Climate Change Adaptation
Project Management &
These adaptation projects are for the long-term. Plan your project management to make sure that the community is fully engaged in the process during project launch and prepared for project handover to the community when your grant cycle is over.
An 8 week, self-paced training program where you will each continue the development of your climate change project. Each one of the assignments will be a concrete step in preparing your project for launch and eventual takeover. By the end of the 8 weeks, you will have developed a management plan and a simple monitoring and evaluation plan for the community to use—and you will have launched the project.
We also need to make sure that we successfully deliver a set of skills to the community through a family of workshops so that they will be able to implement the project activities alongside us. You will launch the project and orchestrate for the project handover to the community at the end of your grant cycle.
A dual approach will be used in this course:
1. The course will lead you through the continued development of your project by working closely with and engaging community members.
2. For long-term sustainability you will begin training and preparing community members for eventual project take-over when it’s time for your NGO to move onto another project.
1. This course is perfect for nonprofit professionals working in adaptation in areas such as food security, watershed management, agriculture, the environment, sustainable development, or DRR—and who want to develop practitioner-level skills. If you are a grant writer, nonprofit staff member, consultant, project manager—or an executive director—you will develop real skills mastery.
2. This course is just as relevant to a person considering a career transition into the nonprofit/development world and wanting to develop employable skills.
6 Weeks: Make the project sustainable and have long-term impact.
Week 1. Project Management: the community perspective.
Week 2. Engaging the community in project launch.
Week 3. Developing skill sets within the community.
Week 4. Project Launch.
Week 5. Learning tools: Monitoring and evaluation.
Week 6. Community Empowerment: Project hand-over.
“Thank you for this course. I believe that it would be great to reach out to students who are deciding what field to pursue in universities. This course would be set a great foundation and give them an idea on what to expect if they were to pursue the climate change field. Mr. Magee provided very constructive feedback with insightful guidance.” Gloria Sengutuvan, IISD—International Institute for Sustainable Development. Singapore & Canada.
Give your project long-term sustainability and impact. Take this course to fully develop the community’s ownership in the project.
Real human help: The training program will be led by Tim Magee, CSDi’s Executive Director, who has over 15 years experience in adaptation to climate change and sustainable development projects. Mr. Magee is the author of A Field Guide to Community Based Adaptation.
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Take this course with a live teacher. You will have complete access to the download course resources and lessons described below. Certificate: Turn in the 6 assignments and you will receive a PDF Certificate. Your course teacher will offer professional comments and encouragement for your assignments.
Job Ready Skills: Learn more about this project-based, active learning program in this in-depth description and detailed syllabus.
Job-focused content includes:
6 PDF Detailed Assignments
6 PDF In-depth Discussions
6 MS Word Completed Assignment Templates for you to personalize to be your own assignment for submittal.
Over 50 Word, Excel and PDF additional resources to download that contain learning guides, studies—and project templates.