We deliver this training to individual practitioners and organizations in several formats, decided upon agreement. This course can take place in English, Arabic or other languages to be decided, online or in-person, as intensive workshop or evening classes.
If you are interested in taking or providing this course, please enter your contact information in the registration form, or contact us following the indications of the “registration” section of this page, and we will contact you in the shortest delays to discuss your training project.
Indicative training cost is $500 USD per person. Cost can vary according to your training plan.
The fees are inclusive of all training resources and individualized support, and certification exam.
Interested applicants can express their interest in attending the course here.
Interested organizations may send an email to email@example.com, with ‘Project DPro Training’ in the subject line, to discuss your learning plan’s details.
Project DPro provides project managers the skills needed to deliver effective, transparent results to donors and communities. The courses and certification are valuable to all development professionals, from the field staff to project and program managers.
It is intended for practitioners working in project management, those with experience working in a project-based environment who are looking for a refresher, and for experienced project managers who are new to working in the international development sector.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
The Project DPro training will be organized based on the Phases and Principles of Project Management:
The Project DPro training outlines the five Principles of Project Management:
On the 4th day, participants will prepare for the Project DPro Exam in the morning before taking it in the afternoon.
Obidah Ali is a specialist consultant in Program Management for Development (Program DPro) and Project Management for Development (Project DPro) with more than 10 years’ experience with multiple INGOs and NGOs in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Turkey. Since 2011, he has worked on civil society networking, marginalized groups engagement, conflict resolution and mediation, and has more than 3.000 training facilitation hours.
The course is designed for: