New courses such as Solar Energy and other Education Competency Based Training courses have been introduced, while others are in the pipe line. This will ensure that we meet the market demand of training teachers for technical institutes, Youth Polytechnics and the “a million plus artisans.”

 

Under the docket of Deputy Principal Academic Affairs, KTTC is in the process of spreading its wings far and wide. There are two KTTC daughter colleges that have been mentored by K.T.T.C Masai Mara Vocational Training Institute which was officially opened by the Deputy President and a college in Marasabit which is  almost being completed.In addition we have been collaborating with other a number of institution to offer technical skills and training.Such institution include Coast Institute of Technology to train children;Pipeline,American Embassy,Directorate of Criminal Investigation,AA driving school to name just but a few. Furthermore, we are collaborating with Sangalo Institute of Science and Technology to train instructors of Youth Polytechnics in Bungoma County. Other such collaboration are in the pipe line. KTTC has spread its wings to Somalia and is collaborating with Save the Children (NGO) to train trainers and managers. We are also collaborating with AA driving school to train driving instructors. It is our hope that our wings will spread to other regions of East Africa and beyond.      

In conclusion, the office of the Deputy Principal Academic Affairs is keen to monitor where the college is where it should be in future in as far as academics is concerned. It is the hope of the office of Deputy Principal (AA) that our dream of offering degrees will be materialized soon, so that our clients number one (our students) will continue remaining relevant. In line with the TVET our pride is ensuring access, equity, relevance and quality in the programmes and courses we offer so as to play a role in actualizing our beloved country’s vision 2030.

 

Hilda J.S. Omwoyo (Mrs.)

DEPUTY PRINCIPAL, ACADEMIC AFFAIRS KTTC