Available courses

Silabasi hii imetayarishwa ili kuyakidhi mahitaji ya wasomi wanaosomea kozi ya cheti ya ECDE muhula

wa pili 2020.Toleo hili limeshughulikia stadi zote nne za lugha ambazo ni:

A] Kuzungumza na kusikiliza

B] sarufi

C] kuandika(imla na Insha)

D] kusoma na kufahamu.

Language is a system of international communication through sound, gestures or

symbols that are understandable to others. It is also a human speech, written symbols or any

means of communication. This is the most remarkable cognitive achievement acquisition of

language in children.

This unit is intended for all individuals who work and interact with young children. It covers the

main theories of personality development and also illustrates how the knowledge from these

theories is applicable in real-life situations. Learners in this unit will not only be well equipped

to work with young children but they will also acquire vital information on personality

development.

The unit examines the nature and scope of psychology as a foundation for understanding human

development. Learning theories relevant to ECDE and their contributions on how children learn

are discussed. In addition, key concepts in psychology such as intelligence, memory, motivation,

concept formation, sensation, perception, attitudes, emotions and factors influencing learning

have been also highlighted.

The unit aims at imparting learners with knowledge and skills on principles, leadership patterns

and group dynamics in a community as well roles played by different stakeholders in the holistic

development of children.

All children regardless of their race, social, economic status and religion have the rights which
must be safeguarded by those who care for them. For instance, caregivers, parents, teachers
and the government. It is only when the rights of children are safeguarded that one can realize
their full potential.

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to explain the concepts of philosophy and sociology in relation to ECDE.
-They will be able to compare the concepts of the child in an African and international concept.
-Learners will be able to State the historical development of ECDE in Kenya during the pre- and post independent.
- The Emerging Trends and issues affecting ECDE in Kenya.

By the end of the lesson, the learner will be able to State the importance of Music and Movement among the ECDE children.
The teacher will also be able to explain terms used in Music and Movement.
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- By the end of the lesson, the learners will be able to understand concepts in child growth and Development. 
- They will learn the theories and Developmental milestones in child Dev.
- Learners will learn the agents of socialization among learners.
- Teachers will state the school readiness among the young learners.
- State Social competence among the learners and how to Develop them

General Knowledge is intended to enrich and enhance the learners knowledge on

general issues like morals, values, entertainment and current affairs.

Young children have innate talents to create and appreciate nature. This talent can

be awakened through provision of locally available materials for manipulation.

This provides them with opportunities that expose them to varied experiences within their

environment.

this unit focuses on the basic study of child development.

It also provides an understanding of how children grow, develop and learn.

Early childhood education in Kenya has developed from a little known concept to a widely

accepted practice in Kenya today. Various factors have been responsible for the development

of ECDE program before and after independence.

The unit aims at equipping the learner with knowledge on the origin and development of ECDE

program and the current status of ECDE in Kenya.

It also helps the trainee to acquire administrative and managerial skills necessary in the

implementation of the ECDE program.

It also aims at equipping the teacher trainee with the skills necessary in mobilizing stakeholders

on efficient administrative and management of ECDE centres

Learners will be able to define terms used in teaching child Psychology.
The learners will be able to learn different personalities among the young children. They will  be able to explain factors that influence learning among the ECDE children. Teachers will also explain types of children , their characteristics and management. Teachers will also learn importance of play among the ECDE children.


By the end of the lesson, learners will be able to tell the importance of physical psychomotor among the young learners. 
- They will state factors to consider when developing learning Materials for the ECDE Children.
- Learners will explain factors to consider when preparing play for children.
-They will explain importance of play among the young learners.

 BY the end of the Unit. The learner should be able to discuss defination of terms used in child Dev. Learn aspects of growth and Dev among young learners. 
ii)  Stages of Early Child hood and development.
iii) Factors that influence growth and Development among young ones.
iv) Theories of child Growth and Development.

This unit entails how data and information is processed and transmitted from one point to another through the use of

computers and other telecommunication devices.

Objectives

 Data processing modes

 Transmission modes and techniques

 Data encoding methods

 Networking devices and techniques.

this unit entails creation of simple and complex system software for solving problems in various fields in our daily lives

using graphics or objects in a window based environment.

Objectives

 Developing systems in a window based environment

 Analyzing systems and developing programs suitable for business environment

 Writing programs for both new and existing companies and institutions

This unit equips learners with computer applications software knowledge and skills enabling the trainees to be able

to use the various applications practically.

Objectives

 Introduction to computer applications

 Operating System

 Word Processing

 Electronic spreadsheets

 DBMS

 Presentation software

This unit ensures learners get acquainted with knowledge in computers and telecommunications equipment to

store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data.

Objectives

 Concepts of ICT

 Data security and control

 Databases

 Computer Networks

 This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable him/her use

operating system in a computing environment.

By the end of the module unit the trainee should be able to:

a. Understand the principles of operating systems

b. Appreciate the functions of operating systems

c. Use operating systems in a computer environment

Database Management Systems provides an introduction to the management of database systems. The course

emphasizes the understanding of the fundamentals of relational systems including data models, database

architectures, and database manipulations.

The learning objectives of this course are:

 To understand how C++ improves C with object-oriented features.

 To learn how to write inline functions for efficiency and performance.

 To learn the syntax and semantics of the C++ programming language.

 To learn how to design C++ classes for code reuse.

 To learn how to implement copy constructors and class member functions.

 To understand the concept of data abstraction and encapsulation.

