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Traditional mode of delivery, where learners and the facilitator will be on the same venue.


Utility tariff for public services affects the welfare of communities, resource allocation, as well as the financial performances of public utilities. One objective of utility tariff setting is to ensure that tariff obtains adequate revenue for the public utility to meet its financial obligations including operations and maintenance costs, debt service, protect the interests of consumers, taxes, and returns on equity. Given that tariffs setting and computations involves the complex and diverse variables such as Acts and Regulations, Principles and other economic factors. This workshop has  been designed  to Board Members aimed at refreshing participants able to  share principles and practice in examining  pricing structure for promoting investments processes. In addition focuses to ensure that board members are conversant on transmissions systems and costs, distribution tariffs, but take into account the rights of the consumers.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the sessions, participants will be able to answer these questions

· How does Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority Acts (Cap 414) and its Regulations or  Petroleum Acts Cap 392 facilitate  or control price settings ?

· What are general principles and factors of setting tariffs rates in Tanzania ( Water, Electricity Petroleum, and  Natural Gas);

· How to conduct price reviews, compute end customer tariff and its  rate structures from  a utility’s perspective;

· What are options for improving affordability and reducing subsidies; categorizing costs: customer costs, volumetric and demand/capacity costs in Water, Gas and Petroleum;

· What are common challenges and best practices in utility (electricity, water and gas) tariffs rates and pricing and innovative ideas for addressing them.

Delivery Methodology

The workshop will be conducted via PowerPoint presentations, analyses of short case studies, discussion and writing action plan exercises.

Target Audience

Board Members and Management  Team of the Utility  Service Providers and Regulatory Authority.

 Venue: Arusha

 Date:23rd–25th  September 2019



Course date: 23-09-2019 8:00 am
Course End Date: 25-09-2019 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited


Warehousing and inventory management, as a part of demand management, forms one of the supply chain processes recognized as a potentially major source of competitive advantage as opposed to just another source of cost before product reaches the customer. Thus, management and control of warehousing and inventory is a crucial element related to improvement of service delivery to any organization. However, given that there is a general necessity to carry some stock, the key aim of warehouse management is to minimize the costs. Effective warehousing and inventory management requires the execution of the most appropriate strategic and approach to achieve this goal.


The training is envisaged to enhance the capacity of the employees working in stores, warehouse and inventory functions by equipping them with relevant skills and knowledge necessary to work efficiently and effectively.


This course recommended to procurement and stores officers working government institutions. Participants will be able to get CPD hours as per professional board. 

Course date: 23-09-2019 8:00 am
Course End Date: 25-09-2019 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (Tanzania Global Learning Agency (TaGLA) imeandaa mafunzo ya Kujiandaa na Maisha Baada ya Kustaafu Kazi. Mafunzo haya ni fursa ya pekee kwa wafanyakazi walio katika ajira rasmi kuweza kutafakari,kutathimini na kupanga maisha yao baada ya kustaafu. Mafunzo haya yataendeshwa kwa muda wa siku tano .


Course date: 07-10-2019 8:00 am
Course End Date: 11-10-2019 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited