Quadrant Conseil has trained over one thousand persons in evaluation since the company's creation at the end of 2013, making us the largest training company in France in evaluation and an important provider to Europe-based international institutions. Our consultants help and train public officials worldwide, e.g. to help create a common culture on evaluation and Results-based management (Council of Europe), to implement a Monitoring & Evaluation System at country level (FAO) or to develop an evaluation-specific knowledge management system (EIB).
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We offer a e-learning course : "Develop your evaluation management capacity" (click left to access) catered to evaluation managers. The course covers all successive phases of the management of an evaluation. With the help of their personal tutor, participants complete the twelve lessons of the course and practice on a real-life case study. Each lesson is followed by a phone call where participants can ask questions and discuss the consequences on their day-to-day professional activities.
This programme is the 5th version of a training programme that was first developed by Euréval in 2004, and updated by Quadrant Conseil in 2015. More than 50 e-learners have enjoyed the course so far. Read the introductory course for free!
Prices start from € 2,0001. to find out more.
We provide a comprehensive catalogue of training services in French related to evaluation, public design and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E). You can find out more on our French website or by clicking on the right.
We design training sessions tailored to your needs:
- we develop programmes adapted to the available time and profile of the audience;
- we build on-demand case studies and exercises based on your own policies;
- we provide methodological bases and learning resources which help your colleagues go farther.
Our most popular training service is a 2-day session which includes 4 workshops: making the difference between control, audit & evaluation; asking relevant evaluation questions; building the intervention logic; and defining criteria and indicators. It is most adapted for groups between 5 and 15 persons.
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