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COURSES



HUMAN RESOURCES AND GENERAL MANAGENT
1. M15 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
This course is intended to improve participants’ skills and competence in the management of human resources and to enable them become innovative and more effective in their positions.
2. M18 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF HUMAN RESOURCE POLICIES
This programme will assist managers to have a better understanding of the processes involved in human resource policy formulation and implementation in line with their organisations’ strategic plans.
3. M20A STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING
This programme aims to assist human resources managers to determine what HR requirements exist for current and future supplies and demands for workers, and develop manpower strategies.
4. M21 SUCCESSION PLANNING AND CAREER MANAGEMENT
This course shall equip managers with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement a workforce development plan and enable their organizations to achieve high quality service and meet future challenges.
5. M22 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
This course focuses on the analysis of the environments in which organizations operate and to design strategies to cope with the changes taking place.
6. M25 STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION
This course covers the essential aspects of the processes of training and developing employees in order to improve their performance and commitment, in line with strategic plan of their organizations.
7. M36A STORES MANAGEMENT
This programme is intended for those whose primary responsibilities involve managing stores and materials. It will enable participants to learn how to use appropriate inventory control methods, maintain adequate stock records, make good use of receiving / inspecting and issuing procedures, and use appropriate methods for materials costing.
8. M37 RECORDS MANAGEMENT
This programme will enable participants to be able to use modern records management system in their organisations, effectively manage registries and records centres, supervise records staff, and create relationship between record users and record keepers.
9. M40 MANAGEMENT OF LABOUR RELATIONS
This course is intended to give participants a thorough understanding of the changing world of labour and the institutions and conventions of industrial relations, the role of trade unions and their implications to employees and employers, and how to regulate and manage the relationship.
10. M41 MANAGEMENT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT FOR EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS
This extended programme is designed to equip executive assistants with management knowledge and skills, and enable them to perform effectively and manage key responsibilities of planning, organizing, scheduling, and various management support roles in their organizations.
11. M43 CUSTOMER CARE, EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND IT SKILLS FOR EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
This programme aims to expose executive secretaries to the changing and challenging roles they have to cope with in the face of information technology and globalization, and become more customer focused and adaptive to their organizations’ needs.
12. M44 EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND WRITING SKILLS FOR SECRETARIES
This programme is intended to assist secretaries to communicate effectively. Particular focus shall be on strengthening / developing good speaking and writing skills (in English) and office etiquette.
13. M45 MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR SUPERVISORS ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANTS
This course is to equip supervisors and middle level managers with the necessary management knowledge and skills required for their demanding roles, and to enable them become effective leaders.
14. M48 ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT
This programme is intended to provide insight into principles and intervention techniques that show how to take charge of planned change efforts and achieve success. It addresses the opportunities and challenges involved in managing human dynamics in organizations, and offers solutions that have been shown to work.
15. M49 MANAGEMENT OF PERFORMANCE AND REWARD
This course hinges on improvement of performance by developing an effective and customer focused working climate, enabling employees to develop new competencies and to accept change.
16. M54 HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT
This course is designed to assist human resource managers and personnel officers to monitor the effectiveness of their organizations’ manpower policies and procedures, and make the most effective use of manpower resource.
17. M64 PROTOCOL AND PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGEMENT
This course aims to enhance participants’ knowledge, skills and techniques of protocol, effective communication, customer care and public relations.
18. M65 CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
This programme shall enable you to have a good understanding of the causes of disputes and how to appropriately manage and resolve them through negotiation. We discuss the role of major players in the negotiation process; interests, rights and power in management of conflict, negotiation techniques, and how to handle exceptionally difficult situations.
19. M77 EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP, ACCOUNTABILITY AND GOOD GOVERNANCE
This course is intended to sensitize and enable policy makers, leaders and senior-level staff to enhance integrity, values, accountability and transparency in the public (and private) service.
20. M80 OFFICE ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES AND PERSONAL ASSISTANTS
This course shall provide participants with modern skills in office management and administration, and enable them to fully discharge their responsibilities as first level managers and administrators of their offices.
