Training Courses

THE DEVELOPMENT ANALYST LIMITED

INTERNATIONAL TRAINING SOLUTION

LEADERS IN STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION, ICT AND MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPMENT

Yearly Training Programs

NAIROBI. KAMPALA. KIGALI. ARUSHA. NAIROBI. JUBA. ABUJA

Yearly Training Programs

These training courses are handled by the development Analyst in conjunction with International School of Business and Technology under Sikkim Manipal University India.

Course name Course Duration(days) Period: January-March Location: . ( To be Determined)
A Strategic Communication Programme (SCP) Target Audience
1 Introduction to Communication 5 CEOs, Directors, managers, Communication and Public Relations Officer and Managers; Development Workers, Researchers, Extension Workers all staff in all kind of category
Planning for Communication 5
3. Communication Strategy Development 5
4. 5
6 Communication Strategy Monitoring & Evaluation 5
B Advanced Strategic Communication Programme
1 Behavioral Change Communication 5
2 Advocacy Campaign Management 5
3 Social Mobilization 5
4 Crisis Communication 5
5 Public relations/Tactical Communication 5
6 Interpersonal Communication 5
7 Production of user-friendly products
8 IEC message & material packaging, Pretesting and Production
9 Intership 5
C. Print Media Training; April_May Location 🙁 To be Determined)
In-depth Reporting, Writing & editing 5 Journalist, reporters, Editors and Development Workers
Copy writing 5
3 Advanced Editing and proof reading 5
4 Technical Writing 5
Financial reporting 5
Science and Technology reporting 5
Writing for Website 5
Writing and editing Magazines 5
9 Intership 5
Electronic Media Training April_May Location:( To be Determined)
Theory of Radio and TV production 5 Radio and TV Producers, Journalist, reporters, Editors and Development Workers
Radio and TV News featuring 5
TV Operation and programming 5
TV and news gathering and production 5
Multi-Media network Practice 5
Management for Development (MFD) : June-July
1 Introduction to Development Management 5 Directors, Heads of Departments, Monitoring and evaluation Officers, Development Managers, Project Managers, Development Workers
2 Marketing Management 5
Project and Programme Management (PPM) 5
4 Project Planning for Development (PPD) 5
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) 5
The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) 5
F Advanced Management for Development (MFD)
Project Financial Management (PFM) 5
Project Reporting for Development (PRD 5
Project Documentation & reporting 5
Applied Monitoring and Evaluation ( M&E) 5
Result Based M& E 5
Impact Assessment 5
Gender mainstreaming in projects and programmes 10
Intership
Institutional Development and Organizational: August
Organizational Development 5 Human Resource Managers and Officers, Finance and Administrative Managers and officers, accountants
Capacity/Institutional Building 5
Productivity Skills 5
Financial Management & Accounting 5
Human Resource Management 5
Change Management 5
Successful Partnerships 5
Resource Mobilization 5
Multi-Media Training & Applications:.
1 Communications & Visual Design Tools 5 System Administrators, Network Administrators, IT Officers, Database Administrators, Accountants, Webmasters, programmers, Researchers, Extension Workers
2 Business Solutions 2:Introduction to Multi-Media Production & Digital Photography 10
3. Business Solutions 3: Adobe suite: Illustrator 5 , Photoshop 5 , in-design and Page -maker 10
I Advanced Multi-Media Training & Applications:.
1 Practical Design Printed matter 10
Business Solutions 3:Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 & Adobe Dreamweaver5 10
Business Solutions 3:Adobe after effects 10
Practical Editing of Video 10
Intership 10
j Knowledge Management & Applications ; October
1 Knowledge Management Fundamentals 1 Knowledge Management & Communication Manager and Officers, Librarians, Researchers, Extension Workers
2 A Knowledge Sharing Environment 1
3 Knowledge Sharing in your organization 1
4 Knowledge Management Strategy 1
5 Knowledge Management Application 5
6 Intership 5
k Web-Master Training Nov.
1 Photoshop CS5 5 Internet programmers, multi-media programmers, systems developers, Web Masters, Application developers, IT developers, System Administrators, Network Administrators, IT Officers, Database Administrators, Accountants, Webmasters, programmers, Researchers, Extension Workers
2 Flash CS5 5
3 jQuery 5
4 HTML5 upgrade 5
5 HTML and CSS 5
6 Dreamweaver CS5 & Website Programming 5
L Advance Web-Master Training
Databases and XML
Development Environment & CMS
Web Communications and Network
Web Design Practical 5

Website Maintenance& E-Mobilization

5
6..

