Currently we are offering the following courses:-

1. Community Development

This course introduces students to the concept, history and models of community development. Other topics addressed in this course include: an introduction to the various levels of government, trends and issues, strategic planning, facilitation and fundraising.

Community development refers to the broad set of skills and institutions that local communities utilize in an effort to improve the quality of life for all residents.  This course examines the history of economic trends, and social policies that have affected marginalized communities, and the various ways through organizing and capacity building that community development professionals and activists have sought to improve these conditions.

  Topics will include the provision of community economic development and finance, education and workforce development, food systems, and environmental sustainability.

The course is covered from the Basic Technician Certificate (NTA Level 4), Technician Certificate (NTA Level 5) and Ordinary Diploma (NTA Level 6). The NTA Level 5 is the exit level for Certificate students and NTA Level 6 is the exit level for Diploma students.

The minimum entry requirement for student to be admitted in this course for NTA Level 4, is that student should have at least four (4) passes in any subjects in the CSEE results. Also students with NVA Level 3 in the related field are accepted to join the course.

Form six leavers should have at least two subsidiary passes of non-religious subjects.

2. General Agriculture

General Agriculture provides a broad experience to all types of agriculture; an internship experience is also included to provide students with practical knowledge and skills. While the Certificate of General Agriculture may be completed as a standalone certificate program, courses in this certificate may also be used to complete the Diploma in Horticultural Crops or the Diploma in Animal Science which are parts of General Agriculture.

The course prepares students for a variety of careers, including ranching, farming, and agriculture science or horticulture management. Agriculture courses are found in associates, diploma, bachelor and graduate degree programs, and students learn everything from horticulture basics to how to run a farming business.

General Agriculture is covered from the Basic Technician Certificate (NTA Level 4), Technician Certificate (NTA Level 5) and Ordinary Diploma (NTA Level 6). The NTA Level 5 is the exit level for Certificate students and NTA Level 6 is the exit level for Diploma students.

The minimum entry requirement for student to be admitted in this course for NTA Level 4, is that student should have at least four (4) passes in any subjects of which two (2) passes from non-religious subjects and other two (2) passes in science subjects in the CSEE results. Also students with NVA Level 3 in the related field are accepted to join the course.

3. VETA courses

Also TRACDI is registred by VETA with the registration number  VET/DOM/PR/2015/C/040 to offer veta course. These course helps student with minimum requirements in their CSEE results to directly join certificate level. After attaining a level three (NVA Level 3) student can decide to join certificate courses in the related field of study. Currently we have the following courses registered under the umbrella of veta

  1. VETA - Horticultural Crop - Kilimo cha Mazao
  2. VETA - Information Communication Technology (ICT)
  3. VETA - Animal Husbandry - Ufugaji wa wanyama
  4. Busness Operation Assistant - BOA - Usimamizi wa biashara unaohusisha (Manunuzi, Uhasibu na Ubohalia)