21. M82 COMPUTERISED RECORDS MANAGEMENT, REPORT WRITINGAND PRESENTATION SKILLS
This programme shall give participants the necessary knowledge and skills to manage records, write, communicate and present powerfully, using modern technology tools.
22. M95 ADVANCED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME FOR SENIOR EXECUTIVES AND PROFESSIONALS
This course is designed to assist professional officers in management positions to understand the challenges of general management and also gain essential knowledge of management functions and human resources management.
FINANCE, ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING
23. P12 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Participants shall learn to be able to identify and determine the financial requirements of their organizations and the extent to which economic reforms affect budgets; understand their organizations financial and capital structures under changing market conditions; negotiate successfully for external finance; link their organizations strategies to the finance and be able to design appropriate financial management systems for long term viability.
24. P14 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS
This programme is designed to enable those involved with projects (including donor financed projects) to become efficient and effective in the acquisition and utilization of funds for development purposes, using appropriate techniques and application of accounting and finance principles.
25. P16 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NON-FINANCE MANAGERS
This course is intended to fill the gap for managers and other professionals who are involved in making financial decisions in their organizations. It will enable participants to acquire essential concepts in financial and management accounting, effectively analyze financial reports / financial statements, and make sound financial decisions.
26. P17 GOVERNANCE, MEDIUM TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
In this course, you learn about governance policy, procedure and functions, responsibilities, accountability, transparency, fairness, value for money and delivery of public good. We also discuss Guidelines and preparation of MTEF, Government policy, development plans, budgets and implementation, accounting and reporting, auditing and follow-up activities.
27. P19 IPSAS AND ACCRUAL BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
This course is intended to enable participants to understand the types of accounting systems and the major weaknesses, develop accruals-based accounting to replace cash accounting, and introduction to the regulatory framework (IPSAS). The provisions of all the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) are covered, together with the summary of updates.
28. P20 PUBLIC SECTOR BUDGETING, CONTROL AND GOVERNANCE ISSUES
This programme covers all aspects of budgeting and the application of the principles of budgeting and good governance to public sector organizations. Participants will be able to identify key issues needed to develop budgets, and appreciate the role of strategic policy and the importance of the whole budgetary cycle.
29. P33 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AND VALUE FOR MONEY
This course will sensitize participants on strategic procedure, responsibilities, accountability and ethical issues in finance and value for money.
30. P42 FINANCIAL PLANNING AND CONTROL
This course will assist financial officers to effectively evaluate financial performance at various organizational levels, identify appropriate measures for sound financial decisions, and be able to design and implement financial planning and control systems appropriate for their organizations.
31. P43 COMPUTERISED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND REPORTING
This programme covers all the essential methods of analysis and reporting in a computerised environment, electronic data processing (EDP) system and practical applications.
32. P44 AUDITING AND INTERNAL REVIEW
This course is intended to assist participants in the modern ways and methods of performing the internal audit function. Participants shall learn to be able to perform independent and objective audits; help management in planning and control; assist external auditors; ensure compliance within the organization and write useful audit reports.
33. P46 EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE
This program seeks to develop the analytical and operational skills of participants, helping them plan and review the key elements of public sector budgeting and financial management. Particular attention is given to the inter-relationship between the government budget and the national economy, the role of improved budget processes in enhancing the efficiency of public expenditures, evolving approaches to control and management of public expenditures, and issues and challenges in promoting budget and financial reform.
34. P47 FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
This course provides participants with an understanding of how corporations may measure and manage financial risk with the aid of derivative instruments. Participants will be able to identify and discuss reasons behind the derivative instruments, evaluate whether management of financial risk can add value to the corporation, and assess the corporation’s financial risk position and the value of derivative products.
35. P48 CASH AND TREASURY MANAGEMENT
This course shall help participants to acquire new knowledge and skills needed to manage treasury functions.
36. P49 RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
This course addresses the different risk exposures faced by institutions in the public sector and ways of mitigating them. We discuss risk identification, analysis and monitoring, derivative instruments, fraud detection and control, managing risk in a technological environment /controls in an electronic data processing system and practical applications.
37. P50 CREDIT MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
This programme will expose participants to credit management knowledge and enable them to develop capacity and skills in the formulation and implementation of credit policies and monitoring systems necessary to minimize their organizations’ losses through bad debts.
