The Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP) -Admission Letters for Basic Technician Certificate Programmes
About the Institute of Rural Development Planning
The Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP) is a corporate body established by the Parliamentary Act No. 8 of 1980s.
This Act provides a legal framework for the Institute to be established as an important national centre for provision of training, research and consultancy services in the field of rural development planning and management with main objective of alleviating qualitative and quantitative shortage of skilled manpower within the framework of sustainable capacity building directed towards reducing poverty and attaining sustainable development
IRDP strives to enhance and strengthen capacity for rural development practitioners by providing post-secondary education and training, research and consultancy services
IRDP is thus a multi-disciplinary and multi-sectorial institute empowered to oversee and coordinate the provision of expertise to in-service and pre-service personnel involved in rural development planning in the country
Since its establishment, IRDP has been shaping destinies in planning and research methodologies focusing on the future prosperity of its students. As a result, graduates with IRDP qualifications have made valuable contributions in their fields. They are a proof of our unique approach of learning and training methodologies.
IRDP Provides a conducive environment for teaching, learning and working to both students and staff. This includes library, academic blocks and the multipurpose hall.
You can now access the Admission Letters for Basic Technician Certificate programmes in the links provided below;
- Admission Letter for Basic Technician Certificate in Development Administration and Management (BTCDAM)
- Admission Letter for Basic Technician Certificate in Community Development (BTCCD)
- Admission Letter for Basic Technician Certificate in Rural Development Planning (BTCRP)