Programme Fees
The programme fees shown below do not include participants’ air travel cost to and from their countries, accommodation, food and any other personal cost.
Below are fees for two (2) weeks programme.
Bristol - UK
£3450.00
Note: All our programmes  in the UK will be held in Bristol at Orega’s office building on Victoria street. This office building is owned and serviced by Orega.
CCTD’s programmes are delivered in English. It is expected that all delegates from non English speaking countries attending our programmes should be able to speak and write English language or must have at least GCE (GCSE) ”O” Level Credit/grade C or an equivalent English language qualification.
Charges for other venues in other locations in the world for groups, i.e. in-house outreach training, are available upon request.
 
Refund Policy
A full refund will be provided under the following circumstances:
  • Where the course has been cancelled.
  • Where a participant notifies the organisation of his/her intention to withdraw 14 days before the start of the programme.
  • Where an overpayment has been made.
  • 75% refund of fees paid will be made to participants who cancel his/her programme less than 14days before the commencement of the programme.
  • No fees refund will be made to participants who withdraw from the programme after he or she has commenced the programme and has been issued with all the training materials (including tablet/ laptop).
    Requests for refund must be addressed in writing to the director of programmes.
Travel Insurance
We advise participants to purchase a comprehensive travel insurance to cover them against untimely illness or injuries whilst in the United Kingdom as our fees do not include travel insurance. Please contact your local travel agent for more information on travel insurance.
Accommodation and Food
CCTD arranges accommodation for all delegates at the time of their application. Delegates lodge at the affordable hotels near our institution.
Funding and Scholarship
Please note that CCTD does not provide sponsorship to support its programmes. It is the responsibility of the applicant to apply for financial support. Most donor agencies including development or technical assistance projects have standard procedures to follow before approving request for training funds.
We advise prospective applicants to apply for funding from projects within their organisations, since most projects funded by development agencies have capacity building training funds.
Please note: We do not accept programme participation fee payment from INDIVIDUALS who self-sponsor. We only accept institutional sponsored programmes for employees. For complete funding procedures and guidelines, please contact our course registration manager for further details on how to apply for sponsorship.
The following development organisations and donor agencies represented in your country may support your application for funding to attend our programs in UK;
  • The World Bank
    Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
    The European Development Fund
    The Netherlands Government
    Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA)
    United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
    The Asian Development Bank (ADB)
    The British Council
    Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation (CFTC)
    German Foundation for International Development (GTZ)
    The African Development Bank
    UN Agencies such as: WFP, UNIFEM, UNFPA, UNIFEP, etc.
    The World Bank
    Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
    The European Development Fund
    The Netherlands Government
    Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA)
    United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
    The Asian Development Bank (ADB)
    The British Council
    Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation (CFTC)
    German Foundation for International Development (GTZ)
    The African Development Bank
    UN Agencies such as: WFP, UNIFEM, UNFPA, UNIFEP, etc.v
UK Visa Entry
Participants can apply for visitors’ entry visa from the British High Commission in their home countries. To avoid delays, we advise that visa application should be made at least three (3) or four (4) weeks before their chosen programmes start.
Accredited by the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education as a Short course Provider.
Accredited by the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education as a Short course Provider.