CERP Executive Education Trains more than 40 Professionals through its Signature Programme

December 3, 2021
As part of our annual executive education programmes, Evidence-Based Program Design, CERP Executive Education’s signature programme trained more than 40 professionals from the public and private sector organisation from Nov 29 – Dec 02, 2021. The impact-oriented four-day programme included a full-day session with a mix of modules. These modules focused on teaching not only the theory and concept behind designing a structured programme, but also on how to apply those concepts through group work and case studies. The programme hosted faculty and experts in the field of programme design and implementation from renowned institutions such as Harvard University, Pomona College, and Lahore University of Management and Sciences. Some of the prominent faculty delivering this programme were Dr. Asim Khwaja, Dr. Tahir Andrabi, Maroof Ali Syed, Dr. Sher Afghan Asad, Dr. AL Hasanain and Adeel Shafqat. The programme is held semi-annually, which aims to equip participants with the technical tools to apply a structured and highly practical approach to programme design and implementation, incorporating economic theory and evidence at every stage. It aims to help determine mechanisms that can help ensure that development policies and programmes in Pakistan achieve maximum impact. This approach emphasises expanding the scope of traditional monitoring and evaluation methods. This programme is presented in collaboration with Centers for Learning on Evaluation and Results (CLEAR).