38. P51 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE, ANALYSIS AND MONITORING
This course will give participants a clear understanding of the concepts of analysis and monitoring in financial administration, and will provide them a framework for assessing how well their organizations are managing financial performance and development.
39. P64 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS (IFRS)
This course is intended to guide participants and enable them to appreciate the use of reporting standards in enhancing accountability in organizations, particularly in the public sector.
40. P66 FINANCE MANAGEMENT AND AUDIT SKILLS FOR DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS
This course is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge of Finance and Audit management for donor financed projects, and to ensure prudent financial reports and value for money.
41. P67 RISK BASED AUDITING
This course covers all the relevant aspects of auditing and risk based auditing using new approaches and tools.
42. P73 MANAGING THE INTERNAL AUDIT FUNCTION IN LGAs
This course covers the role and function of internal auditors in local government audits under new environments and how to manage those changes.
43. P79 COMPUTERISED AUDITING
This programme covers all the important aspects of auditing and internal controls in a computerised environment.
DEVELOPMENT, PROCUREMENT AND OTHER COURSES
44. S13 INVESTMENT APPRAISAL AND PUBLIC SECTOR PROJECTS
This course will assist participants in preparing and analyzing investment projects using new approaches and modern tools.
45. S17 PLANNING AND FINANACING OF SMALL AND MEDIUM PROJECTS
This course is designed to enhance knowledge and skills of participants to resolve problems relating to identifying, preparing, appraising, implementing and managing small-medium enterprises.
46. S18A ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
This programme is designed to assist those planning to work for themselves, and will help enhance their skills to identify and choose the right business and investment opportunity, and manage them appropriately.
47. S22 POLICY FORMULATION, ANALYSIS AND IMPLEMENTATION
This course discusses the policy making processes, from formulation to implementation. Participants will learn how to apply policy analysis skills, explore rational choice policy analysis approaches, and implement them.
48. S23 MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF PROJECTS
This course is designed to give participants a practical knowledge of how to monitor and manage projects. We discuss the role of managers, the phases of a project, how to manage and control costs and progress, the various toolkits, and how to communicate and report effectively.
49. S25 STRATEGIC DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECTS
This course is designed to provide participants with an organizational design and a strategy to bring organizational focus to those ad hoc activities needed to effect change in the organization by using modern project management concepts and processes.
50. S26 PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
In this course you shall learn how to carry out appropriate planning and handle different types of projects, and how to manage entire project processes and teams effectively.
51. S30 ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT
This course is designed to improve participants’ skills in how to handle different types of projects and programmes. Participants will learn how to manage entire project and programmes processes, manage teams effectively, and ensure cost-effective outcomes.
52. S33 PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT FOR DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS
This course is intended to provide participants with new procurement procedures for donor financed projects / programmes, and enable them to carry out their responsibilities efficiently and effectively. Participants will learn about donor funded procurement processes, outsourcing , resource planning, project / risk management, funding guidelines and procedures, ethics and accountability, reporting, tendering, bid evaluation, contract award and contract management.
53. S35 PURCHASING AND SUPPLIES CHAIN MANAGEMENT
This course examines the strategic factors that influence planning, formulation of policies of organizations and direction of procurement function. We discuss the strategic and operational issues in purchasing and supplies chain management, and examine the development role function in managing inputs, and its contribution to the organization’s efficiency.
54. S37 MANAGEMENT AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS FOR INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS
This course is designed to provide managers with the relevant skills required for negotiating, drafting and managing commercial contracts to ensure that the contracts deliver value to the organization. Participants will gain insight into the commercial and legal issues surrounding contracts and be able to protect their organizations from costly and ineffective contractual arrangements.
55. S39 POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES AND PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT
This course will examine the multi-dimensional nature of poverty and identify strategies and techniques to reduce poverty, emphasizing community participation.
56. S40 PUBLIC – PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS (PPP)
This programme is intended to make participants to understand the concept of Public – Private Partnerships and appreciate the importance and key processes for their implementation, and the best way for exiting them.
57. S41 MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF HIV / AIDS PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES
This course is designed to increase the capacities of project managers dealing with HIV/AIDS programmes at country and regional levels. Participants will acquire managerial skills needed for monitoring and evaluating the national multi-sectoral response efforts on HIV/AIDS at country level.
