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This module aims to enable participants to gain critical knowledge, analyse current development trends and develop practical skills in planning for development which can be applied to strengthen their current experience and expertise. Throughout this module, participants will explore and critically analyse different development theories and approaches to project/programme planning and management, with a particular focus on participatory and results based approaches; Develop participants' knowledge of, and ability to critically reflect on, the different stages of the project/programme cycle and associated activities, in particular problem analysis, defining results, project design, and monitoring and evaluation; Enhance participants skills in preparing and defending project/programme funding proposals and encourage participants to critically reflect on issues around project/programme planning and management in the context of North South aid and development partnership and practice, particularly in the context of participants' own prior experiences. Note: this module is delivered in a classroom based setting only and is not currently available online / by distance.
NOTE: this module is not intended for undergraduate students. however, if you are an undergraduate level student and interested in taking this module, you will need to contact the Department of International Development for permission. Email email@example.com