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  • AD1Advanced Strategic Intelligence Analysis 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD2Basic Legal Service Management Skills 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    AD3Board Corporate Secretarial Practice 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD4Business Strategy & Planning Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    AD5Results Based Management (RBM) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD6Corporate Strategic Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    AD7Office Protocol & Customer Care 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    AD8Customer Care & Public Relations 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD9Customer Care & Telephone Techniques 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    AD10Diploma in Community Leadership 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD11Diploma in Office Management & Administration 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD12Advanced Leadership Skills for Senior Managers 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    AD13Adv. Skills & Emotional Intelligence for P.As 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    AD14Protocol, Diplomacy & International Relations 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD15Leadership Skills for New Leaders 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    AD16Leadership, Supervision & Organisational Development 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD17High Impact Leadership for Senior Managers 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD18Management of Social Security Fund 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD19Managing Libraries and Documentation Centres 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD20Marketing and New Product Development 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD21Marketing Strategy & Foreign Trade Development 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD22Modern Office Management Skills for Secretaries 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    AD23Office Mgt. & 360º Leadership for Secretaries & PA’s 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD24Organisational Change & Development Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD25Professional Office Administration & Computer Skills for Secretaries 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD26Property & Facilities Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    AD27Revenue Collection Management for Public Institutions & Utilities  3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD28SMEs Entrepreneurship Development 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD29Strategic Management & Corporate Governance 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD30Strategic Management for Development Programmes 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD31Strategic Marketing Management (Policy, Strategy & Implementation) 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD32Advanced Programme for Personal Assistants 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    AD33Exceptional Performance for Secretaries & PA’s 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD34Management Development Programme for Personal Assistants 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD35Management Development Programme for Receptionist 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD36The Balance Score Card 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    AD37Advanced Management & Policy Development 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD38Information Technology for Secretaries and Personal Assistants 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD39Effective Office Management & Administration 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD40Executive Secretaries  Personal Assistants Programme 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD41Executive Diploma in Strategic Management  4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    AD42Crisis Management & Contingency Planning 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    AD43Macro Economic Forecasting & Projections 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD44Data Management & Statistical Analysis 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD45Aviation Airport Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD46Interpersonal Effectiveness in Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    AD47Capacity Building for Public Sector Development 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    AD48Advanced Skills for Executive Secretaries & Personal Assistants 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    AD49Confidential Secretaries & Personal Assistants 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD50Advanced Certificate in Making a Modern Secretary in the 21st Century 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD51Basic Diplomatic Protocol for Secretaries & Personal Assistants 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD52Advanced Public Administration & Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD53Business Process Management & Modelling Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD54Diploma in Professional Administration & Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD55Computer Software and Management Skills for Secretaries & PA’s 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD56International Business Strategy 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    AD57Parliamentary Administration  3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD58Contract Management & Dispute Resolution 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD59Data Collection and Survey Methods 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    AD60Data Centre Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD61Construction  & Environment Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD62Effective Communication Skills: (Skills Development & Presentation)  3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD63Compensation Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    AD64Best Practices in Regulating Telecommunication and IT Practices 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD65Basic Personal Assistants Programme 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD66Aviation Security Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    AD67Asset & Liability Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    AD68Advanced Administration Skills for Administration Assistants 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    AD69Licensing, Inspection and Database Registration 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    AD70Digital Libraries Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    AD71Electronic & Archiving Records Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    AD72Management Development Programme for Managers 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    AD73Management Development Programme for Executive Secretaries and PA’s 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
  • BP1Management of Utility Projects 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    BP2Monitoring & Evaluation of Development Projects 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    BP3Monitoring & Evaluation of Educational Projects 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    BP4Monitoring & Evaluation of Energy Projects 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    BP5Monitoring & Evaluation of Micro Projects 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    BP6Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation (PME) 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    BP7Project Appraisal & Development Projects 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    BP8Project Contracts & Consortium Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    BP9Project Management Information Systems 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    BP10Project Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    BP11Sector Wide Approach (SWAP) Project Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    BP12Advanced Diploma in Project Management 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    BP13Strategic Project Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    BP14Research Methods for Feasibility Studies for Projects 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    BP15Management & Implementation of Investment Projects 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    BP16Project Analysis Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    BP17Advanced Project Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    BP18Result-Based Monitoring & Evaluation (World Bank) 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    BP19Project Quality Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    BP20Advanced Certificate in Project Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    BP21Monitoring & Evaluation of Development & Community Projects 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    BP22Monitoring & Evaluation of Donor Funded Projects 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    BP23Project & Programme Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    BP24Monitoring & Evaluation of  Population Health & Nutrition Programmes 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    BP25Management and Control of Donor Funded Projects 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
  • CA1Agribusiness, Marketing & Export management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    CA2Agricultural Export Marketing 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    CA3Agricultural Project Analysis Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    CA4Agricultural Trade and Policy 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    CA5Biodiversity & Sustainable Agriculture 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    CA6Desertification & Rural Agricultural Development 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    CA7Drought & Food Security Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    CA8Export Marketing for Agricultural Products 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    CA9Research Methods & Research Methodologies 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    CA10Research Reporting & Dissemination 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    CA11Social Research Methods (Participatory Approaches) 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    CA12Irrigation Water Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    CA13Management of Agricultural Research 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    CA14Agricultural Extension and Rural Communications (Farmer Led Extension) 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    CA15Agricultural Service Extension Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    CA16Rural Development & Extension Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    CA17Animal & Crop Management for Agricultural Development 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
  • EW1Geographic  Information Systems (GIS) 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    EW2Climate Change & International Cooperation 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    EW3Coastal & Marine Environmental Pollution Prevention 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    EW4Conflict Resolution in Natural Resources Management  3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    EW5Conservation & Natural Resources Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    EW6Disaster Preparedness & Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    EW7Drought Management for Public Water Bodies 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    EW8Economic Evaluation of Environmental Impact 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    EW9Energy Economics and Planning Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    EW10Energy Efficiency in Industries 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    EW11Energy Planning 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    EW12Environmental & Climate Change Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    EW13Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    EW14Environmental Infrastructure & Investment Analysis 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    EW15Environmental Management & Development 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    EW16Environmental Management, Accounting & Audit 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    EW17Environmental Risk Assessment 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    EW18Forest Sustainability & Land Use 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    EW19Advanced Issues in Regulating Water 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    EW20Integrated Water Resources Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    EW21Management of Renewable Natural Resources 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    EW22Rural Energy Planning & Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    EW23Rural Water Development & Sustainability  2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    EW24Strategic Marketing of Energy Resources 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    EW25Water Resource Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    EW26Water Supply & Sanitation Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    EW27Environmental & Public Transport 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    EW28Solid Waste Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    EW29Project & Environment Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    EW30Natural Resources Management & Sustainability 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    EW31Management of Hydropower & Development Use 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    EW32Economic Evaluation of Environmental Impact 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    EW33Natural Resources Management (Participatory Approach) 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    EW34Advanced Issues in Regulating Electric Utilities & Energy Networks 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    EW35Water Demand Management & Energy Innovation 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    EW36Water, Hygene & Environmental Sanitation in Disaster Emergency Situations 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
  • FA1Advanced Financial Management for Governments 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    FA2Computerised Auditing (Public Sector) 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    FA3Asset & Portfolio Management Programme 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    FA4Audit Quality Management Systems 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA5Budgeting and Budgetary Control 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA6Budgeting for Budget Analyst 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA7Public Financial Management: Reporting & Auditing 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    FA8Financial Management, Budgeting & Payroll Administration 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA9Public Financial Management: Reporting & Auditing 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA10Contemporary Issues in Taxation 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA11Best Practices in Public Expenditure Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    FA12Perfomance Auditing 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA13Debt Management Strategies (Public Sector) 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    FA14Advanced Programme on Prevention, Analysis and Detection  of Corporate Fraud 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    FA15Financial Resource Mobilization & International