Start Date: 19 March 2024 (The course will be offered online and runs for 8 weeks)
Venue: Online
Time: 16h00 to 19h00

Course fee is: R 12,000 per person

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Inclusive Practices Africa and the Division of Disability Studies in collaboration with Christian Blind Mission (CBM) presents Community Based Inclusive Development Practice.

Community Based Inclusive Development (CBID) has become the gold standard approach to ensure that people with disabilities, their families and their organizations are among the leaders in local development and have equal access to social and development benefits like everyone else in their communities. 

This course seeks to bring together academics and practitioners alike to share, exchange, and deepen our understanding of inclusive community development from various interdisciplinary perspectives. This course will close a much-needed gap in our current knowledge landscape.
As the first of its kind, the CBID course promises to be an exciting platform for intellectual discourse and learning.

Who Should Attend?
CBID practictioners, government employees (local and national), teachers, health personnel, social workers

Course Content:

•    Localizing the Convention of Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) – CBID 
•    Addressing stigma and prejudice
•    Community Mobilization
•    Systems Thinking and Systems Planning
•    Disability and Gender
•    Intersectionalities
•    Understanding Inclusive Policies and Protection Packages
•    Evidence in CBID
•    Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction
•    Evidence in CBID
•    Digital Accessibility and Universal Design
•    Inclusive Project Cycle Management
•    Marketing CBID

What can participants expect:
Two modules per week in an online lecture format by renowned academic scholars in various CBID related fields, accompanied by tutorials for additional guidance and support.

What’s expected in terms of pre- and post-work per module and final assignment:
For each module within the course, students are expected to dedicate a minimum of 4 hours a week for pre- and post-work. This time allocation includes not only the engagement with the core content but also additional time for preparatory readings, exercises, and post-module reflections. The preparation for the final assignment and exams may require additional effort and will depend on the individual's familiarity with the subject matter. The importance of this preparatory and follow-up work is not to be underestimated, as it plays a vital role in consolidating learning and ensuring success in the course.

Overall time investment:
Minimum of 80% attendance for all lectures and tutorials in the course . Attendance will be monitored through signing of an attendance register at each session.

All coursework, assignments must be completed within the prescribed time  period, unless otherwise approved by the programme conveners and lecturer.  Participation in tutorials is highly recommended.

A Certificate of Completion will be issued to participants on successful completion of the course.

For more information or to register email: ce.admnistration@uct.ac.za 

Only participants registered for the course will be eligible to attend.