RBM 201: Strengthen your capacities in Results-Based Management
This in-person training prioritizes Manitoba-based small and medium sized organizations (SMOs) working in international cooperation. SMOs from Saskatchewan and Ontario are also welcome to register. Limited travel subsidies are available.
MCIC, in partnership with the Spur Change Program, is pleased to offer nonprofits, charities, social enterprises and other SMOs a training on Results-Based Management (RBM) in Winnipeg from September 19-21 at Creative Manitoba.
This training, facilitated by Darren C. Brown, is a practical hands-on experience for participants to strengthen their capacities in RBM. This training presents an intersectional approach, taking into consideration gender equality and SDGs themes. The training relies on group work and collectively practicing different RBM tools (theory of change, situational analysis, logic model, PMF, etc.) through a case study.
It's important to note that RBM 101 is a prerequisite for this program. This 3 hour self-paced module introduces key terms, theory and themes that will be applied in the 201 course. You can take this course any time online, or request the offline package.