of 10 lessons devoted to concrete aspects of EU Funds results-oriented management. All lessons comprise 2 topics consisting of videos, presentations, case studies & quizzes.
On-the-job training based on concrete examples. The training ends with a test which brings you a certificate of qualification (for scoring at least 60%).
Available anytime, anyplace online, on your electronic devices with a possibility to follow it during working hours, by getting the approval from your supervisor (specific authorisation).
For more about our e-methodology have a look at the welcome note by Franck Sottou
First E-Training: ROM
The e-training is available on the ETCP E-Platform. It provides learners with practical examples, exercises, case studies, quizzes and, finally, a certificate of qualification. The courses are designed as on-the-job trainings, to be followed in your workplace complementary to your daily office work. They are accessible anytime, anyplace at your convenience within 2 months after registration. The time to complete one e-training is estimated between 15-20 hours.
Results-oriented Management (ROM) is ETCP’s first e-training, aiming to make you a better, more efficient and effective EU Funds manager. Organised as an on-the-job training, it is available to anyone working with EU Funds, either at project or programme level. Basic knowledge about EU Funds is recommended, but the training can address the needs of beginners, as well as more more advanced/experienced managers.
Your E-Training at a Glance
- Welcome note: Training description & lecturers
- Glossary, sources & references
2.Results v. outputs
- An output is not a result
- The results chain
3.Results v. impact
- The results chain v. the new logframe
- Entering the black box
4. Results are related to a target group
- ESF participants
- ERDF target groups/area
5. Results are reflecting a change: baselines and targets
- No baseline, no change
6. Results are mixing quantitative/qualitative change
- Efficiency / effectiveness
- Quantitative v. qualitative targets
7. The real and the fake results-oriented management
- Starting from activities or from results
- Results are not context indicators
8. Results reporting (including common indicators)
- Monitoring ESF
- Monitoring ERDF
9. Results are mixing quantitative/qualitative change
- Common indicators for tomorrow
- Towards sustainable development
- Final word by the experts
- Final test & Next steps
Understanding traditional and new intervention logic (Theory of Change);
Managing EU Funds more efficiently and effectively at programme & project level;
Improving definition and identification of results targets & indicators;
Developing your results monitoring and evaluation skills;
Tackling concrete situations