ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT (ABMA)


This is a one-year FULLTIME course, which is designed for those students who wish to develop Project management skills. At the end of the course students are expected to be skilled and knowledgeable in the following areas:

UNITS

At the end of the course students are expected to be skilled and knowledgeable in the following areas:

SEMESTER I 

ENG 999:              English Language
ADPPM 1901:     Communication Skills
ADPPM 1902:     Information Communication Technology
ADPPM 1903:     Community Based Development
ADPPM 1904:     Natures And Organization Of Project Management
ADPPM 1905:     Planning And Scheduling
ADPPM 1906:     The Financial & Commercial Framework

SEMESTER II 

ADPPM 1907:     Social Research Methods
ADPPM 1908:     Managing Works And Costs
ADPPM 1909:     Human Resource Management
ADPPM 1910:     Purchasing And Materials Management
ADPPM 1911:     Computers And Project Management
ADPPM 1912:     Participatory Assessment, Monitoring And Evaluation
ADPPM 1913:     Basic Mathematics
ADPPM 1914:     Project (Total Supervisory Unit)

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum qualifications are KCSE C- or KCE Div. 2 or the equivalent
  • Certificate in Project management, Social development, Social work or Community development
  • Course open to beginners, Development facilitators, Project managers and Fresh students

 

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