Build practical skills for managing development interventions
Development is a complex process, and managing development intervention requires a combination of purposeful design and the confidence to adapt flexibly to changing circumstances.
On this microcredential, you’ll build the skills to effectively manage the development intervention process on the ground.
Using real-life case studies, you’ll engage with development tools, frameworks and methodologies that can be used for planning, implementing and evaluating development interventions.
As well as practical development strategies, you’ll explore the associated theoretical issues and debates.
This microcredential is designed for practitioners working in the global development industry. This could include those working for non-governmental organisations, the public sector, governmental bodies, or for volunteers working in community action projects.
Professionals who’d benefit from the microcredential could be working as development managers, field workers, planning managers, project managers, project officers, country managers, or regional managers.
To study for this postgraduate microcredential, you must hold a bachelors degree or an equivalent level qualification.
It is also recommended that you have experience of working in the global development industry.
All teaching is in English, and your proficiency in the language needs to be adequate for postgraduate study. If English is not your first language we recommend you can achieve an IELTS score of at least seven.