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More than 632 training courses divided into various subjects…

OUR TRAINING COURSES 2018

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    A01Adv. Skills & Emotional Intelligence for P.As2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    A02Advanced Administration Skills for Administration Assistants4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    A03Advanced Certificate in Making a Modern Secretary in the 21st Century3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A04Advanced Leadership Skills for Senior Managers4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    A05Advanced Management & Policy Development3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A06Advanced Programme for Personal Assistants4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    A07Advanced Public Administration & Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A08Advanced Skills for Executive Secretaries & Personal Assistants4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    A09Advanced Strategic Intelligence Analysis2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A10Asset & Liability Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    A11Aviation Airport Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A12Aviation Security Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A13Basic Diplomatic Protocol for Secretaries & Personal Assistants3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A14Basic Legal Service Management Skills2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    A15Basic Personal Assistants Programme2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A16Best Practices in Regulating Telecommunication and IT Practices3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A17Board Corporate Secretarial Practice3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A18Business Process Management & Modelling Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A19Business Strategy & Planning Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    A20Capacity Building for Public Sector Development2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    A21Compensation Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    A22Computer Software and Management Skills for Secretaries & PA’s3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A23Confidential Secretaries & Personal Assistants3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A24Construction  & Environment Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A25Contract Management & Dispute Resolution3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A26Corporate Strategic Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    A27Crisis Management & Contingency Planning2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    A28Customer Care & Public Relations2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A29Customer Care & Telephone Techniques2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    A30Data Centre Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A31Data Collection and Survey Methods4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    A32Data Management & Statistical Analysis3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A33Digital Libraries Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    A34Diploma in Community Leadership3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A35Diploma in Office Management & Administration3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A36Diploma in Professional Administration & Management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A37Effective Communication Skills: (Skills Development & Presentation) 3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A38Effective Office Management & Administration3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A39Electronic & Archiving Records Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A40Exceptional Performance for Secretaries & PA’s3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A41Executive Diploma in Strategic Management 4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    A42Executive Secretaries  Personal Assistants Programme3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A43High Impact Leadership for Senior Managers3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A44Information Technology for Secretaries and Personal Assistants3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A45International Business Strategy2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    A46Interpersonal Effectiveness in Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    A47Leadership Skills for New Leaders2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    A48Leadership, Supervision & Organisational Development3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A49Licensing, Inspection and Database Registration3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A50Macro Economic Forecasting & Projections2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A51Management Development Programme for Executive Secretaries and PA’s3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A52Management Development Programme for Managers2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A53Management Development Programme for Personal Assistants3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A54Management Development Programme for Receptionist3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A55Management of Social Security Fund3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A56Managing Libraries and Documentation Centres3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A57Marketing and New Product Development3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A58Marketing Strategy & Foreign Trade Development3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A59Modern Office Management Skills for Secretaries4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    A60Office Mgt. & 360º Leadership for Secretaries & PA’s3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A61Office Protocol & Customer Care2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    A62Organisational Change & Development Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A63Parliamentary Administration 3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A64Professional Office Administration & Computer Skills for Secretaries3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A65Property & Facilities Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    A66Protocol, Diplomacy & International Relations2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A67Results Based Management (RBM)2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A68Revenue Collection Management for Public Institutions & Utilities 3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A69SMEs Entrepreneurship Development2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    A70Strategic Management & Corporate Governance3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    A71Strategic Management for Development Programmes3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    A72Strategic Marketing Management (Policy, Strategy & Implementation)3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    A73The Balance Score Card2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
  • B01Advanced Certificate in Project Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    B02Advanced Diploma in Project Management4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    B03Advanced Project Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    B04Management & Implementation of Investment Projects3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    B05Management and Control of Donor Funded Projects3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    B06Management of Utility Projects2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    B07Monitoring & Evaluation of  Population Health & Nutrition Programmes3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    B08Monitoring & Evaluation of Development & Community Projects3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    B09Monitoring & Evaluation of Development Projects3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    B10Monitoring & Evaluation of Donor Funded Projects3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    B11Monitoring & Evaluation of Educational Projects2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    B12Monitoring & Evaluation of Energy Projects3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    B13Monitoring & Evaluation of Micro Projects2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    B14Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation (PME)3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    B15Project & Programme Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    B16Project Analysis Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    B17Project Appraisal & Development Projects2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    B18Project Contracts & Consortium Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    B19Project Management Information Systems2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    B20Project Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    B21Project Quality Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    B22Research Methods for Feasibility Studies for Projects3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    B23Result-Based Monitoring & Evaluation (World Bank)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    B24Sector Wide Approach (SWAP) Project Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    B25Strategic Project Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
  • C01Agricultural Trade and Policy2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    C02Export Marketing for Agricultural Products3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    C03Agribusiness, Marketing & Export management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    C04Drought & Food Security Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    C05Agricultural Service Extension Management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    C06Irrigation Water Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    C07Desertification & Rural Agricultural Development3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    C08Research Reporting & Dissemination2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    C09Rural Development & Extension Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    C10Agricultural Export Marketing2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    C11Research Methods & Research Methodologies3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    C12Animal & Crop Management for Agricultural Development3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    C13Biodiversity & Sustainable Agriculture2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    C14Agricultural Project Analysis Management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    C15Agricultural Extension and Rural Communications (Farmer Led Extension)4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    C16Management of Agricultural Research2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    C17Social Research Methods (Participatory Approaches)3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
  • D01Advanced Issues in Regulating Electric Utilities & Energy Networks4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    D02Advanced Issues in Regulating Water4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    D03Climate Change & International Cooperation2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    D04Coastal & Marine Environmental Pollution Prevention2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    D05Conflict Resolution in Natural Resources Management 3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    D06Conservation & Natural Resources Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    D07Disaster Preparedness & Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    D08Drought Management for Public Water Bodies2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    D09Economic Evaluation of Environmental Impact2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    D10Economic Evaluation of Environmental Impact3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    D11Energy Economics and Planning Management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    D12Energy Efficiency in Industries3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    D13Energy Planning3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    D14Environmental & Climate Change Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    D15Environmental & Public Transport2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    D16Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    D17Environmental Infrastructure & Investment Analysis3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    D18Environmental Management & Development3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    D19Environmental Management, Accounting & Audit4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    D20Environmental Risk Assessment3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    D21Forest Sustainability & Land Use2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    D22Geographic  Information Systems (GIS)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    D23Integrated Water Resources Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    D24Management of Hydropower & Development Use3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    D25Management of Renewable Natural Resources2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    D26Natural Resources Management & Sustainability3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    D27Natural Resources Management (Participatory Approach)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    D28Project & Environment Management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    D29Rural Energy Planning & Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    D30Rural Water Development & Sustainability 2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    D31Solid Waste Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    D32Strategic Marketing of Energy Resources2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    D33Water Demand Management & Energy Innovation2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    D34Water Resource Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    D35Water Supply & Sanitation Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    D36Water, Hygene & Environmental Sanitation in Disaster Emergency Situations3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
  • E01Advanced Certificate in Risk Management Techniques4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    E02Advanced Financial Management for Governments4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    E03Advanced Financial Management for Governments4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    E04Advanced Programme on Prevention, Analysis and Detection  of Corporate Fraud4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    E05Asset & Portfolio Management Programme2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    E06Audit Quality Management Systems3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    E07Best Practices in Public Expenditure Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    E08Budgeting and Budgetary Control3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    E09Budgeting for Budget Analyst3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    E10Cash & Treasury Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    E11Cashflow & Credit Control Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    E12Cashflow & Treasury Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    E13Computerised Auditing (Public Sector)2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    E14Computerized Financial Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    E15Contemporary Issues in Taxation3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    E16Debt Management Strategies (Public Sector)2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    E17Debt Recovery Management for Public Utilities & Authorities2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    E18Development Banking & Micro – Credit Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    E19Economic Forecasting & Financial Forecasting3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    E20Financial Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    E21Project Quality Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    E22Research Methods for Feasibility Studies for Projects3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    E23Results-based monitoring and evaluation (World Bank)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    E24Sector Wide Approach (SWAP) Project Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    E25Strategic Project Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
