NEM is collaborating with IPSK to deliver the Monitoring and Evaluation for Rural Energy Projects course.
Energy is key for the economic development of every country. It is essential for our everyday activities, and yet a significant number of people especially in rural Africa don’t have access to modern energy.
The purpose of this two-weeks extensive executive training is to equip policymakers and professionals with knowledge and skills for planning, monitoring, and evaluating energy projects. The course will be delivered by the experts at Nalule Energy and Minerals consultancy (NEM Energy) in collaboration with the Institute of Petroleum Studies Kampala.
The course covers the effectiveness of planning and monitoring rural energy projects in this era of energy transitions and climate change. Energy projects are progressive in nature and are constantly subject to change, as such policymakers should be equipped with up-to-date techniques and knowledge to plan, monitor and evaluate such projects.
Briefly, the objectives of this executive course are spotlighted below:
This hybrid-training incorporates a methodology that involves both theory and skill training components, applying hands-on exercise, facilitation of group discussions, practical case studies and real-life examples.
The training fees including related expenses are $4,500 per participants.
Project Managers, Project Planners & Estimators, Quality Assurance Managers, Contract Managers, Procurement Managers, Project Engineers, Discipline Engineers, Technical Assistants