School of Development Studies Courses & Fee Structure

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Diploma Courses


DIRD Diploma In International Relations And Diplomacy

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

C-

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,040.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,030.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 96,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 117,070.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

  • Module I

 

  • Introduction To International Relations And Diplomacy
  • Communication Skills DIRD
  • Ethics In International Relations
  • International Law
  • Politics And Government In Kenya
  • Kenya's Foreign Policy

 

  • Module II

 

  • Politics And Government In Africa
  • Practice Of International Peacekeeping Operations
  • Comparative Foreign Policy
  • Regional Cooperation And Integration
  • International Organizations
  • French 1

 

  • Module III
  • Issues In International Relations
  • International Integration And Transnational
  • International Environmental Politics
  • World History And Transformation
  • Techniques In International Diplomacy
  • Intercultural Communication & Post-Conflict Peace Building

Course Description

Diploma in International Relations and Diplomacy

Course Instructor(s)

Elizabeth Muturi
FRANCESS MASIME
Raphael Kirugi
Naomi Mbugua
Jumba Allan Ngungi
Damaris Muthoni
Florence Tolo

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

 

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can i pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 3 installments as follows:

 

Semester 1: 45,000( payable in 2  installments)

Semester 2: 36,000(payable in 2 installments)

Semester 3: 36,000(payable in 2 installments)

 

Q3.Do you offer partial schlarships?

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarships are available depending on conditions. Refer to application form.

 

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DRAM Diploma In Records And Archives Management

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

  • A minimum of C- in KCSE

                          OR 

  • Certificate in Archives and Records Management or it's equivalent

Duration: 16 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,060.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,070.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 110,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 131,130.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

TRIMESTER I
  • Introduction to library and Information science                      
  • Introduction to computers                                                       
  • Introduction to database systems                                            
  • Introduction to multimedia information sources & services    
  • Introduction to Records and Archives                                    
  • Introduction to organization of knowledge
TRIMESTER 2

 

  • Internet and information services                                           
  • Introduction to Management of Library and Information Centres
  • Records Management                                                                                               
  • Organization of knowledge: classification                                                                           
  • Organization of knowledge: cataloguing                                 
  • Information communication & mass media
TRIMESTER 3

 

  • User studies and information needs
  • Reference and information services
  • Conservation and Restoration of Information materials
  • Automation of Libraries and Information Centres
  • Research methods in information science
  • Entrepreneurship
TRIMESTER 4

 

  • Project
  • Practicum
  • Information Communication Technologies
  • Archives management

Course Description

Course Instructor(s)

Stella Madete
James Kimani
James Kamau
Florence Odhiambo
Naomi Mbugua

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can I pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 3 installments as follows;

 

Semester 1: 61,000( payable in 2 installments)

Semester 2: 35,000(payable in 2 installments)

Semester 3: 35,000(payable in 2 installments)

 

Q3. Do you offer partial scholarships? 

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarships available depending on conditions. Refer to application form

 

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DPM Diploma In Project Management

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

C-

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 100,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 121,000.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

Module I

1. DPM 001: Project scope and documentation
2. DPM 002: project management environment
3. DPM 003: Project finance and budgets
4. DPM 004: Project Information and Communication Technology
5. DPM 005: Quantitative Methods
6. DPM 006: Project Procurement Management
7. DPM 007: Project Planning and Design
8. DPM 008: Fundamentals of Financial Management

Module II

9. DPM 009: Project teams and team management
10. DPM 010: Project stakeholders
11. DPM 011: Project Governance and Ethics
12. DPM 012: Fundamentals of Research Methods
13. DPM 013: Project Operations Management
14. DPM 014: Project Quality Management
15. DPM 015: Principles of Monitoring & Evaluation

Module III

16. DPM 016: Project Management Methodologies
17. DPM 017: Project Management Consultancy
18. DPM 018: Project Risk Management
19. DPM 019: Project Sustainability
20. DPM 020: Research Project

Course Description

Diploma in Project Management - DPM:- Is a...

