International Program for Development Evaluation Training (IPDET)

Do you want to build your skills in evaluating development policies, programs and projects at local, regional and global levels? Do you want to increase your global network and engage with world class faculty? If so, then the International Program for Development Evaluation Training (IPDET) is for you!

IPDET is an intensive and unique training initiative of the Independent Evaluation Group of the World Bank and Carleton University. It is offered each summer in Ottawa, Canada and designed for development professionals who will or are conducting or managing development evaluations.

There are only a few weeks left to register for the 2016 IPDET Program which will offer eighty hours of instruction and hands-on learning in the fundamentals of development evaluation during the two-week Core Course (June 6 – 17), as well as 26 compelling workshops in the two weeks that follow (June 20 – June 24; June 27 – July 1). Participants are welcome to take whatever combination of offerings best meets their needs from one workshop to one week of workshops or a combination of the Core and workshops.

The workshops are taught by renowned international faculty drawn from organizations around the world. The workshops cover an abundance of subject matter ranging from Managing an Evaluation Unit to Evaluating Humanitarian Action to developing logic models, sampling techniques and data analysis. There is something for everyone! For the full list of workshops and fee information please visit our website.

Provider - IPDET

Format - Face to face

Cost - See website for details

Duration - 4 weeks

Focus areas - Data Analysis

Learn more - Website