  • F01Child Protection and Children’s Rights2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    F02Children and Youth Development3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    F03Empowering the Powerless (Gender Perspective)2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    F04Gender & Analysis Planning Development2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    F05Gender & Diversity in Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    F06Gender & Economic Policy Analysis3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    F07Gender and Youth Development Programme3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    F08Gender Audit2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    F09Gender Development & Empowerment (IT Application)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    F10Gender Education & Development2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    F11Gender in Micro-Finance Management Programme2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    F12Gender Issues for Sustainable Development3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    F13Gender Mainstreaming ( Train the Trainer)2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    F14Gender Mainstreming: Practical Skills & Critical Analysis2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    F15Gender Monitoring & Reporting2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    F16Gender Training Policy on HIV/AIDS2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    F17Gender, Law, Health & Politics2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    F18Gender, Reproductive Health & Advocacy2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    F19HIV/AIDS in Gender Research Projects2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    F20Leadership Skills for Women2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    F21Mainstreaming Gender in Water Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    F22Participatory Poverty Assessment (Wider Perspectives)2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    F23Women Empowerment, Gender Equality & Implementation2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
  • G01Managing Human Resource in Projects3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    G02Management of the Training Function3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    G03Performance Management in the Public Sector2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    G04Job Analysis & Evaluation (HR Perspective)2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    G05Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    G06Change Management & Human Resources2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    G07Human Resource & Performance Management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    G08Remuneration, Pensions and Employee Benefit Course2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    G09Dealing with Conflict and Difficult People2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    G10Human Resource Management in the Public Sector3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    G11Workplace Counselling & Employee Welfare Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    G12Training of Trainers (TOT)2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    G13Human Resource Records Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    G14Conflict Management, Mediation, Resettlement  and Concilliation3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    G15Talent Management in the workplace 2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    G16Advanced Programme on Training & Development4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    G17Managing People in the HR Function2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    G18Auditing Human Resource & Professional Administration3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    G19Perfomance Management Indicators (PMI)3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    G20Talent Management and Succession Planning3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    G21Human Resource Skills for Line Managers3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    G22Human Resource Management (Policy & Strategy)3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    G23Personnel & Human Resource Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    G24Conflict Resolution in Natural Resource Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    G25Coaching & Counselling for Performance2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    G26Human Resource Policy, Design & Implementation3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    G27Managing Change: People & Processes2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    G28Total Quality Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    G29Human Resource Management for Executive Board Members3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    G30Employment and Labour Relations Law for Human Resource Officers / Managers2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    G31Human Resource and Staff Training2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    G32Computerised Human Resource Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    G33Training in Psychology, Guidance and Counselling Techniques2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    G34Human Resources Management & Recruitment3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    G35Managing People in the HR Function2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
  • H01Advanced Leadership Skills (Inspiring, Leading, & Managing Organizations Towards Peak Performance)2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    H02Advocacy, Communication & Behavioral Change (HIV/AIDS)2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    H03Assertive Skills For Management Leaders (Leading The 21 st Century Workforce For Results)2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    H04Communicable Diseases & Control 2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    H05Diploma in Health Information Management4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    H06Disease Survaillance, Minitoring, Evaluation & Reporting3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    H07Family Planning & Reproductive Health2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    H08Health Economics3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    H09Health Promotion, Disease Control & Prevention3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    H10HIV/AIDS Counselling & Youth Sexuality2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    H11HIV/AIDS: Care & Treatment 3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    H12HIV/AIDS: Challenges and Strategies for the Future2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    H13HIV/AIDS: Peer Education & Behavioral Change2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    H14Hospital Management & Administration2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    H15Legal & Ethical Studies for Health Professionals/Officers3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    H16Management of Public Health Reform2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    H17Management of Reproductive Health (Gender Perspective)2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    H18Managing HIV in the Work Place2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    H19Maternal & Child Health Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    H20Monitoring & Evaluation of Health Projects3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    H21Occupational Health & Work Safety Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    H22Palliative Care Education Management (HIV)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    H23Sanitation and Pollution Control Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    H24Social & Primary Health Care Promotion2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
  • I01Advanced Certificate in Computer Skills for Data Records Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    I02Advanced Computer Networking, Systems Maintenance & Development4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    I03Advanced Computer Skills for Data Records Management4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    I04Advanced Computer Software and Management Skills for Secretaries & PA’s4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    I05Advanced PC Configuration, Troubleshooting & Technical Support4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    I06Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    I07Asset Management with Computer Application3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    I08Cloud Computing3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    I09CMS for Govt / Corporate Website Portals4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    I10Computer Application in Finance & Accounts 3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    I11Computer Assisted Project Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    I12Computer Forensics and Cyber Security4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    I13Data Collection and Survey Methods3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    I14Data Management & Statistical Analysis3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    I15Digital Libraries Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    I16E-Government (Policy, Strategy & Implementation)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    I17Electronic Archiving & Records Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    I18Electronic Records Management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    I19ICT Application in Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    I20ICT Programme for Executive Assistants3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    I21Information Systems Security4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    I22Information Systems Security, Certification & Accreditation2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    I23Information Technology Application in Projects Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    I24Information Technology for Secretaries and Personal Assistants3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    I25Information Technology in Monitoring & Evaluation3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    I26Integrated Computer Application for Managers3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    I27Internal Auditing for Computer Auditing4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    I28IT Systems & Network Security4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    I29Judicial Records Management2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    I30Management Information Systems for Managers3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    I31Management Information Systems for Monitoring & Evaluation (Computer Support System)3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    I32PC Hardware & Software Management Maintenance (Computer Support Staff)4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19 – Dec 14
    I33Programming System Analysis & Design3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    I34Risk Management for Projects, Programmes and Operations3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    I35SQL Server Application & Development4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    I36Web Development3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
  • J01Advanced Public Transport4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    J02Advanced Purchasing Management3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    J03Commercial Law & Project Procurement3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    J04Corruption and Control in Public Sector Procurement3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    J05Effective Procurement and Contract Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    J06Goods and Equipment Procurement2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    J07Government Contractiong (Transparency & Accountability)3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    J08Intelligent Transport Services for Public Sector Development3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    J09International Procurement for Donor Funded Projects4Feb 5 – Mar 2May 7 – Jun 1Aug 6 – 31Oct 1 – 26
    J10Management of Public Transport2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    J11Management of Stores and Inventory2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    J12Procurement and Contract Negotiations3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    J13Procurement for Organisational Development3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    J14Procurement for Senior Executives2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    J15Procurement Management for World Bank Funded Projects3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    J16Procurement of Goods & Services3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    J17Procurement of Services: (Mngt & Selection of Consultants and Contractors)2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    J18Procurement, Contract Management & Monitoring and Control3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    J19Procurement, Logistics and Materials Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    J20Purchasing & Supply Chain Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    J21Security Management, Protocol & Logistics Management3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    J22Stock Control & Inventory3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    J23Supply Chain Management in the Public Sector3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    J24Tendering for Government Contracts2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    J25Tendering for Procurement3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    J26Transport and Logistics Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    J27Works  & Strategic Procurement Management2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
  • MC1Media, Public Policy Analysis & Evaluation2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    MC2Broadcasting Regulation & Policy2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    MC3Telecommunications Essentials Programme3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    MC4Strategic Telecom Human Capital Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    MC5Telecommunications Policy & Regulation2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    MC6Introduction to Telecommunication2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    MC7Voice Over IP Telecommunications Systems Programme4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    MC8Public Relations, Communication and Media3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    MC9Customer Service, Stakeholder Communication & Media Relations2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    MC10Media & Development Research Methods2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
  • L01Strategic Marketing Management (Policy, Strategy & Implementation)3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    L02Marketing Strategy & Foreign Trade Developmet3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    L03Marketing and New Product Development3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    L04Public Relations and Marketing3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    L05Customer Care & Public Relations2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    L06International Purchasing Management3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    L07Basic Marketing & Business Skills3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
    L08Call Centre Management & Public Relations2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 8 – 19Nov 12 – 23
    L09Facilitation & Presentation Skills2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14
    L10Business Strategy & Planning Management2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    L11Business Develoment for Micro Enterprises3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    L12Business Development in International  Marketing3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    L13Product Development & Strategic Planning3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26 – Dec 14
  • M01Risk Management in Power & Utilities2Feb 12 – 23ay 7 – 18Aug 6 – 17Nov 12 – 23
    M02Adapting to Digital change – Telecoms Regulatory for Today4Jan 8 – Feb 2Apr 2 – 27Jul 2 – 27Nov 5 – 30
    M03VSAT Monitoring & Inspection4Mar 5 – 30Jun 4 – 29Sep 3 – 28Nov 19-Dec 14
    M04Master class in Numbering & Number Portability2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 6 – 17Nov 12 – 23
    M05Market Research for Telecom Regulators2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    M06Energy Auditing3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26-Dec 14
    M07Electricity Inspection & Licensing3Jan 8 – 26May 7 – 25Sep 3 – 21Nov 5 – 23
    M08Telecom Consumer behaviour, Protection & Rights3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26-Dec 14
    M09Data Centre Management for Telecommunications3Mar 5 – 23Jul 9 – 27Oct 8 – 26Nov 26-Dec 14
    M10LTE Frequency Planning3Feb 5 – 23Apr 9 – 27Jun 4 – 22Aug 6 – 24
    M11Revenue Collection Management for Utility Entities2Jan 8 – 19Apr 9 – 20Jul 16 – 27Oct 15 – 26
    M12Financial Modelling in the Power Industry2Feb 12 – 23May 7 – 18Aug 6 – 17Nov 12 – 23
    M13Reliability & Operational Performance of Electric Power Systems2Mar 12 – 23Jun 11 – 22Sep 17 – 28Dec 3 – 14

