Would you like to learn how to include the follow-up stage in your project? When to start thinking about it? Which methods to use?
Our consortium is currently working on an online course, which can help project managers in international youth work to master evaluation and spin-offs of their projects.
Follow-up is considered to be part of the monitoring and evaluation phase. Yet, in order to do it properly, a project manager must think about it from the very beginning, preferably, at the ideation stage. Why? Because only then it becomes a coherent part of the project and adds up benefits to it, not to mention ensures sustainability after the project completion.
Although it is extremely important, the follow-up phase is often neglected. This course is based on the best-practice examples from the partner consortium, which show-case how follow-up can be used to increase the quality of a project and help project managers to learn from their mistakes.
This course has been developed as part of the “Back to the Future” project, which has been co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.