Diploma in Social Work & Community Development

This course is intended to equip the trainees with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable them to perform and manage development activities in the society. Community development work aims to facilitate people in working together to influence and guide the future of their community.

NIBS College offers a unique insight into current community development practice through the sharing of knowledge and experience with other program participants as well as interaction with community services and community development sector experts.

Course content

MODULE I
  1. Social work theory and practice
  2. Introduction to community development
  3. Development Economics
  4. Community Based organizations
  5. Communication skills
  6. Entrepreneurship education
  7. Community capacity building and Empowerment
  8. Information communication technology
MODULE II
  1. Resource mobilization and Fundraising
  2. Project management
  3. Advocacy and Lobbying
  4. HIV/AIDS and other Pandemics
  5. Disaster management
  6. Statistics
  7. Legal aspects in social development
  8. Resource management
MODULE III
  1. Transformation and social marketing
  2. Community development methodologies
  3. Management of Community Concerns
  4. Community Leadership
  5. Gender and Development
  6. Social Research project
EXAMINER

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  • Requirements:
  • Entry Grade: C-(minus) in KCSE or certificate in community Development
  • 2 passport size photos
  • Copy of National ID/ Passport
  • Duration: 2 Years
  • Entry Grade: C- (Minus) in KCSE or Certificate in Community Development/Social work

INTAKE:JAN/MARCH/JUNE/SEPT

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