Paticipatory Project Planning and Management


Introduction:

The demand for higher levels of education, especially higher diploma, postgraduate studies and bachelor’s degree has increased drastically in recent years due to the up-scaling numbers of form six and diploma graduates from different technical institutions in the country. The rising demand for participatory project planning experts in other sectors has also inspired the Institute to establish the Bachelor’s degree programme in Participatory Project Planning and Management (BPPM).
Based on the recent stakeholders’ workshop and the labour market survey the Institute was compelled to review the existing degree programme in order to meet the current labour market demand.

Higher Diploma and bachelor’s degree levels are currently considered by many stakeholders as minimum qualification for entry into the labour market. The Institute focuses on meeting employers’ demands by producing qualified and competent prospective employees

Aim:

The overall aim of the training programme at this level is to enhance awareness of the participatory project planning and management approaches and processes

Objective of the course

At the end of this programme, learners will be able to:

  • Enhance community capacity in financing and managing projects and programmes
  • Facilitate participatory monitoring and evaluation for enhancing project effectiveness and sustainability
  • Enhance capacity to improve community wellbeing
  • Enhance community capacity in exploring economic options

Admission requirements of the course

The minimum entry requirements for the programme are based on the standards set by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE). The programme shall admit holders of higher diploma (NTA level 7) in the same field of study i.e. Participatory Project Planning and Management.

The programme comprises twelve (12) modules that are spread over two semesters in one academic year. Each module has to be covered in one semester of sixteen (16) weeks. Therefore, the whole programme has a total of thirty two (32) weeks of study.

 



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