Project Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA16Debt Recovery Management for Public Utilities & Authorities 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    FA17Financial Reporting & Auditing of Donor Funded Projects 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA18Financial Management & Budgeting (Public Sector) 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA19Value for Money Auditing 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA20Public Sector Accounting and Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA21Computerized Financial Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA22Financial Management for Public Funds 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA23Financial Reporting for Governments 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA24Financial Management for Donor/Grant Funded Projects 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    FA25Organisational Financial Planning & Cost Control 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA26Financial Skills for Pro-Active Personal Assistant’s 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA27Development Banking & Micro – Credit Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    FA28Government Treasury Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA29Advanced Certificate in Risk Management Techniques 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    FA30Financial Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA31Fund-Raising & Resource Mobilisation Techniques 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    FA32Internal Auditing for Governments 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA33Public Sector Financial Planning & Modelling 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA34Management of Public Debt (World Bank (IMF) Directives 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA35Public Private Partnership (PPP) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    FA36Cash & Treasury Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    FA37Financial Management & Disbursement 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    FA38Internal & External Audit for Micro Finance Institutes 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    FA39Financial Management, Budgeting & Investment Planning 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA40Cashflow & Credit Control Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    FA41Cashflow & Treasury Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    FA42Management of Internal Audit, Accounting & Risk Assessment Analysis  3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA43Regulation of Financial & Capital Markets 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    FA44Financial Management for the Project Accountant 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    FA45Economic Forecasting & Financial Forecasting 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    FA46Advanced Financial Management for Governments 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
  • GP1Gender & Analysis Planning Development 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    GP2Gender & Diversity in Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    GP3Gender Monitoring & Reporting 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    GP4Gender Issues for Sustainable Development 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    GP5Gender Training Policy on HIV/AIDS 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    GP6Gender, Law, Health & Politics 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    GP7Gender, Reproductive Health & Advocacy 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    GP8Leadership Skills for Women 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    GP9Women Empowerment, Gender Equality & Implementation 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    GP10Gender Audit 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    GP11Gender Mainstreaming ( Train the Trainer) 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    GP12HIV/AIDS in Gender Research Projects 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    GP13Gender Mainstreming: Practical Skills & Critical Analysis 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    GP14Participatory Poverty Assessment (Wider Perspectives) 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    GP15Gender Education & Development 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    GP16Gender and Youth Development Programme 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    GP17Empowering the Powerless (Gender Perspective) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    GP18Mainstreaming Gender in Water Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    GP19Gender & Economic Policy Analysis 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    GP20Children and Youth Development 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    GP21Child Protection and Children’s Rights 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    GP22Gender Development & Empowerment (IT Application) 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    GP23Gender in Micro-Finance Management Programme 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
  • HC1Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    HC2Advanced Programme on Training & Development 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    HC3Auditing Human Resource & Professional Administration 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    HC4Change Management & Human Resources 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HC5Computerised Human Resource Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    HC6Human Resource & Performance Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    HC7Talent Management in the workplace  2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HC8Human Resource Management (Policy & Strategy) 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    HC9Human Resource Management in the Public Sector 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    HC10Human Resource Skills for Line Managers 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    HC11Coaching & Counselling for Performance 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HC12Human Resources Management & Recruitment 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    HC13Managing People in the HR Function 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HC14Performance Management in the Public Sector 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HC15Training of Trainers (TOT) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HC16Conflict Management, Mediation, Resettlement  and Concilliation 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    HC17Conflict Resolution in Natural Resource Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HC18Dealing with Conflict and Difficult People 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HC19Employment and Labour Relations Law for Human Resource Officers / Managers 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HC20Human Resource and Staff Training 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HC21Human Resource Management for Executive Board Members 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    HC22Human Resource Policy, Design & Implementation 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    HC23Human Resource Records Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HC24Job Analysis & Evaluation (HR Perspective) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HC25Management of the Training Function 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    HC26Managing Change: People & Processes 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HC27Managing Human Resource in Projects 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    HC28Managing People in the HR Function 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HC29Perfomance Management Indicators (PMI) 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    HC30Personnel & Human Resource Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HC31Remuneration, Pensions and Employee Benefit Course 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HC32Talent Management and Succession Planning 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    HC33Total Quality Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HC34Training in Psychology, Guidance and Counselling Techniques 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HC35Workplace Counselling & Employee Welfare Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