Course Instructor(s)

PETER NYACHOME
Kenneth Kibugi

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

 

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can I pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 3 installments as follows;

 

Installments 1: 51,000( payable in 2 installments)

Installments 2: 35,000(payable in 2 installments)

Installments 3: 35,000(payable in 2 installments)

 

Q3. Do you offer partial scholarships? 

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarships available depending on conditions. Refer to apllication form.

 

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DSCD Diploma In Social Work - Community Development

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

C-

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 100,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 121,000.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

  • Social work theory and practice
  • Introduction to community development
  • Development Economics
  • Community Based organizations
  • Communication skills
  • Entrepreneurship education
  • Community capacity building and Empowerment
  • Information communication Technology
  • Resource mobilization and Fundraising.
  • Project management
  • Advocacy and Lobbying
  • HIV/AIDS and other Pandemics
  • Disaster management Statistics
  • Legal aspects in social development
  • Resource management
  • Transformation and social marketing
  • Community development methodologies
  • Management of Community Concerns
  • Community Leadership
  • Gender and Development Social Research project

 

 

 

Course Description

Diploma in Community Development and Social Work

Course Instructor(s)

Rose Okwiya
Elizabeth Muturi

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

 

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can I pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 3 installments as follows;

 

Installments 1: 57,000( payable in 2 installments)

Installments 2: 32,000(payable in 2 installments)

Installments 3: 32,000(payable in 2 installments)

Q3. Do you offer partial scholarships? 

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarships are available depending on conditions. Refer to application form

 

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DNCM Diploma In Negotiation And Conflict Management

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

C-

Duration: 20 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,000.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 75,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 91,000.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

Module 1 - Negotiation and Conflict Management:

 

  • Negotiation and Conflict Management
  • Negotiation theory and practice – negotiation defined
  • Power and society – the rise of negotiation and conflict management
  • The sources of conflict in the organisation
  • Conflict escalation and steps to prevent it
  • Conflict management strategies
  • The two distinct approaches to negotiation
  • Understanding your own negotiation style
  • Negotiation as a mixed motive process
  • Balancing Assertiveness and Empathy

 

Module 2 - Practical Negotiation Strategies:

  • Practical Negotiation Strategies
  • Strategic and tactical negotiation approaches to negotiation
  • Value claiming distributive negotiation strategies
  • Cost and Benefits of Conflict
  • Conflict Styles
  • Balancing Assertiveness and Empathy
  • Confrontations
  • Delivering Negative Feedback
  • Managing Unacceptable Behavior
  • Opening offers, Anchors, Concessions
  • Value creating Integrative negotiation strategies
  • Sharing information, diagnostic questions & unbundling issues
  • Package deals, multiple offers and post-settlement settlements

 

Module 3 - Negotiation Planning, Preparing and Power:

  • Negotiation Planning, Preparing and Power
  • Wants and needs – distinguishing between interests and positions
  • A three step model for negotiation preparation
  • Your position, their position and the situation assessment
  • Understanding the sources of negotiating power
  • Altering the balance of power
  • The power of body language
  • Conflict Management Model
  • Understanding thoughts from body language
  • Dealing with confrontational negotiators

 

Module 4 - Mediation Skills:

  • Mediation skills
  • Mediation in practice
  • Communication and questioning
  • Getting to the Roots of Emotions
  • Conversation Management
  • Managing Hostility and Aggression
  • Downward and Upward Relationship Spirals
  • Dealing with Difficult People
  • Active listening in negotiation
  • Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration and Litigation
  • Mediation as a facilitated negotiation
  • Techniques of the mediator - practical mediation skills to help resolve disputes
  • Working in negotiation teams

Module 5 - International and Cross Cultural Negotiations:

 

  • International and cross cultural negotiations
  • Cultural Values and Negotiation Norms
  • Advice for cross cultural negotiators
  • Communication styles for international negotiations
  • Culture clash and how to avoid failed negotiations
  • Applying learning to a range of organisational situations
  • Political and Legal Issues in International Negotiations

 

Course Description

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1.How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can i pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 3 installments as follows:

 

Installment 1: 56,000(payable in 2 installments)

Installment 2: 25,000(payable in 2 installments)

Installment 3: 25,000(payable in 2 installments)

 

Q3. Do you offer partial scholarships?

Answer: Yes. Partial scholarships are available depending on conditions. Refer to application form.

 

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Diploma In Monitoring And Evaluation

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

C-

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,040.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,030.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 108,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 129,070.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

Course Units/Overview

                         Module I

1.DIMAE001 :Project Planning & Management

2.DIMAE002 :Monitoring And Evaluation Design And Implementation

3.DIMAE003 :Participatory M&E

4. DIMAE004 :Results Based M&E

5.DIMAE005 :Project Management Governance And Accountability

6.DIMAE006 :Impact Assessment And Evaluation

                            Module II

7. DIMAE007: Social Research Methods

8.DIMAE008: Advocacy And Lobbying In Monitoring And Evaluation

9.DIMAE009: Proposal Writing

10.DIMAE010: Basic Statistics

11.DIMAE011: Gender In M&E

12.DIMAE012: Ethics In M&E

                    Module III

13.DIMAE013: Emerging Issues In M&E

14.DIMAE014: M&E Data Analysis

15.DIMAE015: M&E Report Writing And Presentation

16.DIMAE016: SDG&M&E

17.DIMAE017: Statistics Basic

18.DIMAE018: M&E Research Project

Course Description

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

Finstock Evarsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st


Q2. In how many installments can i pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 3 installments as follows:

 

Installment 1: 43690.00

Installment 2: 42690.00

Installment 3: 42690.00

Q3. Do you offer partial scholarships? 

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarship is available depending on conditions. Refer to the application form

 

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DCSM Diploma In Criminology And Security Management

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

C-

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,040.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,030.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 90,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 111,070.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

Course Units/Overview

 

                 Module I

1.DCSM101: Security management

2.DCSM102: Forensic Criminology

3.DCSM103: Physical Security

4.DCSM104: Crime prevention

5.DCSM105: Information security management

6.DCSM106: Psychology of Criminal Behaviour

                      Module II

7. DCSM107: Criminal law

8. DCSM108: Law of evidence

9.DCSM109 Principles of management

10.DCSM110. Criminology

11. DCSM111 :Public relations & communication

12.DCSM112: Occupational safety & health

                  Module III

 13.DCSM113: Sociology

14.DCSM114: Communication Skills

15.DCSM115: Juvenile Delinquency

16.DCSM116: Finger Printing

17.DCSM117: Crime Analysis

18.DCSM118 :Personal Development

Course Description

About the Course

This course is much beneficial to anyone seeking professional recognition and qualification within the security sector at middle and senior management levels. The course is open to all those who operate within the private and public security sectors, with or without security management experience.

Learners will acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes on security management, understand the administration of public safety and security organizations, their roles in an integrated public and private sector security system and establish a pool of knowledge that will lead to professionalism in the public and private security sectors through application of security management principles in crime prevention, safety and loss prevention.

Targets for this Course

This course is best for security personnel in government, non-governmental and private sector, those who own security companies, police officers, security managers, leaders, community leaders, NGO staff and employee, civil servants, students in colleges or universities, project management and implementation staff.

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

Finstock Evarsity

FAQs

What are the learning outcomes?

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, the grandaunts will have gained skill, knowledge and experience:

a) To explore the nature, types, approaches and new security related challenges and to boost human capacity to manage crime at local, grassroots and community levels.

b) Equip learners with skills to conduct scientific investigations and interpret official documents in addition to analysing some of the major debates that dominate the existing literature on scientific crime investigation, prevention and management.

c) To train human resource required in various security related careers and professions within the public and private sector as well as skills to conduct criminology and investigative research.

What will be my job prospects?

Job Prospects 

At the end of the course, the grandaunts can get jobs in the following fields:

i) Security agencies like police, traffic, investigation, military, national security etc.

i) Security companies (private) engaged to guard personal properties

iii) Spy companies or organizations to provide criminal intelligences

iv) Set up their own security companies

v) Intelligence analysts, business environment strategists/experts etc.

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Certificate Courses


CIRDCertificate In International Relations And Diplomacy

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

D-

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 4,980.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,020.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 30,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 46,000.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

Module I

  • Certificate in International Relations and Diplomacy
  • Communication Skills
  • Ethics in International Relations
  • Politics and Government in Kenya
  • Kenya’s Foreign Policy
  • International Law

Module II

  • Issues in International Relations
  • International Organizations
  • Comparative Foreign Policy
  • Regional Cooperation and Integration
  • Techniques in International Diplomacy
  • French 1

Course Description

Course Instructor(s)

John Wacera
Florence Tolo

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

 

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2.In how many installements can i pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 2 installments as follows:

 

Installment 1: 23,500

Installment 2: 22,500

 

Q3.Do you offer partial scholarships?

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarship is available depending on conditions. Refer to application form.

 

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CRAMCertificate In Records And Archives Management

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

D-

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 4,980.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,020.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 30,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 46,000.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

Semester I

  • Introduction to Library and Information Science
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Introduction to database system
  • Introdution to multimedia information sources and services
  • Introduction to records and archives
  • Introduction to organization of knowledge

Semester II

  • Internet and Information services
  • Introduction to management of Library and information centres
  • Records management
  • Organization of knowledge:classification
  • Organization of knowledge: cataloguing
  • Information communication and mass media

 

Course Description

Certificate in Records and Archives Management

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

FE

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can I pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 2 installments as follows;

 

Semester 1: 23470( payable in 2 installments)

Semester 2: 22470 (payable in 2 installments)

 

Q3. Do you offer partial scholarships? 

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarships available depending on conditions. Refer to application form

 

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CPMCertificate In Project Management

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

D-

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,005.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,010.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 44,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 60,015.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

 001: Project scope and documentation
 002: project management environment
 004: Project Communication
 006: Project Procurement Management
 007: Project Planning and Design
 009: Project teams and team management
 011: Project Governance and Ethics
 012: Fundamentals of Research Methods
 013: Project Operations & Financial Management
015: Principles of Monitoring & Evaluation
 016: Project Management Methodologies
 018: Project Risk Management

Course Description

Certificate in Project Management

Course Instructor(s)

John Mwangi
SAMUEL MAINA
Joseph Were
Jeremiah Nyambane

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

 

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2.In how many installements can i pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 2 installments as follows:

 

Semester 1: 40,000

Semester 2: 20,000

 

Q3.Do you offer partial scholarships?

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarship is available depending on conditions.Refer to apllication form.

 

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CSCDCertificate In Social Work - Community Development

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

D-

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,005.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,010.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 40,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 56,015.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

  • Social work theory and practice
  • Introduction to community development
  • Community Based organizations
  • Communication skills
  • Entrepreneurship education
  • Information communication Technology

Course Description

Certificate in Community Development And Social Work

Course Instructor(s)

James Kimani

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can i pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 2 installments as follows:

 

Installment 1: 36,000

Installment 2: 20,000

 

Q3.Do you offer partial scholarships?

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarship is available depending on conditions. Refer to application form.

 

Register Now

CCRNCertificate In Negotiation And Conflict Management

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

D-

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,000.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 40,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 56,000.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

UNIT ONE: CONFLICT RESOLUTION SKILLS

  • Determining the source and assessing conflict
  • Breaking down the conflict into issues and interests
  • Approaching resolution in a balanced manner

UNIT TWO: MEDIATION SKILLS/ETHICS & VALUES

  • The importance of communication skills
    • The techniques to encourage conciliation and open dialogue
    • The impact of bias and conflicts of interest
    • The liabilities of a nonprofessional approach to alternative conflict resolution using integrity, competence and confidentiality

UNIT THREE: DEALING WITH PEOPLE IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS & DEALING WITH CRITICISM

  • understanding different behaviour types
  • drawing distinctions between person and the problem
  • identifying influences that create difficult behaviour
  • using effective neutral language
  • drawing boundaries, creating space and clarifying roles
  • giving constructive criticism and managing personal criticisms

