|DESCRIPTION||A Certificate in Social Work & Community Development will serve to prepare students for a career in Social Work & Community Development and equip students with social work skills to engage with individuals, families, groups, and communities in an effort to enhance social functioning and overall well-being of the people. Graduates will be able to apply social sciences, such as sociology, psychology, political science, public health, community development, law, and economics, to engage with various stakeholders in order to develop interventions that solve social and personal problems; and create social change.|
|ASSESSEMENT METHODS||Written exam 70%
Practical tests 30%
|ENTRY REQUIREMENTS||KCSE D|
|UNITS IN EACH MODULE||Module I
Social Development Theory and Practice
Introduction to Community Development
Essentials of Social Policy and Administration
Project Development and Management
Social Research Project
Communication Skills for Social Work
History and Government
Human Growth and Development
Administration and Managementn Class; Supervisory Unit)
CCD 3516: Field Practicum/Report
|CAREER OPPORTUNITIES||Clinical social work
Mental health social worker
Social work administrator
|ACADEMIC PROGRESSION||Diploma in Community Development & Social Work|
|WHAT WILL I LEARN?||
Provide student with Knowledge on the scope and extent of various developmental issues.
Give the trainee ability to work in the community and help in offering key services in community projects.
Instill Values, Ethics and Skills.