Management Comittee

This committee is a standing committee that meets monthly to review heads of departments’ reports and to take actions/decisions on all aspects of the college operations.

Specifically, the committee meets to discuss and review the following reports:

  • The reports of the quality coordinators
  • The accountant report including budgetary review of targets
  • The administrative manager report
  • The quality manager report
  • The database manager report
  • The cafeteria and reprographic department report

The Director

The director shall be responsible to the board of governors and serve as the executive officer in matters relating to the operations of the college. The director will be responsible for all aspects of the college’s operations including marketing, accounting and budgeting, human resource management, research, and curriculum development and ICT.

Specific duties include:

  • Giving general directions and oversight
  • Design and develop administrative policies and procedures for board approval as they relate to the vision mission and goals of the institution. The director can establish committees, that is standing or ad-hoc committees as needed to effectively carry out the operations of the college
  • Hire and fire staff in accordance with the statuary requirements of the country and policies of the organization
  • Prepare annul budgets and financial statements.
  • The director sets the college overall marketing strategy

The Administrative Manager

The Administrative Manager is responsible for the efficiency and effectiveness of a number of administrative functions, including:

  • Reception
  • Registration
  • Library
  • Cleaners
  • Drivers
  • Security

The administrative Manger would function as the secretary of the QAC.

The Quality Manager

The Quality Manager is responsible for a number of areas including:

  • overseeing and driving the quality system of the college
  • evaluating coordinator effectiveness in maintaining and promoting quality
  • internal meetings with lecturers
  • addressing all the concerns of lecturers
  • ensuring the effective administration of student services
  • establishing effective operations of student government/student representatives

Student Representative

Each academic programme has a student representative. The Student Representative is an advocate for students’ rights, and as such they bring student concerns to the attention of the administration. The student rep also has direct contact with the quality manager and the quality coordinators, so that they can appraise students of issues emanating from the administration and of concerns to their scholarship.

The student representative for each programme is elected by student within that programme and they serve for one year or the duration of the programme. The college responds to students concerns through the management committee meetings and the board of governors meetings where a student representative is a member.

The Student Government

The student government committee is formed to bring greater communication and understanding between students and faculty and administration, and to advocate for students on issues that impact their scholarship.

The student government committee seeks to enrich students experience at TBS. The committee also provides an important platform for the development of student leadership skills.

Members are elected to the student government committee annually, in September of each year. The committee comprises of a chairperson, secretary, treasurer, assistant secretary/ treasurer and three committee members.

All positions on the committee are rotated annually, so that no one person serves in a position for more than one year.

The committee seeks to add value and enrichment to students’ vocation through various social activities, including fund raisers. These activities include debates, youth forums, social get together etc.

One of the major activities of the committee is planning and organizing the annual graduation exercise. The committee also takes a proactive position in coming up with innovative recommendations to faculty and administration for creating more academic opportunities and support for students.

The student government committee is formed to bring greater communication and understanding between students and faculty and administration, and to advocate for students on issues that impact their scholarship.

The student government committee seeks to enrich students experience at TBS. The committee also provides an important platform for the development of student leadership skills.

Members are elected to the student government committee annually, in September of each year. The committee comprises of a chairperson, secretary, treasurer, assistant secretary/ treasurer and three committee members.

All positions on the committee are rotated annually, so that no one person serves in a position for more than one year.

The committee seeks to add value and enrichment to students’ vocation through various social activities, including fund raisers. These activities include debates, youth forums, social get together etc.

One of the major activities of the committee is planning and organizing the annual graduation exercise. The committee also takes a proactive position in coming up with innovative recommendations to faculty and administration for creating more academic opportunities and support for students.