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Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute
OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON AFRICAN WETLAND MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE (ICAWM & CC)
Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute invites suitably qualified practitioners to apply for the above six (6) weeks residential and intensive course commencing on 15th September, 2014 to 24th October, 2014. This is a Ramsar Convention endorsed training designed for middle level managers/practitioners who are actively involved in management of wetlands, with at least a National Diploma or its equivalent in any of these areas: Conservation Biology, Wildlife, Fisheries, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, Water Resources Management, Land Use Planning, or their equivalent.
A commensurate fee of US$ 3,500 is levied to cover tuition, field training, and full board accommodation. However, the fee does not cover travel expenses (to and from the Institute), health cover, or any other personal expenses (DSA).
TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES COMMENCING AUGUST 2014
Diploma and Certificate Courses
Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute (KWSTI) is a middle level college located in Naivasha about 90km from Nairobi. It is registered with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology as a TVET institution. KWSTI provides specialized training in Natural Resource Management and Tourism Development in an effort to enhance Conservation, Management and Sustainability of Wildlife Bio-diversity in Kenya and globally. Courses are offered at Certificate and Diploma levels with curricula designed on Competency-based basis with Modules of Employable Skills (MES), when desired.
DIPLOMA (Each packed into variable modules). Duration - 18 Months (4 Semesters)
Minimum Entry Requirement