PREAMBLE

 

In this era, Kenya continues to undergo changes industrially, occupationally, socially, and economically. These changes are creating challenges for students, staff and the entire KTTC community. A rapidly changing lifestyle; violence in homes, divorced parents; teenage suicide; substance abuse; and sexual experimentation are just a few examples of these challenges. These challenges are real, and they are having substantial impact on the personal/social, career, and academic development of students, staff and the entire KTTC community.

 

The college has developed a comprehensive guidance and counseling program as an integral part of the college activities. The program addresses the needs of all by facilitating students, staff and the entire KTTC community with personal/social assistance as well as helping create positive and safe climates in the institution. At the same time, the program assists students as they face issues and resolve problems by engaging in different activities like attending KTTC support group meetings, workshops, seminars and trainings.

 

VISION

To be a centre of excellence in providing Guidance & Counseling services.

 

MISSION

 To provide quality guidance and counseling services so as to be able to meet the holistic needs of the KTTC community.

 

CORE VALUES

Team work                 Non-judgmental                      Non partiality

Professionalism          Accountability                        Integrity

 

CORE FUNCTIONS

The department provides the following services to KTTC community:

 

  • Guidance services; on Education career and social issues.
  • Individual and group counseling; according to the clients issues.
  • HIV/AIDS attitude change training; to students, teaching and non-teaching staff.
  • Public lectures on topical issues.
  • VCT services; open to the entire community.
  • Welfare and outreach activities.

 Achievements:

 

  • Most students and staff have been trained on HIV/AIDS attitude change training.
  • KTTC HIV/AIDS Policy developed and launched.
  • