Our Courses

We offered the following courses:

  • Records Management (NTA level 4-6)
  • Procurement and Supply (NTA level 4-6)
  • Business Operations (NVAI-III);
  • Information Communication and Technology (NVA I-III)
  • Statistics (NVA I-III)

In more details:-

Information Communication and Technology (NVA I-III)

This Course consists three levels. The duration of each level is not less than 34 weeks. Contact hours: Thirty hours per week. The Training is conducted with both theory and practical concurrently.

  1. Level I (34 weeks)
    This is an introductory level. The trainees learn about:
    a. Information and communication technology
    b. Computer architecture
    c. Computer awareness, operations and troubleshooting
    d. Word processing
    e. Peripheral devices
    f. System software
    g. Spreadsheet
    h. Database
    i. Management system
    j. Data storage and retrieval
    k. Networking
    l. Web design
    m. Internet usage skills
    n. Presentation
    o. Desktop publication
    p. Preventive maintenance

Supporting Subjects:
a. English
b. Mathematics
c. Entrepreneurship
d. Touch typing
e. Basic electronics skills

  1. Level II (34 Weeks)

This is the continuation of the first level that enables trainees to become more effective in the Information and Communication Technology field.

The trainees learn about:
a. Maintaining Network and its Components
• Cabling and Truncking Network

  1. Maintaining Network Software
    • Installation of Networking Software
    • Perform Periodic Backup
    • Performing Data Recovery
    • Installation of Networking Drivers
  2. Managing Database and Presentation Applications
    • Database Applications
    • Presentation Applications

Course Outcomes:
After the course, a trainee will be able to
a. Prepare different documentations
b. Maintain Microcomputers
c. Maintain Software
d. Maintain Network hardware
e. Perform Preventive Maintenance

iii. Level III (34 weeks)

The goal of the course is to enable trainees to gain more skills in the Information and Communication Technology field.

The trainees learn about:
a. Maintaining Website
• Website Design Layouts
• Creating Web Pages
• Uploading Contents
• Maintaining Website and Web Hosting Server

  1. Designing Graphics
    • Sketching Graphics
    • Work with Graphics
    • Colour Mixing
  2. Managing Internet Services
    • Searching Information
    • Transferring Files
    • Using E-mail
  3. Basic Programming
    • Perform Simple Database Application Programs
    • Create Simple Programs
  4. PC Maintenance
    • Assembling a Computer
    • Operating System Fundamentals
    • Advanced Hardware Fundamentals and Servers
    • Preventive Maintenance and Upgrading
    • Troubleshooting PC Hardware
    • Troubleshooting software
  5. SEO
    g. Digital Marketing
    h. etc

Course Outcomes:
After the course, a trainee will be able to:
a. Prepare different documentations
b. Maintain Microcomputers
c. Maintain Software
d. Maintain Network hardware
e. Maintain PC
f. Develop Websites
g. Develop different graphics
h. Perform Preventive Maintenance
i. Create simple database application programs

BUSINESS OPERATIONS ASSISTANT (Two-year Course)

NCBCT proudly introduces the Business Operations Assistant course for the intake that begin July 2018. This course is administered under the TANZANIA VOCATIONAL TRAINING AUTHORITY (VETA) curriculum.

Business operations are occupation which involves performance of office operations and procedures which include accounting, purchasing and supplies. The occupation involves recording, analysing, classifying, interpreting and reporting accounting information. It also involves acquisition, receiving, storage and distribution of materials. The role of the business operation assistant is a supportive role to the executive served intended to assist him/he achieve the objectives of the organisation.

In order to play his/her role effectively she/he should have appropriate competences in such fields as maintaining records of accounting, purchasing and supplies, good customer services, computer skills, interpersonal skills, managerial and organizational ability and capability to work independently.

Future Training Prospects for graduate of this Course:

After successful completion of National Vocational Award Level III, Business Operations Assistant is eligible to:

  1. join DIPLOMA (NTA 5) of the Technical Institutions in the field of:
  2. Accounting and Finance,
  3. Procurement and supplies,
  4. Business Administration, and
  5. Records Management

OR

  1. Join the following:
  2. Accounting Technician Certificate (ATEC) of the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA); or
  3. Procurement and Supplies Management Foundation Certificate (PSTC) of the Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB).

OR

  1. Be employed

Entry requirements:

Should have completed Form Four with at least a pass

Couse undertaken are:-

1. BASIC COMPUTER APPLICATION FOR BUSINESS OPERATIONS ASSISTANTS
2. LIFE SKILLS
3. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
4. BUSINESS MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS
5. BUSINESS LAW
6. COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE
7. BUSINESS ENGLISH  and

8. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

 STATISTICAL ASSISTANTS (NVA I-III)

The aim of the course is to provide appropriate knowledge, right attitude and practical skills to people who aspire to become Statistical Assistants in formal and informal sectors as per labour market demands.

Graduates of this programme become Statistical Assistants. This is an occupation which requires a good base in mathematics and Computer skills.  The occupation is a sub-professional category that assists in planning for data collection, processing and presentations of statistical or other official data.  The statistical Assistant is expected to work for national Statistical Systems, training and research institutions, statistics departments, accounting or insurance companies.

Records Management (NTA level 4-6)

Procurement and Supply (NTA level 4-6)