GIS training will commence on 27th March, 2017 at CETRAD offices starting at 8.00a.m. The three weeks course will have fifteen (15) students from various institution including Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), Ministry of Transport, Kenya National Highways Authority and Upper Tana. The objective of the course is to enable participants acquire a sound theoretical and practical basis in the use of the most common GIS operations. It emphasizes on unequivocal definition of quality standards and the broadening of each participant’s palette of concrete implementation possibilities. It is open for graduates with the relevant training backgrounds and practising government officers, newly employed graduates, NGO staff and anybody working in the development sector is encouraged to apply. Other courses offered include: Food Security and Drought Management Course (3 Weeks) Integrated Water Resources Management (2 Weeks) Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit (3 Weeks) Resource Use Conflicts Management (2 Weeks) All courses are conducted at CETRAD conference hall located at the Buttsons Complex, Off Hospital Road, in Nanyuki Town. The courses are also conducted on demand provided the minimum number of participants of ten (10) is attained.