Upcoming Courses

We have a lot of new and interesting courses at MS-TCDC. Here you can view all our upcoming courses.

Monday, March 25, 2019
The course is designed for governance and development actors from the following groups: government institutions, non-governmental organizations, cooperatives and associations, community based organizations; farmers’ organizations and the media involved in or want to be involve in human rights based approaches to policy and development programme formulation and implementation processes.
Monday, April 1, 2019
This course is intended for participants who have recently arrived in East Africa and require basic Swahili language and culture to enable them function within their environment. It is a three weeks course offered four times a year, with a total of 90 teaching hours including excursions and Swahili language immersion sessions.
Monday, April 1, 2019
This course is a combination of previous experiences and learning offers in humanitarian affairs. Humanitarian workers and those interested in building a career in humanitarian sector work; leaders with political, public service, civil society or business responsibilities; development workers at national and local levels; programme officers working in development and humanitarian organisations, as well as, entrants seeking to enhance their career knowledge base in humanitarian affairs.
Monday, April 1, 2019
This course builds on knowledge gained in Swahili beginner’s course hence is intended for participants who have completed Swahili beginner’s course or who in other ways have acquired corresponding level of Swahili. It is a three weeks course, offered four times a year with a total of 90 teaching hours including excursions and Swahili language immersion sessions.
Monday, May 6, 2019
This course is intended for participants who have been exposed to a Swahili speaking environment and are fast learners since the pace is very intense. It is a two weeks course with a total of 60 teaching hours, which includes excursions and Swahili language immersion sessions.
Monday, May 6, 2019
This course builds on knowledge gained in Swahili beginner’s course hence is intended for participants who have completed Swahili beginner’s course or who in other ways have acquired corresponding level of Swahili and are fast learners since the pace is very intense. It is a two weeks course with a total of 60 teaching hours, which includes excursions and Swahili language immersion sessions.
Monday, May 6, 2019
This course introduces participants, to institutionalized resource mobilisation approaches. The course offers a complete overview of holistic resource mobilisation as an integral part of institutional development, transformation and communication function in contemporary public, private and NGO sector organisations. Away from traditional fundraising practice, the course is newly reorganized to match current and emerging trends and practices in fundraising methods, know-how, as driven by shifts in technology, donor priorities, the creative alternative “financing for development” options and riding on and advancing the culture and role of modern philanthropy through traditional and new technology platforms.
Monday, May 20, 2019
This course will empower participants to understand the entire project planning and management cycle and enable participant to acquire timely and responsive skills to effectively and efficiently manage the implementation of projects/programmes and ensure that the projects/programmes are consistent and deliver as per expected results.
Monday, June 17, 2019
The course is meant for people who work in Programming and programme quality, M&E, Programme Quality Effectiveness and Accountability roles and would like work effectively, and people who would like to improve their practical experience in M&E including people leading/supervising M&E processes and practices in their organization. Also for people implementing programs/projects and M&E Consultants. The course has been reorganized to cover contempoary concepts and advanced practices such as results based management, impact assessment, outcome mapping and outcome harvesting in week two.
Sunday, June 23, 2019
This a development tool for campaigning and raising awareness for social change. The course will support communication experts, campaigners, human right advocates, journalists and filmmakers to research, document and distribute impact production using audio visual.