 To learn how to overload functions and operators in C++.

 To learn how containment and inheritance promote code reuse in C++.

 To learn how inheritance and virtual functions implement dynamic binding with polymorphism.

 To learn how to design and implement generic classes with C++ templates.

 To learn how to use exception handling in C++ programs.

This unit enables students get knowledge in computer system preventive as well as curative measures.

Objectives

 Introduction to PC repair

 Types of maintenance

 Motherboards

 Computer processor

 Memory

 Assembly and disassembly

 Troubleshooting

By the end of the module unit the trainee should be able to:

a. Explain internet-based programming

b. Describe approaches to web programming

c. HTML

d. Web Authoring and design tools

e. JavaScript and active server pages

f. Web security

g. Emerging trends in internet based programming

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with the knowledge, skills and attitude to enable him/her to

undertake systems analysis and design.

By the end of the module unit the trainee should be able to:

a. Understand systems concepts

b. Understand systems analysis and design

c. Use systems analysis design tools and techniques

d. Apply systems development methodologies

e. Apply information system project management skills

This course introduces you to QuickBooks Accounting. The trainer will help you learn

QuickBooks by explaining core features: how to create accounts, organize records, and reconcile

accounts  and other core software skills you’ll need to manage a business.

The objective of this course is to teach users the basic commands and tools

necessary for professional 2D drawing, design and drafting using AutoCAD /

AutoCAD LT. After completing this course users will be able to:Use AutoCAD for

daily working process.Navigate throughout AutoCAD using major navigating

tools.Understand the concept and techniques to draw.Create multiple designs

using several of tools.Create layers to control the objects’ visibility.Explain drawing

using annotations.Plot or print the drawing by scale.To use constraint for certain

design.

This unit involves identifying, defining, designing, coding, testing and implementation of application programs for

solving programs in our daily lives in various fields.

Objectives

 Designing simple and complex application programs

 Creating business oriented Apps

 Writing code for simple and complex systems

The aim of this unit is to teach students on operations of the office. By the end of the course the students should be able to effectively operate the office procedures

The aim of this course is to help students learn entrepreneurship skills. The teacher aims to educate students on how to develop business ideas and develop business plans.

By the of the module unit, the trainee should be able to:

  • Explain the importance of international purchasing is supply chain management
  • Describe the procedures and documentation involved in international purchasing
  • Apply the sourcing strategies used in international purchasing
  • Explain the commercial aspects related to international purchasing
  • Outline the payment procedures and instruments used in international purchasing
  • Describe the role of institutions that are concerned with promoting international purchasing

At the end of this module unit, the trainee should be able to:

  • Identify management functions in an organisation
  • Recognize the role played by the management practices in influencing leadership styles
  • Recognize the role played by international environmental factors on management practices of an organisation
  • Cope with challenges posed by emerging issues and trends in management practices.

General Objectives

  • At the end of this module unit, the trainee should be able to:
  • Use quantitative techniques in business management
  • Apply quantitative techniques in decision making
  • Apply network analysis in project management
  • Cope with the emerging trends and issues in quantitative techniques

By the end of the module unit, the trainee should be able to:

 Appreciate the role of sales and marketing in business organisations

 Apply the principles, concepts and marketing tools in performing supply

management activities

 Identify the factors that influence consumer behaviour in business supply

activities

 Co-ordinate the elements of the marketing mix in the marketing process

 Explain the concept of front-line role in customer service provision

This module unit is intended to equip the learner with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable

him/her to handle contextual issues such as human sexuality and counseling, addiction and

dependency counseling, marriage and family counseling, domestic violence and sexual

molestation, counseling the elderly, loss and grief and stress management in counseling within

clinical settings, educational settings, industrial settings and counseling settings.

This unit is intended to equip the trainee with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable him/her apply the principles and practice of sales and marketing in business.

This unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge skills and attitudes that will enable him/her apply the principles and practice of sales and marketing in business.

This unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable him/her carry out management functions in an organization.

This module unit is intended to equip  the trainee with knowledge,skills &attitudes which enable him/her to apply the principles and concepts of commerce in a business set up. 

By the end of this course the student be able to:

  • Write press releases, reports and minutes.
  • write variety variety of business letters.
  • Communicate fluently both written and verbal.

By the end of this course the students should be able to the duties of a secretary.

By the end of this modules the trainee should be able to:

1. Recognise keeping of business records

2. Prepare financial and management books

3. Carry out performance evaluation

4. Prepare budgets

5. Recognise the role of management in decision making

6. Understand types of finances available

7. Appreciate role of financial institutions

8. Check the correctness of financial statements and appreciate the role managerial decisions

By the end of this modules the trainee should be able to:

1. Recognize keeping of business records

2. Prepare financial and management books

3. Carry out performance evaluation

4. Prepare budgets

5. Recognize the role of management in decision making

6. Understand types of finances available

7. Appreciate role of financial institutions

8. Check the correctness of financial statements and appreciate the role managerial decisions

By the end of this modules the trainee should be able to:

1. Recognize keeping of business records

2. Prepare financial and management books

3. Carry out performance evaluation

4. Prepare budgets

5. Recognize the role of management in decision making

6. Understand types of finances available

7. Appreciate role of financial institutions

8. Check the correctness of financial statements and appreciate the role managerial decisions

By the end of this modules the trainee should be able to:

1. Recognize keeping of business records

2. Prepare financial and management books

3. Carry out performance evaluation

4. Prepare budgets

5. Recognize the role of management in decision making

6. Understand types of finances available

7. Appreciate role of financial institutions

8. Check the correctness of financial statements and appreciate the role managerial decisions

By the end of this modules the trainee should be able to:

1. Recognize keeping of business records

2. Prepare financial and management books

3. Carry out performance evaluation

4. Prepare budgets

5. Recognize the role of management in decision making

6. Understand types of finances available

7. Appreciate role of financial institutions

8. Check the correctness of financial statements and appreciate the role managerial decisions

By the end of this modules the trainee should be able to:

1. Recognize keeping of business records

2. Prepare financial and management books

3. Carry out performance evaluation

4. Prepare budgets

5. Recognize the role of management in decision making

6. Understand types of finances available

7. Appreciate role of financial institutions

8. Check the correctness of financial statements and appreciate the role managerial decisions

This unit is intended to equip the trainee with know;edge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her appreciate the various economic issues in day to day life.

This unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable him/her use business calculations and statistical techniques in making simple business decisions in day to day operations.

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge and skills that will enable

them identify community problems and plan intervention to solve them.

 This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with competencies to make an initial

assessment of a casualty and recognize a range of signs and symptoms associated with accidents

and medical emergencies in the community.

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable

him/her manage diseases and disorders using diet.

General Objectives

By the end of the module unit,the learner should be able to;

a) understand the human development

b) appreciate the importance of socialisation and psychology in human development

c) understand the role of environment in human development

d) understand the role of culture in human development

The unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable

him/her understand and deal with issues related to social problems and social changes in the

society. At the end of this unit, the learner should be able:-

  1.  recognize the role of sociology and its concepts
  2.  employ knowledge of sociological theories that explain human behaviour
  3.  identify major social problems in Kenya
  4.  formulate solutions to major social problems in Kenya

General Objectives

At the end of the module unit, the learner should be able to;

a) Form sound theoretical bases for practice

b) Choose appropriate theory to address client issues

c) Apply techniques to meet clients need

d) Recognize clients psychological disturbances

General Objectives

At the end of the module, the learner should be able to;

a) Apply basic principles and provisions of national and international legal instruments

while working with children in need of care and protection

b) Apply strategies of discipline and behavior management to promote positive behaviors

among children in need of care and protection

c) Provide guidance,mentorship,basic counseling services and psychosocial support to

children in need of care and protection

d) Promote family reintegration and empowermering communities in child care and

protection

e) Provide leadership and management in given situations.

General Objectives

By the end of the module unit, the learner should be able to;

a) Understand facts and issues related to HIV and AIDS and other pandemics

b) Develop life skills that will enhance positive attitudes and prevention measures towards

HIV and AIDS and other pandemics in society

c) Promote care and support for people infected and affected with HIV and AIDS

d) Communicate effectively within society on issues and concerns related to HIV and AIDS

and other pandemics

General Objectives

At the end of the module unit, the learner should be able to;

a) Understand the self in a more in depth way

b) Appreciate the component influencing one’s understanding of self

c) Appreciate the impact of past experiences in one’s current life

d) Appreciate the importance of self care in counseling

The unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes in administration and

management. The trainee will be exposed to theory and practice, various principles on

administration and management, techniques and process of administration and management, office

administration and management and the role of resources in administration and management.

This unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable

him/her to understand human growth and development and its relevance to social work. By the end

of the unit the learner should be able to:

 develop awareness of the process of human growth and development

 identify the aspects of human growth and development and their relevance to social work

 identify unique behaviour patterns and problems related to specific stages of human growth

and development

 identify and support persons with special needs

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable

him/her apply the necessary preventive, curative, rehabilitative and promotive health services to the

community. At the end of the unit, the learner should be able to:

 recognize the role and importance of community health in social work

 identify community health needs and explain how they can be dealt with

 identify and refer specific health problems for appropriate action

 identify the emerging issues in community health

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge and skills of food processing

and preservation.

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable

him/her manage diseases and or disorders.

This module unit is intended to provide the trainee with knowledge of human body structure and

functioning. This will impart relevant skills and attitudes applicable in nutrition and dietetics.

The main aim of this module unit is to introduce the trainees to the basic concepts of

Biochemistry. This will help quip the trainee with knowledge of the nature of chemical

constituents of living matter, their transformation in biological systems and the energy changes

associated with this transformations.

General Objectives

At the end of the module unit, the learner should be able to

a) Understand the different social and cultural ideologies and attitudes

b) Appreciate ho these attitudes influence counseling

c) Explore culture,gender,role and poverty and their implications in counseling

d) Demonstrate multicultural in counseling practice

By the end of the module unit, the learner should be able to;

a) understand the policy formulation process

b) understand policy analysis and development process and their impact on a society

c) appreciate the importance of policy in social development

d) apply appropriate techniques to evaluate social policy issues

e) understand the impact of emerging issues on social development

The unit is intended to expose the trainee to the practical experience in project planning and

execution. The trainee is expected to plan, gather, review and present project materials and

information in accordance with given specifications. By the end of this unit, the trainee should be

able to:

  1.  understand the scope and challenges involved in carrying out a given project
  2. analyse/interpret project data and make conclusions based on subject matter
  3. present a project report in an organized manner, taking into consideration quality of

materials, neatness and the standard format

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will

enable him/her to apply appropriate social work methods in social development. By the end of the

unit, the learner should be able to:

  1.  appreciate the importance of ethics in social work
  2.  understand the importance of management programmes in society
  3.  appreciate the role of a social worker in society

By the end of the module unit, the learner should be able to;

a) appreciate the role of personal development in their counseling practice

b) identify how personal pathologies interfere with personal functioning

c) discuss the role of counselor clinical supervision in personal wellness

d) identify key lessons achieved from reflecting in structured and unstructured activities

The module unit is designed to equip the learners with practical knowledge, skills and attitudes

that will enable the learner to conduct assessment, make diagnosis and plan for treatment and

counseling for clients with psychopathological issues.