  • HP1Advanced Leadership Skills (Inspiring, Leading, & Managing Organizations Towards Peak Performance) 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HP2Assertive Skills For Management Leaders (Leading The 21 st Century Workforce For Results) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HP3Managing HIV in the Work Place 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HP4Palliative Care Education Management (HIV) 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    HP5Sanitation and Pollution Control Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    HP6Social & Primary Health Care Promotion 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HP7Legal & Ethical Studies for Health Professionals/Officers 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    HP8Disease Survaillance, Minitoring, Evaluation & Reporting 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    HP9HIV/AIDS: Challenges and Strategies for the Future 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HP10Occupational Health & Work Safety Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    HP11Management of Public Health Reform 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HP12Communicable Diseases & Control  2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HP13Advocacy, Communication & Behavioral Change (HIV/AIDS) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HP14HIV/AIDS: Care & Treatment  3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    HP15Diploma in Health Information Management 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    HP16HIV/AIDS: Peer Education & Behavioral Change 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HP17HIV/AIDS Counselling & Youth Sexuality 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HP18Management of Reproductive Health (Gender Perspective) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    HP19Health Economics 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    HP20Health Promotion, Disease Control & Prevention 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    HP21Hospital Management & Administration 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    HP22Maternal & Child Health Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    HP23Monitoring & Evaluation of Health Projects 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    HP24Family Planning & Reproductive Health 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
  • IT1Asset Management with Computer Application 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    IT2Computer Forensics and Cyber Security 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    IT3CMS for Govt / Corporate Website Portals 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    IT4Computer Application in Finance & Accounts  3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    IT5Computer Assisted Project Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    IT6Risk Management for Projects, Programmes and Operations 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    IT7Data Collection and Survey Methods 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    IT8Data Management & Statistical Analysis 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    IT9Digital Libraries Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    IT10E-Government (Policy, Strategy & Implementation) 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    IT11Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    IT12Electronic Archiving & Records Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    IT13Electronic Records Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    IT14ICT Application in Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    IT15ICT Programme for Executive Assistants 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    IT16Information Systems Security, Certification & Accreditation 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    IT17Information Technology Application in Projects Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    IT18Information Technology for Secretaries and Personal Assistants 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    IT19Information Technology in Monitoring & Evaluation 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    IT20Integrated Computer Application for Managers 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    IT21Internal Auditing for Computer Auditing 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    IT22IT Systems & Network Security 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    IT23Judicial Records Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    IT24Management Information Systems for Managers 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    IT25Management Information Systems for Monitoring & Evaluation (Computer Support System) 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    IT26PC Hardware & Software Management Maintenance (Computer Support Staff) 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    IT27Programming System Analysis & Design 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    IT28SQL Server Application & Development 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    IT29Web Development 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    IT30Advanced Computer Skills for Data Records Management 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    IT31Advanced Computer Software and Management Skills for Secretaries & PA’s 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    IT32Advanced Computer Networking, Systems Maintenance & Development 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    IT33Information Systems Security 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    IT34Advanced PC Configuration, Troubleshooting & Technical Support 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    IT35Cloud Computing 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    IT36Advanced Certificate in Computer Skills for Data Records Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
  • TL1Advanced Purchasing Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    TL2Effective Procurement and Contract Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    TL3Management of Stores and Inventory 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    TL4Procurement and Contract Negotiations 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    TL5Procurement for Organisational Development 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    TL6Procurement for Senior Executives 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    TL7Procurement of Goods & Services 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    TL8Supply Chain Management in the Public Sector 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    TL9Corruption and Control in Public Sector Procurement 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    TL10Government Contractiong (Transparency & Accountability) 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    TL11Works  & Strategic Procurement Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    TL12Intelligent Transport Services for Public Sector Development 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    TL13Management of Public Transport 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    TL14Procurement Management for World Bank Funded Projects 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    TL15Procurement, Contract Management & Monitoring and Control 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    TL16Procurement, Logistics and Materials Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    TL17Transport and Logistics Management 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    TL18Tendering for Procurement 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    TL19Procurement of Services: (Mngt & Selection of Consultants and Contractors) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    TL20Goods and Equipment Procurement 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    TL21Tendering for Government Contracts 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    TL22Security Management, Protocol & Logistics Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    TL23Advanced Public Transport 4Jan 9 – Feb 3Apr 3 – 28Jul 3 – 28Nov 6 – Dec 1
