The College of African Wildlife Management, MWEKA

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Basic Technician Certificate in Community-Based Conservation


This programme is designed for field operations, who will work in diverse natural resources management sectors with interests in community-based conservation including; government, NGOs, local communities, private companies and international agencies. In its development, the programme considered both national and international perspectives. It is designed to provide students a thorough understanding of the community-based conservation practises through field practical training in community conservation programs and protected areas. Hence, after completion of the programme, graduates would have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills to undertake community-based conservation initiatives in both private and public sectors.

Entry Requirements

Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with at least four (4) passesin non-religious subjects including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Mathematics, Agriculture, English, Literature in English, History and Nutrition
Possession of National Vocational Award (NVA) III in Livestock Production, Animal Health, Range Management, Fisheries, TourGuiding, Travel and Tourism, Wildlife Tourism, Agriculture,Beekeeping, Forestry and other related courses from institutions Accredited by National Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NACTVET). Applicants applying using NVA III must have obtained two passes in Ordinary Secondary School Certificate.

Duration: One Year

Mode: Full Time

Over 50 years of experience we’ll ensure you get the best guidance.