This module unit is intended to equip the learner with necessary knowledge, skills, attitudes and

values that enable him/her to appreciate and apply the relevant techniques in individual theories.

It shall enable them to analyze the trends, issues and development in the various theoretical

perspectives in counseling as may affect the client.

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will

enable him/her to manage rehabilitation and reintegration of deviants in society. By the end of the

unit, the trainee should be able to:-

- Understand the causes of deviations in society.

-Manage rehabilitation of social deviants in society.

- Appreciate the importance of reintegration of people with deviant behaviour in society.

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will

enable him/her to effectively counsel and support clients in a society. By the end of the unit, the

trainee should be able to:-

o Appreciate the importance of counseling services in society.

o explore counseling issues in society

o enhance awareness of ethical and professional issues in counseling

o Network with other organizations involved in counseling services.

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will

enable him/her to participate in advocacy and lobbying for appropriate social change. Here are the

general objectives

o Appreciate the importance of advocacy and lobbying for social change.

o Understand the process of advocacy and lobbying.

o Appreciate the role of mass media in advocacy and lobbying for resources and in attitude

change.

o Participate in advocacy and lobbying activities for social change.

This module unit focusses on equipping the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will

enable him/her to initiate, plan and undertake community capacity building and empowerment

activities. Below is a list of the general objectives:-

o Appreciate the importance of community capacity building and empowerment in social

development.

o Understand the community empowerment cycle and techniques.

o Initiate and manage community capacity building and empowerment programmes.

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will

enable him/her to initiate and manage Community Based Organizations. It has these key objectives:-

o Understand the role of Community Based Organizations in society.

o Appreciate the importance of organizations in community development activities.

o Appreciate the importance of partnerships in community development activities.

o Manage community development organizations in the society.

The aim of this unit is to enable the learners to understand various calculations and statistical techniques in mathematics.

This  module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge ,skills and attitudes,which are conductive to effective control of operations within the hospitality industry

This module unit is intended to equip  the trainee with knowledge,skills &attitudes which enable him/her to maintain high standards of food & beverage service &sales within the hospitality industry.

This unit is intended to impact trainees with cooking skills and attitudes required for profession cookery.


This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge ,skills and attitudes relevant in prevention and management of various diseases through diet

Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce the foundation and approaches to ethics and the nature of ethical thinking in Christian theology, by considering biblical, traditional and contemporary perspectives in relation to ethical questions relevant in Africa today. Also students will be able to look at the dangers of negative ethnicity as a moral problem. 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Identify the different sources of ethical behaviour

2. Show how the Christian theological perspective is grounded in some of these resources.

3. Demonstrate the importance of ethics in relation to Christian mission in the African context.


Purpose of Course:

The purpose of this course is to introduce the students to systematic theology as a discipline and the Christian doctrines of God, Creation and Sin that forms the foundation of the Christian faith. 

Course Objectives: Bythe end of the course thestudent should be able to:

1. Explain the importance of studying systematic theology

2. Explore in depth the doctrines of God, creation and sin

3. Apply the knowledge gained inthe discipleship of the church


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to early church history that will be foundational in their understanding of the history of the church. Early church history will expose students to the knowledge of Christianity and the church between 29 AD to 451 AD. 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Trace the history of the Church from its very beginnings in Jerusalem

2. Describe the challenges the Church had to the middle of the 4th century

3. Relate the challenges in the early Church with the present day Church challenges

 


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to show that the mission of God is to restore the world to his original design when he created it.

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. Describe the story of Israel in relation to Creation, Temple and Kingdom of God.

2. Explain how the story of Israel is the story of the nations

3. Relate lessons learned to contemporary African societies and life


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is introduce students to Missio-dei as God’s act of transforming culture through the expansion of his kingdom among nations 

Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to:

1.      Explain the importance of missions as the defining theme both in the Bible and the Church.

2.      Describe transformation as an endeavor of Missions in influencing humanity towards embracing Biblical values in each and every aspect of life.

3.      Explain practical ways in which God’s kingdom affirms and yet confront, and redirects culture


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to study the theoretical and practical aspects of creativity and critical thinking. What it is and how to stimulate creative and critical thinking in our personal and professional work.


Purpose of the Course:

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the religion of Islam and enable them to explore meaningful ways of relating with Muslims.


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the practical ministry of the church, to help the student understand the concepts and gain knowledge of psychology to help them understand the people they will be working with in ministry


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the history of the Anglican Church since its inception to present and the circumstances that led to the formation of the Church of England.

 


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to show that the mission of God is to restore the world to his original design when he created it by examining the Bible's grand narrative in the New Testament.


Purpose of the Course

This purpose of this course is to introduce students to principles and tools of biblical exegesis and hermeneutics on various biblical texts.


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is help students gain a wide knowledge in the area of Education as a means of discipleship for the wellbeing of societies in Africa. 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. State the role of education in faith development

2. Explore the importance of using Educational skills as a transformative discipleship process.

3. State the importance of holistic approach to education in Africa as a means to transformation.

 


Purpose of the Course:

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to African Traditional Religion and show how it informs African Christian Theology. Students should be able to appreciate the role of ATR in receiving of other religious beliefs.

Course Objective: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Explain the foundations of ATR

2. Describe the main concerns in African Christian Theology

3. Analyze the relationship between ATR and African Christian Theology


This purpose of this course is to introduce students to principles and tools of biblical exegesis and hermeneutics on various biblical texts.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.      Identify principles of exegesis and a framework for interpretation.

2.      Explain the academic and pastoral significance of exegetical and hermeneutical skills.

3.      Apply principles and skills of exegesis and hermeneutics to specific Biblical texts.


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to help students explore the doctrine of the Church and the doctrine of eschatology with the aim of informing and illuminating their understanding of the church’s mission in the African context.

 Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Explain the doctrine of the Church and eschatology

2. Analyze the Biblical images of the Church and the Christian teaching on end times

3. Apply the teachings of both the church and eschatology to the contemporary church in Africa.

 

Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to enable students gain knowledge and skills of evangelism and church planting.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to:

1. Define the biblical context and meaning of the word evangelism

2. Explain the importance of the skills in evangelism in the formation of mission practitioners

3. Develop a balanced approach towards evangelism as transformative kingdom oriented theology that seeks to undertake both proclamation and social action as one component. 

4. Competently evangelize and plant churches in Africa.

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with relevant knowledge and skills to carry out

microbiological analysis, identifying and controlling microorganism associated with foods.

Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course to help students understand Christian worship from a biblical point of view and from a practical experience looking at both ancient and modern ways of Christian worship. 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.  Explain the importance of worship in the OT and NT

2. Describe the elements of Christian worship

3. Explain the impact of African spirituality in modern worship


The purpose of the course is to build on the narratives themes of creation, temple and the kingdom of God examining how Paul and the apostles reinterpret Jesus within the canon of Scripture.

 

The purpose of this course is to provide students with research and skills that will enable them to conduct research in their local neighbourhood.

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will

enable him/her effectively manage projects within a society. By the end of this module unit, the

trainee should be able to:

o Understand the stages and challenges of project management

o Understand the challenges of project management.

o Appreciate the importance of effective management of projects in a society.

o Prepare and present project proposal reports.

This unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her understand the internal and external setting within which an organisation operates.

Course Purpose

The purpose of this course is to explore how the gospels and Acts explain how Jesus the Son of David and the son of God was the long anticipated messiah. It therefore answers the question, how is Jesus fulfilling the story of Israel: How is he establishing the kingdom as anticipated in previous lectures.

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. Explain how the gospels and Acts of Apostles are a fulfilling the story of Israel; namely the restoration of Israel, rebuilding the temple and establishment of the kingdom.

2. Explain how Jesus fits in the narrative and language of restoring Israel, her temple and the kingdom

3. Describe the restoration of Israel, her temple and kingdom is the restoration of the nations


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course to enable the students understand the circumstances that led to the division of church into different wings of Christianity from the Catholic faith. This course will therefore introduce students the great Reformation of the church.

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. State the causes that underlay Church Reformation in the 16Th Century

2. Analyze the development of the reformation

3. Explain how this reformation resulted into the present state of the Church.


Purpose of Course:

The purpose of this course is to help students explore some of the ethical issues challenging Christian living in the contemporary world. It also aims to show how these challenges may be addressed in view of Biblical teachings.

 Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to

1. Analyze some of the ethical issues challenging Christian living in contemporary Africa

2. Explain how these challenges may be addressed in ministerial and pastoral work.

3. Apply the knowledge to Christian discipleship


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the theory and practice of Pastoral Care and Counselling that will enable them to offer proper and effective pastoral care to the church and address all cases that need counseling.

 Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to:

1.      Explain the main approaches to pastoral care

2.      Explain the main approaches to counselling

3.      Describe the relationship between pastoral care and counselling


Purpose of the Course:

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to African Traditional Religion and show how it informs African Christian Theology. Students should be able to appreciate the role of ATR in receiving of other religious beliefs.

Course Objective: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Explain the foundations of ATR

2. Describe the main concerns in African Christian Theology

3. Analyze the relationship between ATR and African Christian Theology


Purpose of the Course:

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the religion of Islam and enable them to explore meaningful ways of relating with Muslims.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the  student should be able to:

1.      Explain the birth of Islam and the importance of the Kibril

2.     Discuss the five pillars of Islam and their place in the life a Muslim

3.    Apply knowledge gained to enhance their relationship with Muslims.


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of the course is to explain how the citizens of the kingdom were supposed to relate with the King both in worship and life. Special emphasis will be laid in the themes of creation and kingdom in the life of Israel

 

Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to

1.      Relate the books of Psalms and Wisdom with the law of Moses

2.      Describe the themes of creation, temple and Kingdom in both Psalms and Wisdom literature

3.      Relate the main themes to contemporary issues and life in Africa


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce the foundation and approaches to ethics and the nature of ethical thinking in Christian theology, by considering biblical, traditional and contemporary perspectives in relation to ethical questions relevant in Africa today. Also students will be able to look at the dangers of negative ethnicity as a moral problem.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Identify the different sources of ethical behaviour

2. Show how the Christian theological perspective is grounded in some of these resources.

3. Demonstrate the importance of ethics in relation to Christian mission in the African context.


This is a course exclusively for trial purposes.

Purpose of the course

The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the Books of the New Testament and the relevance of the message of these books in doing ministry. 

