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The UTAMU Deputy Vice Chancellor, Prof. Jude T. Lubega, also a signatory to the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between UTAMU and HRD Group Ltd said the partnership will give Ugandans an opportunity to enrol for the online courses offered by HRD Group Ltd.
The collaboration between UTAMU and HRD Group ltd is aimed at enhancing the intellectual life and cultural development of human resources within East Africa.
Prof. Lubega disclosed that the utilisation of the HRD Online learning system will indisputably boost development of academic cooperation between two parties.
Activities that will be undertaken under this partnership include among others; promoting and implementing academic programmes at certificate and diploma levels as well as collaborating on the development of other opportunities for courses being offered.
The programmes to be offered under the UTAMU – HRD partnership are specially designed and packaged to present those skills that are not usually taught to at degree level and yet highly required for effective management of self and work environment.
Short course trainings will revolve around the fields of management, human resource, organisational behaviour, leadership, banking, accounting and marketing among others.
“UTAMU will continue to spread her wings globally through creating as many partnerships as possible in a bid to groom and nurture all round citizens who will not only be self reliant but also be part of solutions for African problems,” Lubega said.
The call for applications for UTAMU-HRD collaborative programmes will be launched on the UTAMU website on March 17, 2014.