Consultancy

Introduction

The University Consultancy wing was launched in 2013 with the aim of promoting non-tuition income of the University through training, research and Consultancy as well as enterprise services. Apart from supporting the University in its income projects, the Division has worked with church, public and private institutions in Kenya and the region in offering research, training and consultancy services with an aim of building institutional capacity.

Our Scope

Our scope of work done includes:

  1. Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects
  2. Leadership, Management and Governance Advisory and Consultancy
  3. Regional Integration Advisory and Consultancy
  4. Sustainable Development Advisory and Consultancy
  5. Human Resource Management Consultancy
  6. Strategy Development and Review
  7. Institutional Change and Organizational Transformation
  8. Applied Research and Surveys
  9. SME Consultancy and Support
  10. Policy Review and Advisory
  11. Conflict Resolution and Management
  12. Social Justice and Ethics Promotion Work
  13. Customized and Open Continuous Professional Development Programmes
  14. Conferences on Research and Consultancy Projects

Our Methodology

For all our Consultancy projects, we:

  1. Undertake research to assess and establish the client’s needs
  2. Make a roadmap/plan to execute the project’s components with clear milestones and measurements
  3. Implement the project and report on progress as per milestones and measurements
  4. Optimize on feedback and lessons along the way
  5. Submit and close the project

Our Capacity

We take a multi-disciplinary approach to offering our consultancy and research services, pooling resources from the wealth of knowledge and experience of our Faculties:

  • Faculty of Theology
  • Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Science
  • School of Business
  • School of Nursing
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Law
  • Center for Social Justice & Ethics
  • Institute of Canon Law
  • The Institute for Regional Integration and Development
  • School of Graduate Studies