February 2019 – Executive Training – Advanced Excel, ODK, STATA + M&E

Lida Africa is proud to invite managers and researchers from international development organizations, foundations, governments and non-governmental organizations from around Africa, as well as trained M&E professionals to participate in our Executive Training programs;

  1. Data Management, Analysis & Visualization Using Advanced Microsoft EXCEL (Content here)
  2. Mobile Based Data Collection Using Open Data Kit (ODK) (Content here)
  3. ​​Monitoring and Evaluation – Planning & Practice (See content here)
  4. Data Management, Analysis and Statistical Data Modelling using STATA (See content here)

These programs will provide a thorough understanding of data management process, and pragmatic step-by-step training for conducting data analysis and development of databases and data collection. While the programs are centred round the above, they will also impart insights on the rationale & designing​of impact oriented M&E systems.

Session Venue, Dates and Times

Courses are available on Weekend (Saturday) only at Lida Africa Training Centre, Located near Kyambogo University running from Saturday, 16th February to ​Saturday, 9th March 2019

Participation fees are:

Excel only = UGX 300,000, M&E only= UGX 250,000, Mobile Data Collection only = UGX 250,000, STATA only = UGX 250,000.  Two courses attract a discount of UGX 50,000.

How to Apply:

Admission to these courses is very competitive. Interested applicants must complete the Online Application Form (February 2019) by Thursday, 14th February 2019.

​​Additional Information:

Course participants will be expected to pay for their travel & accommodation. All admission decisions will be made on a rolling basis, and participants are encouraged to apply by completing the February 2019 – Executive Training Application Form​ (Online – here)​. 

​​For more information, Please Call: +256703 096203 or +256 773 384364 or send an email to lida@lidaafrica.org or lidaafrica2013@gmail.com

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