.... Are you doing the course of your ability and desire or have you
succumbed to your relatives or friends course desires? Have you been assessed for your natural Gift and Talents?
Are you still buried to obsolete education?
.... Has society judged you as a stupid failure due to low school grades,
yet you know have potentials in other ways? Do you think low grades due to sickness, lack of fees, and panic in exams can mean one is stupid?
.... Are you aware that, as an adult, work experience can be
converted to Academic credits and earn you direct exemption and achieve your bachelors or masters degree sooner?
.... Are you tired of cramming and recalling huge chunks of tutor’s
notes onto foolscaps? Are you aware of practical –project-based education that will connect the classroom and organization AND ensure that
your 3 year of learning is not judged by your failure in a 2-hour written examination.
.... Would you like to sell your land or cattle for your
child's education only for him/her to re-join you in daily struggles, in the same "mabati" house? What is the point of taking
your child oversees for education that results in "papers" yet he/she cannot improve your business when you retire?
Do you need an education system or degree certificate that enables you tarmac for years before giving up to roast maize for lack of jobs?
Why are you still guessing your career when modern technology today, enables us to foretell
the career of a 5-6 year old 20-30 years in advance?
Good doctors do a diagnosis before providing a prescription. Good teachers should test for Gifts and Talents before teaching.
Hospitals refer patients for better medical management. Where do schools and parents refer students for better academic management?
Have your children been professionally assessed? Have you known what career would be best for you upon retirement?
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Are you aware that your work experience can be converted into Academic Credit Points, earn you exemptions and
allow you to fast track into your Bachelors or Masters Degree in less than 1 year?
In every man’s mind, lies the dream to be independent and be able to provide a descent livelihood for those that depend on him...
a dream that has caused men to dig deeper into volumes of books to gain knowledge and insight needed for survival.... a dream,
that if realized will change the course and face of Africa.... Unfortunately to some, this dream will be just that: a dream.
Throughout the last decade the concept of life-long learning has continued to gain popularity. Organizations in the twenty-first
century are challenged to quickly adapt to industry changes and rapidly identify solutions for obstacles or barriers that the
organization encounters. Through the lifelong learning process, individuals develop the capacity for addressing this organizational need.
Key characteristics of lifelong learning include duration, learner-centered perspective, multi-level and multi-subject learning, and open access.
Lifelong learning also focuses on the learner rather than an instructor or trainer. The learning process often involves a
facilitator but the facilitator should be skilled at providing an educational environment that allows the individual to
enhance and engage in his or her own learning objectives.
THE DALC WEEKEND CEREMONY
The DALC Weekend is an Annual Event that brings together all students and staff from the various campuses to a host of events in in
one campus location. It is designed to allow students from the various campuses to interact and exchange ideas while also promoting
cultural and experiential exchanges.
The competitions during sports, cat-walks, and the retreat are always fun. We will be sending videos of the same to all
campuses to inspire and motivate new students.
This year it will begin from Thursday, 29th November 2012 at 8am for Annual Sports Day followed by catwalk for
Mr. & Miss DALC in the evening starting at 6pm. It will end on Saturday (12.00 noon) on a retreat or equivalent.
Please obtain details from your campus manager.
THE DALC EDUCATION 8TH GRADUATION CEREMONY – 4TH OCTOBER, 2013
This year's graduation is scheduled to take place on Friday, 4th October, 2013 at the DALC sponsored University in Bouye, Kisumu.
This year's graduation will be significant as it will take place on DALC Education premises in Kisumu and will form part of the
DALC Weekend activities slated for the same week. It will also be the last Graduation Ceremony under DALC as a college...
read moreTHE DALC WEEKEND – 3RD OCTOBER, 2013 TO 5TH OCTOBER, 2013
The DALC Weekend is an Annual Event that brings together all students and staff from the various campuses to a host of events
in one campus location. It is designed to allow students from the various campuses to interact and exchange ideas while also
promoting cultural and experiential exchanges.
This year it will begin from Thursday, 3rd October, 2013 at 8am for Annual Sports Day followed by a tour around Kismet City
in the afternoon and later followed by catwalk for Mr. & Miss DALC, live performance invited artists in the evening starting at 7pm....