Strengthening Individual and Organisational Capacity to Use Evidence for Impact
At the crux of it, Learning Hub at CERP focuses on building the long arc of human capital development in Pakistan: a key contributor to economic growth in the long-term. The core philosophy of all Learning programmes is the centrality of data and research for informed decision making.
We have a national and global presence, academic experts and practitioners, best-in-class customised modules and teaching methods and an extensive partner network.
EBPD is a four-day course, offered annually, that 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.
LTF caters to the private sector and is designed for C-level executives and strategic management across various verticals of (including but not limited to): marketing and business development, consumer insights, product development, and finance. LTF is an intensive day-long bootcamp-style course that builds participants’ ability to leverage data to make strategic decisions,
CERP’s Policy Skills & Leadership is a three-day intensive workshop that focuses on two fundamental topics: Exercising Leadership and Policy Skills. PS&L is designed for a broad range of mid-senior level professionals from the public and development sectors (i.e. NGOs, INGOs, non-profits) and multi-lateral institutions, including : policymakers, practitioners as well as policy-focused academics and analysts.
Taught by leading M&E specialists and global experts, the M&E Boot Camp is an open-enrolment series of three courses:
BCURE is a series of trainings that aim to increase technical skills and motivation for the use of data and evidence. It has been implemented in collaboration with the National School of Public Policy in Pakistan, Civil Services Academy and Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD) at Harvard University. The course is designed for policymakers, public agencies and the broader systems of governance.
Leaders today have to survive and thrive in a world which is characterised by unprecedented growth in data and information. This creates the inevitable challenge to create data-savvy organisations.
ILEAD is a three-day course that employs cutting-edge pedagogy and experiential learning in groups to give the participants a vision to transform their organisations.
CERP’s Jinnah Fellowship (comprising of tracks 1-3) is a first-of-its kind, highly selective summer work-study programme in Lahore, Pakistan that is designed for, and aims to equip the youth interested in the development sector with experiential learning and on-ground field experience, tailored technical and professional development skills, and networking / engagement opportunities.
We aim to build and enhance participant skill set to use evidence effectively for research, decision-making and informed policies. We couple practical knowledge with an action-oriented approach, to help participants catalyse career growth in their relevant fields and build a strong culture of evidence within their organisations. Our expertise includes but is not limited to Data driven impact evaluation, results-based monitoring, rigorous capacity building on how to employ both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, and adaptive project management and foundational negotiations skills.
We aim to serve as an active change agent to help bolster participants’ skillsets pertinent to entrepreneurial leadership and mindset, innovation management, growth, and scale, with learnings to help drive future growth in their businesses. Our expertise includes but is not limited to Leadership development and informed decision making through data & innovation.
A. Each course has a different eligibility criteria. We cater to audiences from a wide variety of sectors and experience levels.
A. For open enrollment courses, all information is made available on the website. To enroll yourself, you only need to register using our form on the CERP website.
A. Cost varies from one course to another. This information is also made available as soon as the course information is published on the website.
A. We accept payments through bank transfer, online and by cheque payable to Centre for Economic Research in Pakistan.