GREAT uses a blended model of two face-to-face trainings with field work and e- mentoring and learning in between, structured in three parts:
- Week 1 (face-to-face training): an introductory module on general theory and concepts of gender-responsiveness and applied instruction on qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis approaches
- Practice (4-6 months of field application): practice with collection of qualitative and quantitative sex-disaggregated data from ongoing projects, supported by e-learning and e-mentoring
- Week 2 (face-to-face training): a data analysis, interpretation, and feedback/advocacy module
Participating teams must complete all three parts for individuals in that team to qualify for certification. All face-to-face instruction will take place in Kampala, Uganda.
NOTE: The GREAT course requires field data collection between Week 1 and Week 2.