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A Sack Mound is another magical urban farming garden that you can easily manage in a small space. On sack mound, you can plant over 30 crops that would require a spacious area in plain farming. In this training, we show you how to prepare a sack mound to harvest crops for your household regularly. Another type of urban farming garden (Polythene garden) is added to this training as a bonus for you. 

In this training, I show you how to make a Kitchen garden where you are to drop all your kitchen wastes and turn them into fertilizers of a well-set garden on a square meter space. You will have very healthy crops for your household when you utilize a Kitchen garden well. As our bonus for you, I have included construction of a Box garden, another urban farming garden. 

Soil is often divided into various categories, such as clay, sand, silt, and loam, although there are an infinite number of soil varieties because soil compositions can vary widely in organic matter, large and small rocks, minerals, pH, and other factors. Most gardeners consider soil that has a combination of sand, silt, clay, and organic matter to be good soil.  This training will help you identify and prepare soil the the best results of your garden. It has to start with soil preparation. 

A food tower is a magical garden and an answer to limited gardening space, a common challenges of urban farming. A food tower is magical in a such a way that space needed to plant  40 crops can now grow on a  square meter food tower. At Kwagala farm, we believe you can grow crops for your household even with limited space. Let us show you how to do that when you enroll to take this training. 

In this training, I take you through the steps to construct a food tower including the necessary soil mixing needed to grow healthy and productive crops on a food tower. I have also added another training (plain farming practices) as a bonus for you.

Imagine harvesting crops on a square meter food tower for over 3 years!

Cattle have different diet requirements that are composed of grass, legumes,  silage etc. It is from the feeds that a dairy cow gets the energy to leave health, grow, produce milk and reproduction. When a cow gets sick and is unable to feed, its energy levels diminish and the cow will cut down production. In this training, we attempt to gather different materials to support a farmer on feeding cattle.  Coming Soon!


This training is meant to educate the many households in Uganda keeping cattle and washing away the Cow dung. If you intend to acquire cattle, this training will be ideal for you not to miss getting a product from  Cow dung. At Kwagala Farm, we use Cow dung as a by-product of not only boi-gas but also other products such as fertilizers. For this training, we shall keep to the production of bio-gas using cow dung as a by-product. 

Farm Financial Management can be defined to imply, the formal record of financial activities of a farm business and the measurements to evaluate those activities.  

Vertical farming is cultivating plants life within a skyscraper greenhouse or on vertically inclined surfaces. We shall look at how to do vertical farming using the resources available. Vertical farming is an ideal form of doing urban farming.  Wikipedia-Vertical farming is the practice of producing food and medicine in vertically stacked layers, vertically inclined surfaces and/or integrated with other structures (such as in a skyscraper, used warehouse, or shipping container). 

Course Name:   Aerospace And Stem Education
Qualification:   Certificate
Awarding Institution: Aerospace Palace Academy, Nigeria 
Course Author/Curriculum: Space Foundation USA and American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics  
Trainer : 
*Eng. Ogunbiyi Abiodun (MAFE, Bsc.PE, Dip. Eng.)
*Education Associate- American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics
*Teacher Liaison Officer- Space Foundation (USA)

Course overview and aim:
These lessons are easily digestible lessons focused on aerospace principles. Each lesson is broken down into grade levels and is meant to spark conversation and interest in aerospace. Lessons will range from engineering to mathematics, to physics, to highlighting aerospace anniversaries -- all of which will be presented in a way that easily relates to your students. For this programme, we have 63 lessons in all.
The online STEM Education and Aerospace Micro-Lesson is designed to inspire, influence, and mold the next generation of aerospace scientists and engineers by providing a series of resources and programming to teachers, students, parents, and aerospace professionals. The programs enlighten and engage our global community of future aerospace professionals by helping them learn more about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The developing countries have suffered a series of decadence in Aerospace and STEM Education, therefore our mission is to stimulate a lasting interest in the STEM disciplines, with the goal of encouraging students to pursue careers in these fields.  This is accomplished by actively involving students in the support of authentic research currently being conducted on the International Space Station (ISS) or in a NASA ground-based laboratory. Through collaboration with AIAA, Space Foundation and researchers, we have created educational mini-curriculum for the university, college, high school or middle school classroom that engages students as research assistants, providing data for the Principal Investigator.  
We aim to promote Aerospace and STEM Sciences in Africa. 

 Audience: Age 10 - 30, Boys and Girls, Men and women 
Student hook:  You can build a career in Aerospace and STEM Sciences  
Students in this course will be able to;
* Describe the basic concepts of Aerospace Micro-Lessons
* Discuss the basics of Space Science, Aeronautics, and Astronautics
* Identify the basic components of an aviation environment, controlled and uncontrolled airports, the forces of flight
* Compute some basic mathematics and physics associated with subject matter.

The assessment shall be carried out using 10 short multiple questions based on the current course content only.
Main assessments/major learning experiences throughout the course:

* Define Aerospace concepts and terminologies
* Duscussion on the components of Aerospace 
* Identification of aviation environment
* Basic Aerospace mathematical computations
Course duration:  1 -3 months
Payment: This course is funded by Aerospace Palace Academy, Nigeria and the levied fee is a commitment fee. 

Today, tour operators are faced with intense international pressure in the form of competition and to cope with that they are to design and develop tour packages to meet the requirements of the ever demanding and sophisticated consumers. Many tour operators simply feel that they cannot design/plan tours because they do not have adequate knowledge, skills, expertise and enough ‘something’ to accomplish market requirements. At TIEA we are ready to help over come this challenge by give you the appropriate skills to achieve on this item.  To enroll in this course, please contact Tourism Institute of East Africa  |  +256 703 747 685 (Calls & Whatsapp) 

Occupational Health and Safety from Kampala International College

Performance Management, as the name suggests, is often referred to as the ongoing activity of managing, and hopefully improving the performance of staff. It consists of regular meetings where performance is discussed, objectives are set, action plans are formulated and development needs identified. In this short course,  you’ll understand what performance management is all about and how to manage this process properly so you keep your top performers motivated as well as improving the performance of all of your other staff.

Course Outline

Whether you are a manager yourself or a member of staff being managed you will no doubt come face to face with the performance management process! 

Course Format

Acquire Knowledge in a simpler way of learning. Each topic is precisely arranged to deliver exactly what you need to know to develop skills on the subject. PDF files can be downloaded and read on the go.


Each topic presents an assignment as a form of assessment. On completion, you can request to be awarded a paid certificate.

NB. This course is free to take.

Credit:  Material-MTD Training 

Communication is the act of conveying meanings from one entity or group to another through the use of mutually understood signs, symbols, and semiotic rules. Today communication has been democratized with technology and that comes with a lot of challenge for both the communicator and the receiver of the communication.

In this short course, we look at the main component of communication you need not overlook as listed below;

At the end of this course, you should be able to effectively practice the communication skills we discuss in this skill oriented course.

Course Format

Acquire knowledge in a simpler way of learning. Each topic is precisely arranged to deliver exactly what you need to know to develop skills on the subject. PDF files can be downloaded and read on the go.


Each topic presents an assignment as a form of assessment. On completion, you can request to be awarded a paid certificate.

NB. This course is free to take.

Credit: MDT Training


  • To Access course via Mobile App, download app from the upper menu. or "moodle" from the app store
  • Study material format -PDF
  • Assessments are accessed and done on the platform.

Increasingly, organizations are driven by project-related work as opposed to functional type work. The repetitive functions, things like payroll, accounting, and public relations, are becoming outsourced so that people can devote more time to the real value added work of projects. The need to change is driving much of this shift away from functional work to project work. And this can range from process improvement type projects (such as Six Sigma) to short term projects such as competitive analysis profiles. Given this increased emphasis on project related work, it is now important for everyone to fully understand how to manage projects. This short course will present the principles and practices associated with project management.

