Training needs assessment stakeholders’ workshop on development of curriculum for a proposed BSc. (Wood Technologies and Value Addition) degree programme

The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism (CFWT) though the Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences conducted a one day training needs assessment stakeholders’ workshop on development of curriculum for a proposed BSc. (Wood Technologies and Value Addition) degree programme on 19th August 2019 in the SUA Council Chamber, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.

The workshop was attended by various stakeholders from within Sokoine University of Agriculture and beyond including Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), The Tanzania Forestry Research Institute (TAFORI), The Forest Industry Training Institute (FITI), Tanzania Forest Service Agency (TFS), Forestry Training Institute (FTI) Olmotonyi to mention few.

The main objective of the BSc (Wood Technologies and Value Addition) curriculum is to produce graduates with broad technical knowledge of wood processing and associated hands on skills to fulfill their professional demands in the highly competitive global market with confidence, outstanding ethical and moral values.

Prof. Fortunatus B.S

Prof. Fortunatus B.S. Makonda, Head of Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences making an introduction and welcome remarks to participants to actively contribute their comments on the workshop.

Opening remarks by Prof. Esron D

Opening remarks by Prof. Esron D. Karimuribo, Director of Postgraduate Studies, Research, Technology Transfer and Consultancy, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.

Participants pay attention for opening remarks by Prof. Esron D. Karimuribo

Workshop participants pay attention to the opening remarks by Prof. Esron D. Karimuribo

Workshop participants

Prof. George Migunga making a clarification about TCU and international standard of the curriculum for a proposed BSc. Wood Technologies and Value Addition

Prof. George Migunga making a clarification about TCU and international standard of the curriculum for a proposed BSc. (Wood Technologies and Value Addition)

Prof. Reuben Mwamakimbullal clarifying the time allocation for core and elective course of the proposed curriculum

Prof. Reuben Mwamakimbullal clarifying the time allocation for core and elective course of the proposed curriculum

Workshop facilitator Dr. Berno Mnembuka describing group assignment packages to the participants

Workshop facilitator, Dr. Berno Mnembuka describing group assignment packages to the participants

 

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Goup work presentation 

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For more information please contact;

Head of Department,

Prof. Fortunatus B.S. Makonda,

Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences,

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism,

Sokoine University of Agriculture,

P. O. Box 3014 Morogoro, TANZANIA.

Tel: +255 260 234648

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