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Location — Arusha / Arumeru

Tengeru CDTI

http://www.cdti.ac.tz
Principal, Community Development Institute - Tengeru (CDTI)
P.O. Box 1006, Arumeru
Tel: +255 (027) 3337
Fax: +255 (027) 3383
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Community Development Training Institute (CDTI) Tengeru was established in 1963 with the aim of developing and promoting capacities of the people to manage their development processes; building and strengthening capacities of various actors in the field of Community Development, and improving the delivery systems of extension workers. It started advanced diploma in Community Development (ADCD) in 1981, a course program that was formally taught at the then Institute of Development Management (IDM)…. read more

General Information
Institution Type Community Development Training Institute - CDTI
Location / Region / District Arusha / Arumeru
Distance from District Commissioner Not Available
Accreditation Full Accreditation
National Technical Awards Levels NTA Level 7- 8,
Number of Students ,
 
Institute Descriptions

Community Development Training Institute (CDTI) Tengeru was established in 1963 with the aim of developing and promoting capacities of the people to manage their development processes; building and strengthening capacities of various actors in the field of Community Development, and improving the delivery systems of extension workers. It started advanced diploma in Community Development (ADCD) in 1981, a course program that was formally taught at the then Institute of Development Management (IDM) Mzumbe.

Tengeru offers a Bachelors Degree in; Community Development, Gender and Development and Project Planning and Management for a duration of 3 years each

Academic Programs
The academic year for the institute start in the second week of October every year and ends around the end of July each year
Courses Currently Offered by this Institute Include
- Bachelor of Arts in Community Development with bias in Community Programmes Management (BACD)
- Bachelor of Arts in Community Development with bias in Participatory Project Planning and Management (BAPPM)
- Bachelor of Arts in Community Development with bias in Gender and Development (BAGD)

It was not until 1994, that CDTI Tengeru became formally recognized as an institute of higher learning following which it was categorized as ‘grade C’ along with similar higher learning institutes like the Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP), the then Cooperative College Moshi, and College of Business Education (CBE). However, the institute runs its program since 1981. During all this time running of higher learning institutes was being overseen by the National Development Advisory Council (NMDAC) before this role was taken over the Higher Education Accreditation Council (HEAC).

In 1997 the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) was established, among other things, to oversee the running of non-university higher learning institutions in the country. Following this development, CDTI Tengeru was required to undergo major transformational changes in order to meet NACTE standards and requirements for accreditation of technical institutions. These changes included:

- Review of the existing curriculum for Advanced Diploma in Community Development and development of two new curricula (advanced diploma in Gender and Development, and Advanced Diploma in Participatory Project Planning and Management)
- Increasing the enrolment capacity of the Institute in terms of classrooms and hostels
- Strengthening the capacity of the Institute through staff development and recruitment.
- Improving the management structure of the Institute

As a result of these changes the Institute started offering three Advanced Diploma course programs; namely Community Development; Gender and Development; and Project Planning and Management in 2003. Recently CDTI - Tengeru has been granted full accreditation by NACTE, a status which enables the institute to offer degree courses.

Prospectus
 
 
Admissions
Admission Requirements for Degree in Community Development
The minimum admission requirement for the diploma programme is based on the standards set by NACTE. In this respect, the eligible applicant shall be
- Holders of Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (A.C.S.E.E) with at least two (2) principal passes, OR One principal pass with two subsidiaries, and/or
- Holders of Certificate in Community Development (National Technical Awards - Level 5 or 6 or any other equivalent National Technical Award) with a minimum of second class certificates.

Admission of Transferred Students Degree in Community Development at this Institute
Students from other CDTI are who wish to join at Tengeru CDTI for respective awards should apply to the coordinator of studies through their respective Institutes administration. Each transferred student shall be required to pay fees prior to registration

Eligibility
The center admits trainees of any race, colour, sex, or ethnic Background and any disabled person. The rights and Privileges, programs, and activities are generally accorded or made available to all trainees without any form of Discrimination. However, it is recommended that the successful Applicants should seek the assistance of students’ counselors on admission.
Fee Structure Cost-Sharing Fee Structure for Course In Community Development
Application Form/s
 
Examination Results
 

SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS
(NTA Level 4, 5 or 6)

Year Description View / Download
Aug, 2011 Walichaguliwa Kujiunga na Vyuo vya Maendeleo ya Jamii Stashahada na Cheti 2011 / 2012
Wizara ya Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia na Watoto inatangaza majina ya walioteuliwa kujiunga na masomo ya taaluma ya Maendeleo ya Jamii ngazi ya Stashahada na Cheti cha Awali kwa mwaka wa masomo 2011/2012.
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