Course Designed by  Matt H. Evans,CPA, CMA, CFM 

Additional Materials: Kampala Virtual Education Institute and others

Course Description: This course provides an overview of project management, including the project life cycle and project control documents. This course is recommended for those seeking to acquire skills and knowledge in project management.


This Course is divided into  6 main topics/subunits


Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • define the terms project and project management;
  • describe the project life cycle, project selection, project environment, and approval process;
  • identify the project management process groups, including:
    • initiating,
    • planning,
    • executing,
    • monitoring and controlling, and
    • closing;
  • explain the role of the project manager in initiating and completing a project;
  • explain knowledge areas, including:
    • project integration management
    • project scope management
    • project time management
    • project cost management
    • project quality management
    • project human resource management
    • project communications management
    • project risk management, and
    • project procurement management;


NB. This course is not for sale 

Supply chain management (SCM) is the broad range of activities required to plan, control and execute a product's flow, from acquiring raw materials and production through distribution to the final customer, in the most streamlined and cost-effective way possible.

In commercesupply chain management (SCM), the management of the flow of goods and services,[2] involves the movement and storage of raw materials, of work-in-process inventory, and of finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption. Interconnected or interlinked networks, channels and node businesses combine in the provision of products and services required by end customers in a supply chain.[3] Supply-chain management has been defined [4] as the "design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities with the objective of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand and measuring performance globally. Wikipedia

In this Short course, these units will be handled;

  • Fluctuations in the Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain Procurement
  • Supply Chain Distribution

NB: In order to address the need for those involved in the cold chain(vaccines) we have included a unit to handle  the basics of cold chain management

  • Cold Chain management

NB. This course is not for sale and the labelled fee is for facilitation of bringing it to you at the minimum.  Creative Commons License

All Saylor courses are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. For licensing purposes, a "course" is defined as the structure, syllabus, learning outcomes, unit descriptions, and the framing text that accompanies resources curated from third parties. That excludes the third party resources themselves, including the following resources used in this course, which contain the individual licenses

Mobile app for Smartphone and Tablet (Moodle app)

 This customer service course will provide participants with customer servicing skills essential for relating with customers, dealing with complaints and difficult situations whilst maintaining a strong focus on customer satisfaction and the customer experience. This customer service course will also provide participants with the knowledge and skills required to ensure that products and services are delivered and maintained to the standards your customers have come to expect.

THE BASIS FOR EDUCATION IN THE last millennium was “reading, writing, and arithmetic;” now it is reading, writing, and computing. Learning to program is an essential part of the education of every student in the sciences and engineering. Beyond direct applications, it is the first step in understanding the nature of computer science’s undeniable impact on the modern world.

The course is designed for students with some programming experience, but if you have none and are motivated you will do just fine. It's intended to support your programming journey as an A''level vacationist or a science or engineering university student doing programming. 

Installing Java and Eclipse

To write Java programs, you need two things: the Java Development Kit (JDK), and a source code editor. Please follow these directions before the first class, so you can get started on the first assignment faster. If you run into difficulty, we can help you during the first class.

The Java Development Kit contains the tools needed to compile and run Java programs. The source code editor lets you write programs, and has features to make this easier. For this course, you can use any tool you like, but we recommend Eclipse, and will demonstrate it during the first lecture. Details on downloading (Open source) and installing the required software are provided on the dashboard. 

This Course includes;

Elements of Programming 


  • •We encourage authenticity-Write your own code
  • Assignments must be submitted. 
  • Assignments must be submitted passed with minimum  60%

Course Format

Acquire Knowledge in a simpler way of learning. Each topic is precisely arranged to deliver exactly what you need to know to develop skills on the subject. PDF files can be downloaded and read on the go.

Course Mode

  • This is conducted online as self-paced
  • Support and assistance is available on the course forum


Developed by Evan Jones, Adam Marcus, and Eugene Wu. 6.092 Introduction to Programming in Java. January IAP 2010. MIT.  License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA. For more information about using these materials and the Creative Commons license, see our Terms of Use.

