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Kenyatta University’s Directorate of Capacity Development & Consultancy Services (KU-CDCS) is a strategic business unit for the university that coordinates all training and consultancy work done under the auspices of the University. As part of the University’s contribution towards University-Industry linkages, we wish to invite you to an interactive workshop on Knowledge Management. For more information, please click here
Aim of the workshop: equipping learners with the requisite skills and competencies to implement a successive organizational knowledge management programme within their organizations.

Intended audience: professionals in Finance, HR, ICT, Production, sales and marketing, audit, Research and Development, procurement, customer service, corporate communications, legal officers, project Risk Managers, Records professionals, Librarians, Quality Assurance, Integrity Officers and those involved in an organizational productivity agenda.

Date: 13th August to 16th August 2019

Venue: North Coast Beach Hotel, Kilifi, Kenya

Cost: Kshs. 92,800 (inclusive of VAT, tea, lunch and training material)
         NB: Participants will cover their own travel and accommodation cost

Bank Details: Kenyatta University
                    National Bank of Kenya
                    KU Branch
                    Account No.0100359150800

 

The workshop approach will be highly interactive with a number of case studies, group work and practical simulations. The exercises and case studies are centered on models; real business events and scenarios. Participants are expected to carry their laptops.

To register, please click here

For more information, please feel free to contact us on: Email – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone: Mr. James Onditi on +254 722 683695 or +254 713 537878 at your convenience

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