    TL24Stock Control & Inventory 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    TL25Commercial Law & Project Procurement 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    TL26International Procurement for Donor Funded Projects 4Feb 6 – Mar 3May 8 – Jun 2Aug 7 – Sep 1Oct 2 – 27
    TL27Purchasing & Supply Chain Management 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
  • MC1Media, Public Policy Analysis & Evaluation 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    MC2Broadcasting Regulation & Policy 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    MC3Telecommunications Essentials Programme 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    MC4Strategic Telecom Human Capital Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    MC5Telecommunications Policy & Regulation 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    MC6Introduction to Telecommunication 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    MC7Voice Over IP Telecommunications Systems Programme 4Mar 6 – 31Jun 5 – 30Sep 4 – 29Nov 20 – Dec 15
    MC8Public Relations, Communication and Media 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    MC9Customer Service, Stakeholder Communication & Media Relations 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    MC10Media & Development Research Methods 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
  • CC1Strategic Marketing Management (Policy, Strategy & Implementation) 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    CC2Marketing Strategy & Foreign Trade Developmet 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    CC3Marketing and New Product Development 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    CC4Public Relations and Marketing 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    CC5Customer Care & Public Relations 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    CC6International Purchasing Management 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    CC7Basic Marketing & Business Skills 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
    CC8Call Centre Management & Public Relations 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    CC9Facilitation & Presentation Skills 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    CC10Business Strategy & Planning Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    CC11Business Develoment for Micro Enterprises 3Mar 6 – 24Jul 10 – 28Oct 9 – 27Nov 27 – Dec 15
    CC12Business Development in International  Marketing 3Jan 9 – 27 May 8 – 26Sep 4 – 22Nov 6 – 24
    CC13Product Development & Strategic Planning 3Feb 6 – 24Apr 10 – 28Jun 5 – 23Aug 7 – 25
  • UAE1Women in Leadership 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE2Electronic Government & E –  Administrative Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE3Methodologies in Participatory Project Planning 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE4Pension Administration & Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE5Resource Mobilisation Skills & Techniques 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE6Participatory Budgeting & Public Expenditure 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE7Management Development for Secretaries & PA’s 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE8Strategic Management for Managers 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE9Environment & Climate Change Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE10Environmental Impact Assessment & Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE11Environmental Risk Assessment 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE12Energy Economics    2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE13Organisational Financial Planning & Cost Control 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE14Monitoring & Evaluation of Projects 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE15Monitoring & Evaluation of Educational Projects 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE16Best Practices in Public Expenditure    2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE17Performance Auditing 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE18Debt Management Strategies (Public Sector) 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE19Prevention, Analysis & Detection of Corporate Fraud 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE20Financial Resource Mobilization & International Project Mgt. 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE21Financial Reporting & Auditing of Donor Funded Projects 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE22Financial Management & Budgeting (Public Sector) 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE23Financial Management for World Bank Funded Projects 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE24Budgeting & Budgetary Control 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE25 Public Sector Accounting & Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE26Financial Management for Public Funds 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE27Financial Reporting for Governments 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE28Management of Donor Funded Projects 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE29Gender & Diversity in Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE30Women Empowerment, Gender Equality & Implementation 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE31Gender Mainstreaming: Practical Skills 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE32Participatory Poverty Assessment (Wider Perspectives) 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE33Gender Issues for Sustainable Development 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE34Human Resource Management (Policy & Strategy) 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE35Performance Indicators (PMI) 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE36Conflict Resolution in Natural Resources Management  2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE37Conflict Management, Mediation, Resettlement  and Conciliation 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE38Advanced Training of Trainers (TOT) 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE39Social & Primary Health Care Promotion 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE40Public Health Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE41Water & Sanitation Management 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE42HIV/AIDS: Challenges and Strategies for the Future 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE43Computer Assisted Project Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE44ICT Programme for Executive Assistants 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE45Advanced Computer Skills for Data Records Management 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE46Electronic Archiving & Records Management 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE47Corruption Control in the Public Sector 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15
    UAE48Works Procurement & Selection of Consultants 2Jan 9 – 20Apr 10 – 21Jul 17 – 28Oct 16 – 27
    UAE49Management of Public Transport 2Feb 13 – 24May 8 – 19Aug 7 – 18Nov 13 – 24
    UAE50Effective Office Management & Administration 2Mar 13 – 24Jun 12 – 23Sep 18 – 29Dec 4 – 15