Course Content

This course will cover all the four gospels and the Acts of the Apostles. In each book issues of authorship, date, theological emphases, socio-political, historical and cultural context and main message will be discussed.


Purpose of the Course

This purpose of this course is to introduce basic communication skills to students that will enable them to effectively undertake academic study

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. Speak in English

2. Read passages in English

3.Write using English language


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is introduce students to ‘Missio-dei’ as God’s act of transforming culture through Proclamation of His Kingdom  

Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to:

1.Explain the importance of missions as the defining theme both in the Bible and the Church.

2. Develop a transformed kingdom theology that seeks to undertake responsibility of introducing humanity to the saving grace of God from sin

3. Describe transformation as an endeavour of Missions in influencing humanity towards embracing Biblical values in each and every aspect of life.

4. Explain practical ways in which God’s kingdom affirms and yet confront, and redirects culture


Purpose of the course

The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to a study of main world religions. 

Course Objectives

At the end of the course students will be able to:

1. Explain the main features of the major world religions.

2. Explain the relevance of knowledge gained for doing ministry in the African context and beyond.


Purpose of the Course:

This course aims to review the place and practice of Christian preaching and to provide practical homiletic models for students to consider.


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce an integrated approach to biblical theology of the Old Testament centered on its narrative and narrative themes especially creation and the kingdom of God. 

Course Objectives: At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

1.Illustrate the structure and message of the Pentateuch

2.Connect the main message of the Pentateuch and that of the Former prophets

Relate the message of the Torah and former prophets to contemporary life

The purpose of this course is to equip students with relevant skills and knowledge to effectively serve with youth and children.


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to help students pursue a God-centered response to the environmental crisis in Africa that brings glory to the creator, advances the cause of Christ, and leads to transformation of people and the land that sustains them. 

Course objectives: By the end of the course, students should be able to:

•      Demonstrate a heart-felt concern for God’s Creation

•      Demonstrate appreciation of 'Kingdom Agriculture' as a relevant transformational message.

•      Apply biblical principles for ‘the redemption of the land’

•      Apply practical farming skills as God has revealed through His creation.

•      Share the principles learned as a message of hope to the hopeless.


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the principles and practice of peace building and conflict resolution

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.      Describe the causes of conflicts among people

2.      Explain the biblical teaching on peace

3.      Apply the principles and practice of  peace building and conflict resolution in the ministry


This purpose of this course is to introduce students to the different traditions of worship in different demoninations

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.      Describe the Biblical foundations of Christian Worship

2.      Explain the styles of worship in the early church

3.      Describe worship in different denominations


Purpose of the Course

This purpose of this course is to introduce students to the principles and styles of leadership and management of a church 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.      Describe the principles of Church leadership and management

2.      Explain the styles of leadership and management

3.      Apply the principles and styles of leadership and management in their ministry


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to continue to build on the Former Prophets: Exploring the biblical concept of Restoration in relation to Creation, Temple and the Kingdom of God. This includes the rebuilding of the temple and its implications for the message of the New Testament.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1.                  Build on the themes of creation and kingdom with Moses and the former prophets

2.                  Discuss the themes of creation and the kingdom among the prophets in relation Moses and the former prophets and relate to the Ministry of Jesus

3.                  Relate the message of the prophets to African contexts and concerns


Purpose of the Course

This purpose of this course is to introduce students to the theology and strategies of planting a church and ensuring that it grows to maturity in order to extend the Kingdom of God

 Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.      Describe the theology of Church planting and growth.

2.      Explain the strategies of Church planting and Church growth

3.      Apply principles and skills of Church planting and growth in the ministry


The purpose of this course is to introduce an integrated approach to biblical theology of the

Old Testament centered on its narrative and narrative themes especially creation and the

kingdom of God.

This course will provide an introduction to the Children and Family Ministry Diploma Programme, reflecting on the vision and mission of the programme, and helping students to gain a biblical understanding for the imperative for ministry to children, teens and families.

This course will explore the cultural dynamics of the African context and how that enhances or inhibits healthy child growth. Students will study urbanization and globalization as key factors that facilitate culture change in Africa. Through this course the participants will look into the issue of poverty, single and child headed households, children growing up in war torn areas and children living in drug and chemical dependent households.

Students will examine the growth of children from a developmental perspective in relation especially to the spiritual growth of children and adolescents. Such an examination will help students evaluate the effectiveness of current ministry models in light of their understanding of how children grow, learn and mature in faith. "Child-friendly" church, effective teens outreach, and child evangelism will be considered.

In order to help students in their ministry to children this course explores the child in the Bible and, secondarily, in Christian thought. What does God think about children? What does the Bible say about children? What is the role and the responsibility of the family and Society in shaping Children? Explore their place and their responsibility to the family, the church and the society.

The purpose of this course is to equip the student to design and execute effective teaching of Biblical truth in an age-appropriate manner. Students will employ their learning of ages and stages of child development to design lessons, using a variety of methods that address all learning styles, multiple intelligences, and the needs of exceptional children.


Purpose of the Course: This course will provide students with basic understanding of African family dynamics and thereby enable them to help children nature in Christian Faith.

This course is designed to enhance effectiveness in child evangelism.  The course will explore the communication of the gospel to children to increase the effectiveness of that communication.

This course is designed to help students grow in spiritual disciplines which are helpful in enabling a vibrant relationship with God. Students will see how the practice of these disciplines strengthens their own marriages and family life, equipping them for vibrant ministry. 

