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
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.
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Kenyatta University will be celebrating its 46th Graduation Ceremony for All canditates who qualified during the 2018/2019 Academic Year for the conferment of various Degrees and the award of Dimplomas and Certificates on Friday, 26th July, 2019 at the Graduation Square.
Higher Education in Sub-Sahara Africa continues to undergo profound changes and transformation as a result of the many opportunities and challenges presented by the changing economy, technological developments, globalization, societal dynamism, national development priorities as well as international commitments and development goals. The Sustainable Development Goals, Science, Technology and Innovation Strategy for Africa 2024, the Kenya Vision, 2030 and Kenya Government’s Big Four Agenda has provided universities, industry, research organizations and development partners with an opportunity to re-examine their contributions to Africa’s growth and prosperity through creative research, innovation, entrepreneurship, strategic partnership, policy making, and community service among others......Click Here For more Information
The Deep Learning Indaba 2019 is the annual meeting of the African machine learning community. The 2019 Indaba aims to see 700 members of Africa's artificial intelligence community for a week-long event of teaching, research, exchange, and debate around the state of the art in machine learning and artificial intelligence. The mission of the Deep Learning Indaba is to Strengthen African Machine Learning.
We are proud to see the 2019 Indaba hosted at Kenyatta University, one of the leading universities in Kenya and is home to some of the world's top scholars, researchers and experts in diverse fields. The institution provides high quality programmes, has invested heavily in infrastructure and world class facilities and offers a nurturing environment in which students learn and grow.