Ag. Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Paul K. Wainaina, addressing Auditor, from the Office of the Auditor General during a training on Report Writing and Communication
Director, ICCD, Dr. Felicita Njuguna, in a group photo with KU Transport Services Staff during a training on Public Relation and Defensive Driving
ICCD Director, Dr. Felicita Njuguna, addressing participants during the on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Training
Director ICCD, Dr. Felicita Njuguna, with Director City Campus. Prof. Michael Gicheru, during the opening of one day training on 29th April 2016 in Customer Care for City Campus staff
ICCD Assistant Registrar, Dr. Peter N. Muchanje, in a group photo with the trainees in EIAA during the closing
Mr. Alfred Ondari of Google Africa facilitating a session during the training on Digify Bytes for KU Students in April 2016
Participants take part in a skit on Mediation as a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution during the training on Conflict Management and Arbitration in March 2016
D.r Silivia R. Tafuri and Prof. P.K. Wainaina during the signing of MOU between KU and PSA MOU-between
Dr. Silvia Rossi Tafuri(PSA Ltd) and Ag. Vice Chancellor, Prof. P.K. Wainaina, signing the MOU between KU and Pamela Steele Associates (PSA) Ltd.
From Left- Ms. Eucabeth Otieno (PSA), Dr. Silvia R. Tafuri (PSA), The ag. Vice Chancellor Kenyatta University, Prof. P.K. Wainaina, and Director, ICCD, Dr. Felicita Njuguna, during the signing of MOU
INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT (ICCD)
“Retooling for Excellence”
Kenyatta University lays great emphasis on quality delivery of content and service to all her clients and continuous upgrading of staff. The University also subscribes to learning as a life – long activity. Further, the University recognizes that teaching and learning play a pivotal role in producing innovative, self – reliant and creative individuals in problem – solving; and decision –making. Kenyatta University also believes in adapting to changing situations and circumstances and that the quality of graduates produced is directly related to the quality of teaching and learning.
In view of the above, the University established the International Centre for Capacity Development (ICCD) in June 2007 charged with the responsibility of enhancing capacities, competences and competitiveness of University staff in Kenya and in the region in order to meet the challenges of a dynamic market and to realize the standards of a world – class University. The Centre has trained over eight thousand (8000) participants since inception in various courses by end of October 2015.
The key thrust of the Centre is to provide opportunities for reflection, building, sharing and acquisition of new knowledge, skills and strategic thinking to those in leadership and management and teaching among others. . Hence the Centre imparts relevant knowledge and skills to governors, leaders, professionals and practitioners in the education, private sector, NGOs and CBOs sectors that will enable them to creatively respond to the emerging challenges and market demands. The Centre is thus a service and market driven institution offering high level and specialized professional training and development programs.