Course access on Smartphone and tablet (Moodle App)

Credit: This course is based on a book Introduction to Programming in Java.  An Interdisciplinary Approach by Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne (Princeton University, PEARSON)/ computer-pdf

Welcome to the Free Using Moodle LMS course. This course is designed to assist you in learning how to use Moodle so that you can focus on the content that you are teaching. As such, this course is broken up into several sections to make it easy to use. Clicking on the title of the section will take you right to that section. In each section is important information. To get started, simply click on "Getting Around Moodle". 

This Course is divided into section as below;

  • Getting Around Moodle
  • Course Roles
  • Display Control
  • Profiles
  • Activities
  • Groups
  • Gradebook
  • Reports
  • Communication

We encourage all persons intending to use Moodle LMS to teach, facilitate, moderate or become a Moodle administrator to start with this course.


NB. This course is not for sale and the labelled fee is for facilitation of bringing it to you at the minimum.  Creative Commons License

You can access the course from your Smartphone or tablet after enrolling. Download the app (Moodle) from the app store or from this site on the top menu bar.  

About the Course: (Free)

Word Press is an Open Source Content Management System (CMS). This open software allows users to construct a website and blog which is dynamic. The tools available in the software assist in updating, customizing and hassle-free managing of the website.

Course Prerequisites:

Basics of computing and HTML


Course Objectives:

·         To Install Word Press and customize WordPress Templates to cater to individual needs

·         To Build and  Update a blog or website using WordPress

·         To use Plug-ins and Widgets to configure the blog

·         To understand site administration and Manage Users.

Course Outcomes:

By the end of the Course, the learner would be able to :

  • Install and customize his/her website/ blog

  • Build an effective website or blog with available features

  • Use various plugins and manage the blog.

  • Manage the blog and users

This MOOC created by team 56 of FDP 301x, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You are free to use, distribute and modify it, including for commercial purposes, provided you acknowledge the source and share-alike.

This MOOC created by team 56 of FDP 301x, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You are free to use, distribute and modify it, including for commercial purposes, provided you acknowledge the source and share-alike.

In 2018, it's estimated that there will be over 2.5 billion smartphone users in the world. This means that companies who want to stay relevant don't just need websites; they need apps. Having mobile development skills also comes with the perk that if you can build apps for others, you can build and sell your own as well–so it's an ideal career path for aspiring entrepreneurs.

For one to remain adrift with Android Mobile Development, these Java introductions units, Introduction to Java, Java Objects, Java Data Structures are essential.


The smartphone is now a regular choice for the customers. Especially, Operating System (OS) is a big deciding factor for selecting the smartphones. There are a number of mobile OSs in the market, in which Android is most popular due to its distinct features like it is an open-source Linux based OS; allows third-party app installation; user can customize its features completely; provides full proprietary control over distribution; provides native APIs for hardware control; no upfront cost of licensing and distributing; etc. Due to its unbeatable features, Android industry has become a multi-billion dollar industry. 

Course outcomes

 Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Know  About Android
  • Identify different versions of Android.
  •  Analyse the case or problem.
  • Identify alternative solutions to the problem or case.
  • Derive best solution(s) to the problem or case.
  • Explain conclusions that follow from the solution(s).
  • Build Android applications.

We shall as well look at these elements

  • Installation process and Issues
  • Folder Structure
  • Core Components
  • Sample Applications

You should be able to complete this course in 12 weeks or less. 


Each Unit has a graded assignment to complete.  If you pass all assignments and also produce an app, you will qualify to request for a Kampala Virtual Education Institute paid certificate of achievement.  

NB: Taking this is free

Good Luck -We are rooting for you!


The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is an intergovernmental organisation created by Commonwealth Heads of Government to promote the development and sharing of open learning and distance education knowledge, resources and technologies.


Acknowledgement: The development of this course material was supported by the Commonwealth of Learning, Burnaby, Canada as part of the Grant #2015-2585 generously made by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, USA.

Commonwealth of Learning  2016

Human-Computer Interaction (COMP 4020)

 (Download moodle app.  Course accessible via app after enrollment)

This short course “Introduction to ODK For Mobile phone Data Collection” is intended to train persons wishing to learn the alternative to paper data collection using a mobile phone.. This course is 95% practical and can be completed within 30 days from date of enrollment.

Awarding Institution:

Kampala Virtual Education Institute :

Taught by: Mr. Moses M. Mwebaze


This course can be taken by all persons. However, workers  with NGOs, Gov't, Business in the field of survey research, research academicians, Data managers and students carrying out research, stand to benefit most.


For any communication, do not hesitate to send an email to” or better still, send a whatsApp message on +256704905913 (Always start your message with “Odk class”)

Course Description:

In this course, learners will acquire knowledge and skills on how to use a smartphone to collect data from the field and send it automatically to the data center even before leaving the field. Interesting-isn’t it?  This will include installing and configuring the necessary software, creating the forms, setup a database and connecting the components to achieve on the task. (Step by step instructions & demos)

Learning Outcome:

·         Learners will be able to explain the importance of mobile data collection over traditional paper collection.

·         Understand the advantages and disadvantages of collecting data using Open data kit (ODK) technology.

·         Install Odk software components (on Googleapp and/or local server)

·         Configure Java, Odk Aggregator  with Google Apps (Online)

·         Configure Java, Odk Aggregator with Xamp server (Offline)

·         Build a simple form with a Odk build

·         Export the form to be used on smart phone

·         Build a complex form with xlsForm using excel spreadsheets

·         Collect data and send to database (online/offline)

Topics by Week:

Topic 1: Introduction to Data collection with mobile phone

Topic 2: Understanding the role of software involved

Topic 3: Setup & Configuration 1 (for use with GoogleApps Engine)

Topic 4: Designing & Deploying Forms

Topic 5: Testing System (Data Collection & Access)

Topic 6: Setup & Configuration II (for use with Xampp Server)                                

Step into the world of digital marketing with the training on your figure tips. During this course, explore the components of brand building and see how modern marketers drive successful campaigns using content, email, social media, paid advertising channels, and more. Click to download Mobile App

This is a unique Teach Yourself Swahili course. We have designed it to give you a very easy way to learn to speak, read, and even write Swahili words correctly. It gives you the ability to learn new Swahili words not only by the way they are written but also with correct pronunciation.  We have made great efforts to provide in this course many useful Swahili words that you will surely find handy in many practical situations.


China is the second largest economy in the world and economic, academic collaboration, culture education among others activities have greatly increased between China and other countries of the world. The Chinese Language is presently spoken by approx. 1.3bn people. It's of great importance to learn Chinese today. China, on the other hand, desires to have English speaking people to train or support the Chinese people such as tourists-You need to know the Chinese language to teach, collaborate or support the  Chinese people.Here we are going to learn about Chinese -Mandarin.  My name is MIKE "LǍOSHĪ "("Teacher "Mike) and I'm ready to astound you with my unparalleled ability to make learning Chinese fun and effective.

NB:  Acess the phone app (Moodle mobile App) -enter the site url and your account logins.

The course provides the client with clear knowledge of how to improve the Supply and Cold Chain. The course also teaches the clients about why improvements are important and what profits cab be expected due to the establishment of a more refined Supply or Cold Chain.

The course clearly examines the fundamental psycho / educational and career development principles & theories which impact on Guidance. It requires considerable reading, independent study, team / group work and clarification of values exercises and active class participation.

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is an essential component of any intervention, project, or program. This course covers the basics of program monitoring and evaluation. It also defines common terms and discusses why M&E is essential for program management.

Expected Audience

This course can be taken by all persons. However, learners working in the field of survey research research academicians, social programs, Data managers, program manager  and students stand to benefit most.

Learning Outcomes

  • At the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • identify the basic purposes and scope of M&E;
  • differentiate between monitoring functions and evaluation functions;
  • describe the functions of an M&E plan;
  • identify the main components of an M&E plan;
  • identify and differentiate between conceptual frameworks, results frameworks and logic models;
  • describe how frameworks are used for M&E planning;
  • identify criteria for the selection of indicators;
  • describe how indicators are linked to frameworks;
  • identify types of data sources; and
  • describe how information can be used for decision-making.