UNIT FOUR: NEGOTIATION SKILLS & CONSENSUS BUILDING

  • Know the major negotiation concepts
  • Understand how to achieve a win-win position
  • Understand the fundamental building blocksof effective negotiations
  • Have an increased confidencein the negotiation process
  • Develop skills through negotiation simulation
  • Develop the ability to recognize and analyze bargaining situations

 

UNIT FIVE: CRITICAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS

  • functional communication
  • How to identify and evaluate the critical communication skills
  • How to design effective teaching strategies to promote these skills independent of modality
  • How to incorporate effective visual strategies for all communicators
  • How to incorporate these skills into functional activities and routines

Course Description

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

Finstock E-varsity/Knec

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

 

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can i pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 2 installments as follows:

 

Installment 1: 36,000

Installment 2: 20,000

 

Q3.Do you offer partial scholarships?

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarship is available depending on conditions. Refer to application form.

 

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CCSMCertificate In Criminology And Security Management

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

D-

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 5,040.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,010.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 42,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 58,050.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

Course Units/Overview

                     Module I

1.CCSM 101: Introduction To Criminology

2.CCSM 102: Criminal Law

3.CCSM 103: Law Evidence

4.CCSM 104: Forensic Accounting

5.CCSM 105 :Information Security

6.CCSM 106: Criminal Justice Administration

7.CCSM 107 :Sociology

                                  Module II

8.CCSM 201: Community Policing

9.CCSM 202: Principle Of Management

10.CCSM 203: Juvenile Deliquency

11.CCSM 204 : Crime Analysis

12.CCSM 205: Personal Development

13.CCSM 206: Finger Printing

14.CCSM 207 :Communication Skills

Course Description

Criminology and forensic science are two extremely interesting courses that should be studied if one is serious about studying all aspects of crime. They are important courses that enable people to understand more about crime, its evolution and trends as well as the technical mechanisms of investigating crime and the general crime preventive strategies and mechanisms

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

 

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st


Q2. In how many installments can i pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 2 installments as follows:

 

Installment 1: 29525.00

Installment 2: 28525.00

Q3. Do you offer partial scholarships? 

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarship is available depending on conditions. Refer to the application form

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CIMAECertificate In Monitoring And Evaluation

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement

D-

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Compulsory Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00
Administration Fee KES 4,980.00
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,020.00
External Exam Fee KES 0.00
Tuition Fee KES 30,000.00
Online Study Mode KES 0.00
Examining Body Membership Fee KES 0.00
TOTALS KES 46,000.00
Other Optional Fees
Online & Class Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 10,000.00
Online & Executive Study Mode(1 day orientation) KES 20,000.00
Partial Scholarships Available, Apply Now!

*Note:

All fees are payable in installments, for details, check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

Semester I

  • Project planning and management
  • Monitoring and evaluation design and implementation
  • Participatory monitoring and evaluation
  • Result based monitoring and evaluation
  • Project management governance and accountability
  • Impact assessment and evaluation

Semester II

  • Social research methods
  • Advocacy and lobbying in monitoring and evaluation
  • Proposal writing
  • Basic statistics
  • Gender in monitoring and evaluation
  • Ethics in monitoring and evaluation

 

 

 

Course Description

Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

FE

FAQs

Q1. How many intakes are there?

Answer: There are three intakes in a year as follows:

Intake Trimester Period Application Window
January Intake Jan 1st - Apr 30th Nov 1st - Feb 28th
May Intake May 1st - Aug 31st Mar 1st-July 31st 
September Intake Sept 1st -Dec 31st Aug 1st -Oct 31st

Q2. In how many installments can I pay the fees?

Answer: Payment is in 2 installments as follows;

 

Semester 1: 23470( payable in 2 installments)

Semester 2: 22470 (payable in 2 installments)

 

Q3. Do you offer partial scholarships? 

Answer: Yes. Partial Scholarships available depending on conditions. Refer to application form

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