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 January – March 2018

  • Fraudulent practices has become an unsurmountable problem in the corporate arena, resulting in financial and material losses in an unimaginable proportions.  This has been the case due to the complexities and technical intelligence perpetrated by fraudsters.  This leaves investors who entrust custodianships of their hard earned financial products in doubt.  This menace has to stop.  It can only be achieved if corporate organizations set themselves to create and develop means and ways of detecting and preventing corporate fraud before the situation gets out of hand.

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  • The effective use and deployment of donor funds for various projects demands careful utilization and timely reporting mechanisms to the funders.  It is only when funds are effectively managed in accordance with the donors requirements will there be the motivation for re-imbursement of financial resources. Unfortunately, many NGO’s, and development agencies are caught up with inadequate management of donor financed projects and reporting mechanisms.

    This course is designed to promote improved compliance with operational policies and donor agency procedures on effective financial management, and to empower participants on the use of various disbursement methods and the use of periodic project management reports (PMRs) in line with donor agency disbursement and requisition requirement.

    Also participants will explore other core competencies and skill based areas such as, planning, budgeting, financial and management accounting, auditing, accountability and transparency in the management of funds, procurement, and financial project monitoring systems.

    The course reflects and expands on current accepted approaches to projects monitoring and evaluation, highlighting the areas where good planning can help alleviate many problems often experienced during the Monitoring and Evaluating process.

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  • The aim of this course is to help the Participant develop an HRIS (Human Resource Information System) system. This is an integrated system of hardware, software, and databases designed to provide information used in HR decision making. The Participant will also be able to perform administrative, strategic HR and operational HR functions efficiently by employing a Computerized HR Management System. 

    This course will equip the Participant with the knowledge, skills and ability (KSA) needed in today’s Knowledge Economy to shift from administrative to strategic, facilitative, consultative and developmental HR activities. The aim is to help improve your organizations HR operation efficiently and effectively in support of its Vision, Mission and strategic objectives. The course will provide data-base knowledge and skills needed to manipulate and manage data accurately using the computerized HRIS system.

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Contact

Plot No.55 Arcade Center Building, Gwamile St, Mbabane, Swaziland
info@dtioffice.org
+268 2404 9798