Topics to be covered

  •          Introduction and  M&E Concepts 
  •           M&E Plans 
  •           Frameworks  
  •           Indicators 
  •           Data Sources 
  •           Final Test                                                                                                                                                                    
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This professional exam guidance is provided by ATS provides two professional courses that you can study online. These are Association Of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (CPA). Click here for CPA-Uganda

Graphic design, also known as communication design, is the art and practice of planning and projecting ideas and experiences with visual and textual content. The form it takes can be physical or virtual and can include images, words, or graphics. The experience can take place in an instant or over a long period of time. The work can happen at any scale, from the design of a single postage stamp to a national postal signage system.

Fashion design is the art of applying design, aesthetics and natural beauty to clothing and its accessories. It is influenced by cultural and social attitudes and has varied over time and place.  Designers conduct research on fashion trends and interpret them for their audience. At Nukumba University, School of Commercial, Industrial Art & Design (SCIAD), we train you to become the author of the designs from which others are inspired. This certificate course will equip you with skills to become and fashion designer and more so, an entrepreneur


Course Outline:

Electromagnetic field theory(emf) is the most fundamental subject in the curriculum of electrical and electronics engineering education. Electromagnetic field theory defines is basic for abstraction of circuit theory. capacitors, inductors and resistors, current and voltage are expressed here in terms of its primary electric and magnetic quantities like electric charge, electric potential, electric current, electric and magnetic flux. 

Electromagnetic field theory explains universal concepts in the three-dimension real world. it is the basis for understanding electromagnetic wave propagation phenomena.

Enjoy the Course!

This Course is created as a part of OER Activity during FDP 201x by IIT BombayX,  “Pedagogy for online and Blended Teaching-Learning Process“

This is purely for academic purpose, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You are free to use, distribute and modify it, including for commercial purposes, provided you acknowledge the source and share-alike.  To view a copy of this license, visit

This course covers the following topics of Machine Design (Mechanical Engineering) :

1. Theory of failure

2. Design of Rivets

3. Design of Couplings

The student can self enrol through the email based registration and attend this course.

You are required to learn through the PPT, and then answer the quiz. 

Online learning (eLearning) is inevitably taking a centre stage of education and training. The benefits are enormous and this course is meant to help you get on board-Don't be left out. 

After completing this course you will be able to plan an e-learning course together with exercises and elements of online teaching strategy, using a variety of tools and teaching methods selected specifically to meet your goals.

This course includes;

  • MODULE 1:: Introduction & Warming up
  • MODULE 2:: Developing competencies 
  • MODULE 3:: Exploring e-learning
  • MODULE 4: Designing e-tivities
  • MODULE 5: Motivation
  • MODULE 6: Group work
  • MODULE 7: Moderation online forum discussion
  • MODULE 8: Developing e-learning resources
  • MODULE 9: Online resources - reusing, sharing and evaluating
  • MODULE 10: The role of the facilitator

In order to pass the course and receive a certificate, you will be required to continuously record two elements:

  • the table of competences,
  • reflection on the topic of a given module.

Welcome to the new generation of Educators!

NB. This course is not for sale and the labelled fee is for facilitation of bringing it to you at the minimum.  Creative Commons License

Mobile App for Smartphone and tablet


In this module, you will explore the various academic discussions associated with the use of games in learning. You will be exposed to the emergent concepts in the field such as gamification, game-based learning, serious games, epistemic games and the research associated with those concepts.

The module uses Whitton’s “Digital games and learning: Research and theory.”, the canonical text in the field as the main text of reference. The module will be divided into five sections as that in the book: introduction, games as active learning environments, games as motivational tools, games as playgrounds, games as learning technologies. The four different parts explore the different areas of research in the use of games in education. Research methodology will also be briefly discussed here.

This module will expose to the different arguments in the research literature, both in theory and in practice. By actively parsing the contents of the module, you are to form your own insights in the field. If you are an educator yourself, this module can also inform you on the application side of game-based learning.

Enjoy the course!

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