Ayala Consulting Group’s Hands-on Learning Course complements the existing theory-based courses in the social protection field. Our active learning methodology enables social protection practitioners to better understand and improve the way they apply tools and lessons to their home context to raise the quality of social protection initiatives worldwide. We teach the how-to, focusing on practical steps for the management and implementation of social protection initiatives and connecting state-of-the-art innovations with field realities.
Course dates: September 15 – 26, 2014 in Quito, Ecuador
Course language: English
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This course is designed for social protection professionals, including managers of implementing agencies and program units, Government and Ministry officials, and donor agency and program staff.
Ayala Consulting Group has participated in the design and/or implementation of social protection programs in 38 countries around the world. The Hands-on Learning Courses draw on the experience and lessons learnt to connect theoretical knowledge with field realities. Our course uses best practices and real-life field examples to teach the practical how-to of on-the-ground program implementation, with the final goal for participants to feel equipped to design their own programs appropriate for their country context.
We create an environment where both participants and facilitators can share experiences, redefine traditional concepts, and interact in order to obtain new and durable knowledge and skills.
Topics in this course cover the project cycle including Design Parameters, Management Information Systems, Targeting, Supply Capacity, Enrolment, Transfers of benefits, Co-responsibility Monitoring, Case Management, and Internal Monitoring, as well as complementary topics such as Integrated Social Safety Nets, National Social Protection Registries, and Capacity Building. The course runs for two weeks for a total of 75 hours.