ASPM short courses Project Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and Formulation of Fundraising Proposals

Project staffs are expected to bring together resources, skills, technology and ideas to deliver successful and sustainable project. Good project managers ensure that these benefits and objectives are delivered to an appropriate level of quality and within the constraints of time and cost, while at the same time managing the risk inherent in change and innovation.

Training Dates: Feb 5 -9Feb 5-16Feb 5th6th March,

Project Design, Effective Proposal Writing and Fundraising Management

The training is expected to help delegates understand the need for projects in development, appreciate the phases in project management, develop a practical project idea and write comprehensive project proposal.

It will also equip participants to come up with possible project funding sources, liaise with stakeholders in project idea initiation and develop fundraising initiatives.

At the end of the training delegates will be able to formulate award wining project fundraising proposals.

Training Dates: Feb5 -9Feb 5-16

NGO Administration & Management

This programme is aimed primarily at NGO staff with management or administrative responsibilities, and for individuals who wish to develop their knowledge and skills in preparation for moving into such positions. NGOs are in a category of their own; they have particular organizational features, maintain relationships with a broad range of different actors, and face a number of special challenges. NGO management has therefore evolved as a distinctive practice and field of study that differs in content and perspective from business management and public-sector administration.

Training Dates: Feb 5-9Feb 5-16

Project Leadership & Governance

The training on Project Leadership is suitable for any Project implementation staffs who want to enhance their project management skills in order to lead complex strategic projects at an organizational level. An innovative, challenging program, the training develops strategic thinking and questions the traditional concepts of leadership, management, governance, risk and sustainability.

Training Dates: Feb 5-9Feb 5-16

Leadership skills for Supervisors

This training on leaderships skills for supervisors is suitable for leaders and supervisors as it equips them with skills to determine ways they can meet the needs of employees and co-workers through communication and coaching and explore ways to engage in productive rather than toxic debate, and to make conflict a powerful force for creative, well-rounded solutions to problems.

Training Dates: Feb 5-9Feb 5-16

The tuition fee is USD 980 (Exclusive 16% VAT) for each course

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Resource Mobilization for Donor Funded Projects

The training is expected to help delegates understand the need for projects in development, appreciate the phases in project management, develop a practical project idea, be in a position to develop M&E tools and write comprehensive project proposal. It will also equip participants to come up with possible project funding sources, liaise with stakeholders in project idea initiation and develop fundraising initiatives.

Training Dates: Feb 12-23

Gender and Disability Analysis & Mainstreaming

This advanced short course aims to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge of gender mainstreaming and gender analysis.
It draws on best practice and case studies from around the world. The course also provides the opportunity to focus on a specific sectors or policy areas (such as, Livelihood, development projects, education, sexual exploitation and abuse)

Training Dates: Feb 5-9Feb 5-16

Procurement, Logistics & Supply Chain Management

This course will cover the principles of procurement management, which is acquiring products and services needed for the project from outside the project team. The Procurement Management processes from the PMBOK® Guide will be reviewed including inputs, key tools and techniques, and outputs. Typical procurement activities will be described from the make-or-buy decision to contract award to contract closure.

Training Dates: Feb12-16Feb 12- 23

Contract Drafting, Negotiation Skills and Procurement Management

This course covers the three stages of contracting; negotiating the ‘deal’; documenting that deal in a robust, but practical way: and managing the performance of the contract itself.  This course will help participants to have an awareness of practices in other areas and other industries, which can add significant value to their own situations.

Training Dates: Feb 12-16Feb 12- 23

Effective Purchasing, Tendering & Supplier Selection

This intensive training is aimed at developing / strengthening the understanding of the crucial role-played by the supplier in delivering customer satisfaction through an effective supply chain.

Participants will learn how to evaluate the performance of both potential and current suppliers. Asses the factors that comprise and effective tender and conduct effective negotiations that bring long term value to the organization.

Training Dates: Feb 12-16Feb 12- 23

The tuition fee is USD 980 (Exclusive 16% VAT) for each course

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Asset and Inventory Management

The course provides an outline on the importance of an effective inventory management system. Inventory is looked at in terms of the overall cash flow of a business entity. The course also looks at methods of applying an effective inventory management system and more current approaches to inventory management.

Training Dates: Feb 12-16Feb 12- 23

Advanced Financial Management, Grants & Auditing for Donor Funded Projects

This short course in advanced financial management, Grants & Auditing for Donor Funded Projects will:
* Help managers be compliant with Donor regulations
* Improve NGO reporting to fiscal authorities and donors.
* Help earn partners and beneficiaries’ respect and trust.
* Help NGO better compete for resources that are becoming increasingly limited.

Training Dates: Feb 19-23Feb 19th-2nd March

Advanced application of Excel in Finance & Microsoft Dynamics Navision

This course enables participants to be exposed to the true potential of the QuickBooks Financial Software.
Broad Course Objectives

  • QuickBooks Products and System Requirements Clean and Conversion File Setup
  • Customizing Preferences
  • Sales Cycle – Invoicing Customers, Customer Payments, Bank Deposits
  • Procurement Cycle – Purchase Orders, Entering Bills, Paying Bills, Writing Checks
  • Tips and Tricks on Unique Customer and Vendor Transactions
  • Inventory Management Payroll Services
  • Payroll Setup and Processing Sales Tax
  • Data File Management Data Security Measures Year-End Procedures

Training Dates: Feb 19-23Feb 19th-2nd March

Financial Management & Internal Compliance

This interactive workshop will equip delegates with skills to develop core quality system auditing skills. Participants will learn how to: plan, conduct and report on internal audits providing meaningful feedback on the strengths, weaknesses and improvement opportunities in their organization. The delegates will also learn how ensure ongoing quality system compliance and effectiveness.

Training Dates: Feb 19-23Feb 19th-2nd March

The tuition fee is USD 980 (Exclusive 16% VAT) for each course

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