Security

5

Intership

5
I Social Media Training: Dec.
1 Principles of social media 1 Communication and Public Relations Managers; Development Workers; Knowledge Management & Communication Manager and Officers, Librarians, all staff in all kind of category
2 The major social media sites
3 Social Media strategy 1
4 Measuring Social Media
5 Additional Resources -Content, Social Media policy, risk and crisis management, measuring its success, Do’s and Don’ts. 1
Intership 5
J E-Concept Development Programme
1 E-commerce 5 Directors, Heads of Departments, Monitoring and evaluation Officers, Development Managers, Project Managers, Development Workers, Private Business people etc
2 E-Marketing 5
E-Business Production 5
E-Design 5
E-Communications 5
6. E-Media Productiion 5
k Business Solutions Training
1 Quick Books 10 Administrators, Accountants and managers
2 Sage Accounting 10
3 Intership 10
L Innovation and Entrepreneurship Youth, Development workers, managers

Youth, Development workers, managers

1 Innovation, Development and Growth 5
2 Management & Network 5
3 Practical Business Operations 5
Social entrepreneurship, Economy and events 5
Intership 5
M Leadership Training
Introduction to leadership 5
Professional Leadership 5
Leadership in Dynamic Relations 5
Organizations & Processes 5
Organization, Management & Strategy 5
N Sales and Marketing Training
1 Strategy, Business Models, organization and Logistics 5 Youth, Development workers, relations managers, managers
2 Sales and Marketing 5
3 International sales 5
Innovative E-Marketing 5
Global Business 5
Intership 5

Notes;

  1. The courses can be tailored made to fit to the organizations needs and demands
  2. Registration is done 3 month before the start date of the course
  3. Candidate who do all modules and pass examinations and course work shall l be entitled certificate(s)
  4. Participants should have Laptop and other requirements

The techniques we are applying are carefully designed to produce desired results. These techniques have been tried, tested and proven to be successful. We are committed to developing mutually beneficial partnership with client organizations by provide world-class on time and on budget.

OUR VISION

Vision: One-Stop Shop provider for services that are practical, client oriented and provide solutions to clients

OUR MISSION

‘’Delivering customized, professional, results-oriented training, technical, institutional building, research, studies, monitoring and evaluation, publishing and consultancy services’’

OUR TRAINING PROGRAMMES

Banking & Financial Management

Human Resource Management

Monitoring and evaluation of impacts

Programme Development & Management

Design and Implementation of Communication Strategies

Print and Electronic Media

Social Media and Networking

ICT for development

Knowledge Management

Entrepreneurial and Business Skills

Successful Partnership

Resource Mobilisation

OUR CONSULTANCY SOLUTIONS

Design and Implementation of Communication Strategies

Advertising and Creative

Graphic Design ad Illustrators

Script writing

Videography

Audio Production

Experiential Services

Research and studies

Monitoring and evaluation of impacts

Media Buying and Monitoring

Psychometric Services

Publishing Management

ICT for Development

Knowledge Management

Web-based Services-Website and Email Hosting

Study Abroad Service

STRATEGY

The Centre uses Academic –Practitioners Partnerships Strategy in delivering the trainings to the youth. It also uses apprecentiship, motivational talks, case studies, internship, among others. The Approach ACP3 feedback loop provides a continuous mechanism for improvement and value addition in the entire system. The practitioners involved mist be responsive to societal needs and will to share their experience , knowledge and expertise with the trainees by giving lectures, holding workshops and interacting with one –on –one whenever possible. Companies/industries/SMSes help to organize seminars, training sessions, courseware, projects etc in relevant fields to give them the industry perspective and enabling them to train them accordingly. Practitioners and Academia work in tandem in grooming of trainees who will be employers and producers of tomorrow.

Software skills such communication, management, ICT , development management, social media etc. are provided to trainees aimed at grooming them to be excellent team players and help adopt corporate work culture easily. Business and professional ethics groom the trainees and set their expectations what behavior is expected and not what is expected in field. Employees are effective when he/she follows the value set by the organization.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

Since 2010 we have introduced a concept called “quality in international recruitment. The concept was introduced to make sure that we as an trainers and our international representatives, agents or marketing intermediates honor the responsibilities and obligations defined by the Code of Conduct we have joined. In other words, do all parties act like we have promised to act – and we let the users – the students – make this evaluation.

After each intake we carry out a survey among the relevant group of Trainees. A trainee must take part in the survey approximately one month after having joined the programme.

Based upon the survey results we are able to evaluate the performance of each or our representatives, agents or marketing intermediates from a user’s point of view, i.e. the trainees’. Further, the survey gives us an important input regarding our own performance as a Training Centre.

Each year we publish a report summarizing the survey results, our own comments and identified areas of action to improve the quality of our recruitment activities and processes. Further, on a yearly basis, all our partners will have this general report together with the respective partner evaluation, and recommended actions to be taken to improve the quality of their actions.

ASSOCIATES AND FACILITATORS

Our associates are from regional, continental and global ranging from academic institutions, research institution and private sector. The partners include; International School of Business and Technology, Uganda, Sikkim Manipal University India, Development Communications Centre, University of Thailand, College of Development Communication, University of Phillipines Los Banos, , College of Agriculture and Kabanyolo Research Institutes, Makerere University, Makerere Business School to name a few. We engage highly skilled and qualified facilitators and consultants who are specialize in diverse areas we work in. This coupled with research and studies ensures that the clients get most current and practical information and technical support.

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