We develop people, improve performance, deliver results.

About Us

Development Training International (Dti) is a regional organization within SADC and headquartered in the Kingdom of Swaziland. As a full member of SADC, Swaziland holds the protocol as the destination of training for all member states within the region, and this perfectly places our institution as the base for absorbing delegates within the block. By this recognition and acceptance, many ministries, whose list is included in their brief, have unequivocally destined almost all their training requirements to Dti over the past years. Since then, our impact within the SADC region has widened to include development training programmes across Africa and beyond. Our challenge in this millennium is to be part of the premier training frontier for the delivery of customized and effective training methodologies for the region and the continent. Dti training policies are guided by both national and international training policy standards.

Training Methods

At Dti, we use a strategic practical training approach to re-enforce adult learning principles and cross group experiences and participation. Each course is based on a series of practical exercises. In line with the adult learning principles, maximum use is made of syndicate exercises, case studies, field trips, role playing, management games, and plenary sessions; training videos and video playbacks, as well as action-planning. Participants are encouraged to be directly involved in analysing and solving simulated managerial problems. In addition, the integral aspects of each course encourage participants to develop written action plans, which commit them to solving a workrelated problem on return to their duty stations.This process develops a high level of confidence and skills to deal with actual problems in their own workplace. Our programmes ensure that:

  • Training is directly relevant to participants’ needs and through development and implementation of action plans, we will assist them make positive organizational impact.

  • Personal training needs are identified before the start of each programme, and our detailed plans are adapted to take these into account.
  • Programmes include new management skills and innovative approaches to delivering services.

Core Training Areas of Dti

Home

Arising from the need for our high quality and relevant training products, our institution has adopted the following core training areas above.

Services

In House Training

We can come to you! Work together as a team on a project and get a shared understanding whilst learning in a cost effective manner.

Travelling Info

Participants must ensure that they have a valid passport and appropriate Visas for entering destination country.

Accomodation

Dti has formed relationships with a range of hotels and guesthouses who offer specially-negotiated on accommodation.

Book a course

Dti has several ways of booking a course, we recommend you to click on this link in order to choose the suitable way for you.

Upcoming Courses 2017

BP5. Monitoring & Evaluation of Micro Project
Jan 9 – 20 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.450

 

CA3. Agriculture Project Analysis Management
Jan 9 – 27 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.850

 

EW9. Energy Economics and Planning Management
Jan 9 – 27 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.850

 

FA1. Advanced Financial Management for Government
Jan 9 – Feb 3 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 4.550

 

AD16. Leadership, Supervision & Organisational Development
Jan 9 – 27 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.850

 

GP8. Leadership Skills for Women
Feb 13 – 24 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.450
HC1. Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management
Feb 6 – Mar 3 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 4.550
 
HP8. Diseases Surveillance, Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting
Jan 9 – 27 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.850
 
IT13. Electronic Records Management.
Jan 9 – 27 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.850
 
TL8. Supply Chain Management in the Public Sector
Feb 6 – 24 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.850
 
UAE9. Environment & Climate Change Management
Jan 9 – 20 I Dubai – UK I USD 4.250
 
MC1. Media, Public Policy Analysis & Evaluation
Jan 9 – 20 I Swaziland-South Africa-Ghana I USD 3.450

For more courses, you can click the next link  to download our 2017 catalogue. Dti Catalogue 2017.

Contact

Mbabane, Swaziland
info@dtioffice.org
+268 2404 9798