TIPM SHORT COURSES PROGRAMS 2016

Be part of Tanzania Development agenda. Engage yourself in activities that support Tanzanians to address social and economic problems. Take advantage of management and leadership knowledge and experience to capacitate yourselves and become more useful to your organization you serve.

Tanzania Institute of Project Management (TIPM) is a local Institution Registered by National Accreditation Council for Technical Education (NACTE) with Reg. No REG/PWF/042. TIPM is also an African based Global Partner of TenStep, Inc. (www.tenstep.com) which is headquartered in Georgia Atlanta USA, specializes in project man- agement methodology development, training and consulting. Through Tenstep, we are Registered

Education Provider (REP) of Project Management Institute (PMI) U.S.A (www.pmi.org) with the Reg. No. 1774

Capacity building is one of the least understood yet most important aspects of development work. Building human and social capital is integral to strategic community investment because it lever- ages and multiplies the impact of invested resources by strengthening local partner organi- zations, promoting self-reliance, and increasing the likelihood of project success. Effective capac- ity building benefits both the company and local stakeholders by generating inclusive processes that strengthen trust and build commitment and good relationships.

Capacity building requires careful planning to target the right people and build the right skills at the right time and over time. Evidence suggests that capacity-building initiatives tend to be more effective when they are conceived as an on¬going strategic commitment. There is a range of different capacity-building interventions that companies and organizations can choose to support depending on need, context, and desired outcomes.

CAPACITY BUILDING FROM TIPM PERSPEC- TIVE
The first idea that comes to mind when thinking about capacity is the old saying “Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he eats for a lifetime”. Capacity building aims to apply this saying by focusing less on providing one-time resources and more on fostering an ability for organizations to do new things for a lifetime. Most simply, an organization’s capacity is it’s ability to do more things better — able to do new things it wasn’t able to do before and/or able to do the things it used to do more effectively and efficiently.

5. How will we know if we have succeeded?

If capacity building is about sustainable growth in the form of helping organizations doing more things better, then we think it is the best option. We see capacity building as:-

Name of the Bank: Standard chartered Bank: Ac Name Project Management Institute,
Acc Number 0102021421600 or USD 8702021421600

WHY TIPM FOCUS ON CAPACITY?

1. An opportunity for long-term, bigger, lasting change:
2. An opportunity to do something organizations usually cannot

The purpose of our programme is to promote excellence among all staff in organizations from high level to lower level in order to improve performance for public benefits.

To get the most out of our training efforts, organizations may find it helpful to ask a few simple, yet strategic, questions upfront:
1. Whose capacity are we trying to build?

IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

2. Capacity to do what and why?
3. When do we need to build these capacities? 4. Who should deliver the capacity building?

Human resource

Capacity building training focuses on the follow- ing organizations
1. Civil Society Organizations
2. The Government

TARGET

3. Local Government officials
4. Public Sector
5. Private Sector
6. Local and Multinational companies 7. Development partners

8. Members of parliaments
9. Individual professionals such as project manag- ers, coordinators, researchers etc

a) Download application forms from our website b) Submit and pay training fees one week before the training start
c) Pay directly to our bank account:

Application Procedures:

PMP is a high level and internationally recognized certification of Project Management administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) in Newtown Squa

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