- Duration12 weeks
- Weekly study13 hours
Global Development in Practice: Designing an Intervention
Designing a Global Development Intervention
Using real-life case studies, the course critically engages with tools, frameworks and methods associated with designing development interventions. Students will be taken through the process of planning, implementing and evaluating a development intervention, with the different stages covered roughly in chronological sequence according to the concept of the project (or programme) cycle, which is widely used among development agencies. The main focus is on development management practice, although we will not be losing sight of the more theoretical issues and debates.
Who is the course for?
This microcredential is aimed at practitioners working within the development industry. It will provide the skills, tools and methodologies to plan a development intervention.
Who developed the course?
The Open University (OU) is the largest academic institution in the UK and a world leader in flexible distance learning, with a mission to be open to people, places, methods and ideas.
- LocationMilton Keynes, UK
- World rankingTop 510Source: Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020
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