Southern Hemisphere

{Southern Hemisphere}{Unit 5, 1st Floor, Rozenhof Office Court, 20 Kloof Street}{Cape Town}{8001}{Johannesburg}{South Africa}{(021) 422-0205}
Unit 5, 1st Floor, Rozenhof Office Court, 20 Kloof Street Cape Town, Johannesburg
Phone: (021) 422-0205

+27 (0) 21 422 0205+27 (0) 21 422 0205

+27 (0) 21 424 7965+27 (0) 21 424 7965

Our Courses

Southern Hemisphere focuses on providing training and capacity building in our specialist fields, e.g. Social Development. Our trainers bring with them a wealth of experience because they also work as consultants in the field and therefore present a perfect union of theory and practice.

Southern Hemisphere boasts a sixteen year success rate for our courses. Enhancing engagement through participatory and practical methods employed in our training and facilitation approach has proven popular with participants.

Courses are based on adult learning methodologies and on principles of Non-Formal Education. We focus on the practical application of concepts and processes using participatory and experiential methods.


  • PME&L (5 day) course: R11,826.09 plus VAT = R13,600
  • MEL Systems (3 day) course: R8,434.78 plus VAT = R9,700
  • Theory of Change (2 day) course: R4,695.65 plus VAT =R5,400
  • Designing & Managing Evaluations (3 day) course: R8,434.78 plus VAT = R9,700
  • Design Thinking (2 day) course: R4,695 plus VAT =R5,400
  • Webinars (45 minutes): Free

    Early bird registration discounts will apply
    Further 10% discount for 3 or more persons from one organisation. Costs exclude accommodation and travel which are to be organised by the participants

Southern Hemisphere uses participatory methods in conducting training:

We have a maximum training/participant ratio of 15:1

You can visit our training calendar for upcoming courses and locations.

Special rates are offered to participants attending more than one course, or to organisations that enrol more than 3 people per course.

All training courses are run in a workshop style using adult learning methodologies with a high degree of participant involvement. Group work is interspersed with input sessions.

The course provides a space for the participants to learn from each other by sharing knowledge and experiences.  While our courses are content intense, we keep things fresh and fun! We incorporate games that allow for team building and reinforce learning as part of the process.

Training Calendar for 2019

Course Title Date Location Early Bird / Registration Dates
Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation     and Learning for Development       Projects 8 - 12 April Cape Town 14 March / 29 March 
Designing and Managing                  Evaluations 14 - 16 May Johannesburg 1 April / 19 April
Design Thinking for Social                Innovation 11 - 12 June Cape Town 3 May / 31 May
Evaluating Advocacy: "It's too          complex to evaluate" 29 - 30 July Johannesburg 14 June / 12 July 
Outcome Harvesting -                       An introduction to its theory and    practice 31 July - 1 August Johannesburg 14 June / 12 July
Theory of Change 3 - 4 September Johannesburg 30 September / 16 August
Designing and Managing                  Evaluations 12 - 14 November Cape Town 30 September / 14 October

Free Webinars  for 2019

Course Title Dates Trainers
Using LFA and TOC for Programme Design: What      does it (still) have to offer? Wednesday, 6 March Nana Davies
Designing and managing evaluations Wednesday, 17 April Dena Lomofsky
Design Thinking for Social Innovation Wednesday, 15 May  Dammon Rice
Evaluating Advocacy Initiatives and Outcome            Harvesting Thursday, 20 June Dr Barbara Klugman
Theory of Change Wednesday, 7 August Tracey Phillips
Designing and Managing Evaluations Wednesday, 9 October Dena Lomofsky