Project Reporting for Development

Asia-Pacific Development Communication Centre (ADCC) is pleased to announce our upcoming Project Reporting for Development training course on 13-24 December 2010.
The course is designed with the objective to enhance reporting knowledge and skills for those who are responsible for implementing, managing and supervising development projects. Participants will be able to obtain relevant knowledge and skills in developing various reports which is the key success for communication to project stakeholders with the focus on the content of status, progress and the achievement of the project. Course contents include a revisit to the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) and key elements for reporting the progress of the project including Project Implementation Plan (PIP) and budget plan.  The Project Reporting for Development course will enable participants to make use of report as a powerful tool in conveying project information for effective management of the project. The course will take the form of in-house sessions, practical assignments and field work.     

 Please be noted that the course fee for this training course is 1800 USD per person. The course fee covers the costs of tuition, teaching materials, transportation to and from the airport, and lunch and refreshments during sessions. In addition, transport and meals during field trips outside of Bangkok will be provided. The course fees does not include accommodations, dinners, transportation to/from training venue, transportation for personal purpose, visa and air ticket.
For more information regarding this training course, please feel free to contact them at [email protected] or visit website at The deadline for the application form is 29 November 2010. 
Please feel free to contact them if you have any questions regarding the training course.