58. S46 EXTENSION MANAGEMENT AND RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
This programme focuses on rural community projects, with a view to assist people to develop and implement solutions for their localized problematic situations. This calls for community empowerment with the necessary knowledge, skills and aptitudes for problem solving, to enable leaders become more effective in community development. This programme offers participants the opportunity to acquire the relevant skills and techniques in a forum that is focused and highly interactive.
59. S50 DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
This programme aims at sensitizing developers, investors, managers, planners and decision-makers on the critical interface between industrial / public / private sector development efforts and the environment. An integrated management approach provides a cost-effective procedure, ensuring that environmental concerns are carefully considered in the development process.
60. S52 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
This course is intended to provide information for decision making on the environmental consequences of proposed actions, and to promote environmentally sound and sustainable development through the identification of appropriate enhancement and mitigation measures.
61. S55 NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
This course covers key principles of natural resource management, integrating the creation, promotion and maintenance of tourism, and ensuring a sustainable development.
62. S65A RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES
The course will help participants understand practice through the critical examination of methods associated with researches, decision-making, critical thinking and ethical judgement.
IT AND SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES
63. K10 ADVANCED COMPUTER SKILLS FOR PERSONAL ASSISTANTS AND SECRETARIES
This practical course aims at computer skills development and building competencies of personal assistants, secretaries and users of personal computers in a competitive working environment.
64. K11 COMPUTER OPERATORS AND DATA ENTRY OPERATORS PROGRAMME
This hands-on course focuses on IT and data entry skills development, and helps one to gain a good understanding of data entry, data security, editing and manipulation skills.
65. K17 MICRO-COMPUTER OPERATION AND APPLICATION
This hands on programme trains personnel in the support of Office Software packages, communication technologies, networking, virus and malware removal.
66. K20 DATABASE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
This practical course focuses on relational database management, and will enable participants to design and implement effective information and documentation systems using database management software.
67. K24 PHP AND MYSQL DATABASE DEVELOPMENT
PHP is a popular, reliable programming language at the foundation of many smart, data-driven websites. This comprehensive course helps developers learn the basics of PHP, and gain experience developing a complete web application. It also covers the basic CRUD routines for updating mySQL database.
68. K26 ADVANCED DATABASE ADMINISTRATION USING ORACLE
This programme gives you a thorough coverage of the PL/SQL. You gain the practical knowledge to write PL/SQL programs. You learn to build stored procedures, design and execute modular applications, and increase the efficiency of data movement. Programmers, Database Administrators / System Administrators are encouraged to attend this highly practical course.
69. K29 IT CONTROL AND SECURITY PROGRAMME
This programme is intended to assist participants to develop a capability to implement effective corporate computer security policy in their organizations to achieve the total security and control requirement of Information Systems operations. It will provide participants with knowledge, skills and techniques on security systems applicable to computer- based information systems.
70. K32 WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE
This course aims to empower participants with the practical skills needed to develop websites and manage them. They will learn HTML programming language, how to create powerful web documents and graphics and modify them, and administer websites on the Internet.
71. K34 DEVELOPING CORPORATE WEBSITES USING JOOMLA CMS
This is an extensive course in Joomla! Development. Joomla! is the perfect solution for web designers and webmasters who create dynamic websites for the corporate companies, government ministries and other organizations.
72. K38 COMPUTER NETWORKING AND NETWORK ADMINISTRATION
This course will enable a participant to be capable of identifying and recognizing a variety of network structures, as well as the many different network related devices and how they function, and how to use different protocols.
73. K70 SQL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
SQL forms the cornerstone of all relational database operations. The ability to write the SQL language is essential for those who develop database applications. This course provides a solid foundation of the SQL programming language that enables you to build, query and manipulate databases.
74. K75 SERVER ADMINISTRATION AND MAINTENANCE
This programme deals with the administration and maintenance of servers based on Windows or Linux. Only one of the platforms can be chosen; either Windows or Linux.

NON-SCHEDULED / TAILOR-MADE PROGRAMMES

These are non-scheduled courses designed to suit your needs. (Flexible dates and venues are available on request). Contact Us


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