The month of October is general marked as a Cancer Awareness Month. IDM embarked on an advocacy activity that aimed at sensitizing the public about dangers associated with the spread of the disease. Guests from the Ministry of HEALTH, EGPAF as well as the office of THE FIRST LADY were available to shed advice of preventable measures that one may take to avoid the disease.
IDM Occupational Health and Safety Students embarked on a campus and office tour to identify hazards and risks within the IDM vicinity.
The excercise was mandated to build the IDM Risk Profile, which will then become substantial to the institution, as it is a pressing obligation and requirement for every institution to perform risk assements and building risk profiles.
Moreover, the said exciercise also served as a practical tool that equips students with technical knowledge, skills and abilities of how to betterly maintain safety and security in an organization.
Institute of Development Management (IDM) has announced sponsorship partnership with Botswana National Sports Commission (BSNC) for this year’s (2018) Awards.
IDM, which prides itself as dedicated to growing great minds and building a generation of leaders for the future, announced different sponsorship packages to those who will be winners on the night.
Institute of Development Management (IDM) has been applauded for its support of Botswana’s Vision 2036 and Sustainable Development Goals. Speaking at the official handover of the Mantshwabisi Primary School Computer Lab, the Assistant Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Hon Botlogile Tshireletso said her Ministry, through the Department of Community Development recognises IDM as a strategic partner in development.
Over 2000 learners visited the IDM Kwaluseni campus for the Eswatini International Expo which saw to over 30 colleges and companies showcasing their products to students eager to find a tertiary institution to apply to in 2019. This event is hosted annually by Utech college. It lasts for a week and covers all regions of the country. Form 5 students from the Lowveld areas of the country attend the Big Bend version of the event which is hosted at the Utech sports grounds.
Institute of Development Management (IDM) is connecting its graduates with industry professionals to give them practical experience and further create job opportunities for them as they enter the world of work.
IDM Senior Consultant under Business & Information Resource Management’s Travel & Tourism programme, Catherine Kebakile says IDM recently entered into a partnership with one of the well-recognised hospitality businesses in Botswana, Avani Resort and Casino for Institute’s third year students to do their practicums and get industry exposure.
The quest to offer customers relevant solutions continues to intensify as IDM prepares to launch the Centre for Local Governance in the imminent future. The soon-to-be released programme will provide a one-stop-shop for the Local Government authorities to be equipped with appropriate knowledge and skills to deliver superior service to their constituencies across Botswana.
Institute of Development Management (IDM) Academic Council recently met in Botswana to discuss matters pertaining to training, education, research and consultancy.
Comprising of academics representing the academic diversity and some members of the Student Representative Council of the Institute from Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini, the Council is the principal policy-making and advisory body on all IDM’s academic matters.
The much-awaited relocation of the Institute of Development Management (IDM) Francistown campus will take place in July this year. The campus is currently located at the Light Industrial Area and will be moving to Botho Park in Block 10.
Mind Liberation Psychology Consultancy and Forum for Career Awareness Association organized a four day Career Expo from Tuesday 03 April to Friday 06 2017, in the four districts of Lesotho. The aim of the expo was to provide career guidance to high school students to enable them to make informed decisions when choosing their careers in the future. It commenced in Mokhotlong, followed by Leribe, then Mohale’shoek and ended Maseru.