1. Describe and position a programme's evaluation from the lens of the DME continuum.
2. Discuss the uses and inter-connectedness of the eifferent types of programme evaluations, including formative evaluation, process evaluation, outcome evaluation, impact evaluation and cost analysis.
3. Explore the key approaces and methods for data collection for the different types of evaluations.
4. Describe the elements of experimental and quasi-experimental designs, and explain how they address the threats to validity.
5. Design an evaluation plan, including the Terms of Reference (TOR), evaluation framework and operational arrangements.
6. Interpret the results of an evaluation and discuss whether these can be attributed to the programme.
7. Formulate and communicate evaluation findings and recommendations effectively with stakeholders (policymakers, implementers, project partners) throughout the evaluation process.
8. Draft an evaluation report.