Students will be exposed to various theories of discipleship and faith development for children and teens in order to be effective in child discipleship. The significance of the family in discipleship of children, and the role of the church to equip families for this critical work will also be explored.

This course is designed to help students to be better informed in their choice of teaching materials in their children‘s ministries. Students will investigate what teaching materials are available locally and on-line, and evaluate these materials considering cost, cultural relevance, and biblical accuracy.

Students will learn principles of good leadership in the church and children‘s ministry projects to be effective in their children‘s ministries. Particular emphasis will be placed on the recruiting, training, and encouragement of volunteers in the church or ministry context.

Building on principles learned in African Family Systems (pre-requisite) students will develop their skills to deal with issues of conflict resolution, forgiveness, respect, understanding, and compassion which are necessary for the health of any family. Such skills will greatly enhance their ability to address issues such as child abuse, divorce and remarriage, and parent-child conflict.

This course aims to share with the students the role and the significance of advocacy in their ministries to children, especially those at risk. The students will reflect on the centrality of advocacy and justice in the Bible

This course aims to share with the students the role and the significance of advocacy in their ministries to teens, especially those at risk, giving attention to issues of issues of peer pressure, drug and alcohol abuse, sexuality and commitment to purity, respect for authority and challenges for ministry. The students will reflect on the centrality of advocacy and justice in the Bible. 

Principles of adult learning and the communicating of vision/mission are the focus of this course which is designed to help students pass on to others what they have learned in this programme.

The purpose if this course is to wrap up the students learning during this programme. Students will design a Final project that is a unique, new initiative or outreach programme that fits the current needs of their ministry context.

Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to continue building on the Pentateuch and the former prophets: an integrated approach to biblical theology of the Old Testament centered on its narrative and narrative themes namely creation, the temple, and the kingdom of God.


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce an integrated approach to biblical theology of the Old Testament centered on its narrative and narrative themes especially creation and the kingdom of God. 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.Explain the structure and message of the Pentateuch

2.Connect the main message of the Pentateuch and that of the Former Prophets

3.Relate the message of the Torah and former prophets to contemporary life

4.Relate some of the aspects of Hebrew practices to African culture and realities


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to help students gain knowledge and skills of communicating the gospel in African cultures without being limited to their cultural worldviews 

Course Objectives: By the end of course the student should be able to:

1Explain the significance and place of the gospel in the African culture as a basic of presenting Jesus Christ.

2.Explain the importance of holistic approach to missions in Africa as a transformative phenomenon. 

3.Use the holistic approach to effectively communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ across African cultures


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to provide students with an in depth study of historical roots of missionary work in Africa. 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.Explain the role of both foreign and indigenous missionary agencies and their influence on the continent.

2.Discuss the relationship between the missionary enterprise and foreign governments

3.Describe the development and significant contribution of the African Church in Christian mission in reference to the African context.

4.                  Evaluate the impact of the churches on African society


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to help students understand the centrality of city, cities and towns in God’s economy and purposes. The course provides a biblical basis for exploring mission in the city. 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1.      Explain the biblical significance of the city especially in the administration of God’s land

2.      Discuss the missional role of the city in the Bible

3.      Apply the biblical understanding of the city to their own ministry context


 Purpose of Course:

The purpose of this course is to introduce the students to systematic theology as a discipline and the Christian doctrines of God, Creation and Sin that forms the foundation of the Christian faith. 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. Explain the importance of studying systematic theology

2. Explore in depth the doctrines of God, creation and sin

3. Apply the knowledge gained in the discipleship of the church


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course to help students understand Christian worship from a biblical point of view and from a practical experience looking at both ancient and modern ways of Christian worship.

 Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.  Explain the importance of worship in the OT and NT

2. Describe the elements of Christian worship

3. Explain the impact of African spirituality in modern worship


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the practical ministry of the church, to help the student understand the concepts and gain knowledge of psychology to help them understand the people they will be working with in ministry

Course objectives: By the end of this course students should be able to

1.      Explain some concepts in psychology

2.      Explain relationship between psychology and religion (Theology)

3.      Make a constructive evaluation of an appropriate missiological response to issues in their areas on ministry


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to advance the knowledge of students on the history of the church. Students will be exposed to the history of the church and Christianity from AD 451- AD 1350 also referred to as medieval church history.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. State the main factors that characterize the church during the medieval period

2. Identify aspects of the medieval church that led to growth of Christianity

3. Compare the present state of the Church with that of medieval times


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to help students explore the doctrine of the Church and the doctrine of eschatology with the aim of informing and illuminating their understanding of the church’s mission in the African context.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Explain the doctrine of the Church and eschatology

2. Analyze the Biblical images of the Church and the Christian teaching on end times

3. Apply the teachings of both the church and eschatology to the contemporary church in Africa.


Purpose of the course

The purpose of this courseis to explore the biblical concept of Shalom and the role of the church in advocacy and peace building as avenues of seeking reconciliation in urban communities.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to

1.      Explain the biblical concept of Shalom and be able to relate the concept to situation of conflicts in their own context

2.      Explain the intertwine between peace building and advocacy

3.      Demonstrate an understanding of the tools that promote peace building in conflict situations in local churches and communities

4.       Develop advocacy strategies for responding to injustices in their context of ministry


The purpose of this course is to explore the theology and praxis of social transformation within Christian mission, with particular reference to the role of the pastor and evangelist in addressing social issues faced by the African communities.


Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to continue to build on the Former Prophets: Exploring the biblical concept of Restoration in relation to Creation, Temple and the Kingdom of God. This includes the rebuilding of the temple and its implications for the message of the New Testament.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Build on the themes of creation and kingdom with Moses and the former prophets

2. Discuss the themes of creation and the kingdom among the prophets in relation Moses and the former prophets and relate to the Ministry of Jesus

3. Relate the message of the prophets to African contexts and concerns


Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:
1. Define research; explain and apply research terms; describe the research process and the principle activities, skills and ethics associated with the research process.

2. Explain the relationship between theory and research.

3. Describe and compare the major quantitative and qualitative research methods in research.

4.  Apply required technical skills associated with research methodology.

 


Purpose of the Course:

The purpose of this course is to help students in designing of projects and programs relating to their contexts and also in building their capacities in identification, management and review of ministry activities using the project cycle model.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Identify needs and capacities within their churches and communities.

2. Plan, design, and implement relevant ministries to meet these needs,

3. Evaluate internal and external church environments necessary for implementation and funding of specific projects,


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to one key Old Testament text and one key New Testament text. Mark is chosen as an example of a Gospel which can be seen to be depending on the Isaiah tradition in the interpretation of Jesus' ministry and person. The relationship between the Old and New Testaments will be raised and also the historical, literary and practical mission issues surrounding these central Biblical texts

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

1.      Identify key theological emphases in Isaiah and Mark's Gospel

2.      Explain how these are related to the context and mission of Jesus

3.      Develop a clear perspective of Christian mission in Africa.


The purpose of this course is to help students explore the role of the ordained minister and the evangelist in relation to the Church’s pastoral and evangelistic ministry. It will also explore the strategic significance of Christian Education in facilitating every member ministry and empowering the priesthood of all believers.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Explain how the various dimensions of the Church’s ministry have developed in the Anglican Church

2. Discuss the significance of Anglican ministries in the context of mission in Africa.

3.  Apply the knowledge gained to their Anglican churches

Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to help students explore the dimensions of personal and social ethics and to consider how the issues raised within these dimensions may be understood and addressed from a Christian perspective. Students will also be exposed to issues on conflict resolution so that they are able to manage conflicts in their ministries.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to

1. Explain how Christian ethics contribute to an understanding of the personal and social spheres

2. Describe how personal and social ethics relates to Christian mission in Africa.

3. Apply the knowledge on personal and social ethics to Christian discipleship


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to show that the mission of God is to restore the world to his original design when he created it by examining the Bible's grand narrative in the New Testament.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to:

1.      Describe how Jesus restores Israel through his kingdom preaching

2.      Explain how the narrative of the OT is fulfilment in the New Testament in respect to creation, the temple and the kingdom of God

3.      Relate material learned to contemporary issues


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of this course is to provide students with research skills that will enable them to conduct research in their local neighbourhood.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1.   Explain the place of research in ministry

2.  Assess changes in urban space over time

3.  Interpret research results for effective ministry


Purpose of the Course

The purpose of the course is to explore the biblical and theological foundations for urban mission

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to:

  1. Articulate the biblical and theological frameworks for urban ministry.
  2. Evaluate contemporary urban ministries in light of biblical principles.
  3. Describe various models of effective urban church planting/ministry.
Create and urban ministry framework

Purpose of Course

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the Christian doctrine of Christology, Soteriology and Pneumatology in order that they may be more grounded in the Christian faith.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to

1. Explain the Christian doctrines of Christology, Soteriology and Pneumatology

2. Examine the effects of each doctrine to humanity

3. Use each of the doctrines in teaching and discipleship of the Church in Africa


Purpose of the Course:

The purpose of this course is to help students develop and appreciate essential principles, values, norms, and attitudes of responsible Christian leadership.

 

Course Objectives: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Define transformational leadership in a holistic perspective

2. Explain various aspects of godly leadership through a detailed study of biblical models of leadership (Nehemiah and others).

3. Practice spiritual disciplines that are a mark of an effective Christian leader.


Purpose of the Course:

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to African Traditional Religion and show how it informs African Christian Theology. Students should be able to appreciate the role of ATR in receiving of other religious beliefs.

Course Objective: By the end of the course the student should be able to

1. Explain the foundations of ATR

2. Describe the main concerns in African Christian Theology

3. Analyze the relationship between ATR and African Christian Theology


Purpose of Course: To provide a social, developmental and cultural framework within which stages of human development and the identity of young people can be considered

Purpose of the Course: To introduce worship within the context of Christian spirituality and to explore the nature of ministry in corporate worship in the school setting.

 


This unit aims to introduce an integrated approach to Old Testament studies which is centred on narrative and narrative themes. From this perspective historical, literary and theological issues will be considered with special reference to the literature relating to the period of the Pre-Exilic and the Exilic Prophets and how this part of the Bible’s teaching is relevant in our lives today.


Purpose of Course: To provide a social, developmental and cultural framework within which stages of human development and the identity of young people can be considered.


Purpose of Course: To enable students to understand the impact of HIV/AIDS in schools and local communities and to consider the response of young people and school communities. 

Course Objectives: For students to develop tools that will help them design wholistic and transformational discipleship programmes addressing the issue of HIV/AIDS in local churches and communities.


Purpose of Course: This unit aims to introduce an integrated approach to Old Testament studies which is centred on narrative and narrative themes. From this perspective historical, literary and theological issues will be considered with special reference to the literature relating to the period of the Conquest to the Babylonian Exile and how this part of the Bible’s teaching is relevant in our lives today.



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