This module is designed to help participants understand the special needs of adults as learners. Participants will discuss the principles of Adult teaching and learning while developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to be an effective adult educator.

This module is designed to prepare facilitators of adult training programmes to design, develop and implement modules and materials in life skills(personal development, entrepreneurship, numeracy, literacy, and civic education). It will enable trainers to competently and confidently prepare others to enhance their work as they become active participants in public life and in earning a living.

This Module is designed to equip facilitators of adult training programmes with the theory and best practices in managing and sustaining an effective training programme. The module exposes participants to topics such as Human and Resource Management and Suprvision, Facilities Management and Financial Management.

The Learning Portfolio will serve as a culminating activity where participants synthesize knowledge they have acquired  during the programme.  Work on the portfolio is continuous and will provide participants with the opportunity to document and showcase samples of their best work to their colleagues, facilitators and other professional audiences.    The Final presentation of the portfolio will be in November, 2008

This module is designed to help participants to think of and attend to their work as Adult trainers in the broader context of Community Development. It provides for the participants a framework within which to assess who they are trying to reach, the behaviours to changed and the best way to make it happen As such the module will give participants the opportunity to explore the role of education and training in community development and build their competencies in Community mobilization, conducting training needs assessment and designing training programmes to meet those needs.

This module provides participants with strategies for integrating information technology into their academic work as distance learners and their professional work as managers and communicators. It is a practical course in which participants select and use appropriate ICTs to communicate with stakeholders, enhance literacy and life skills provision and respond to issues in their work environment.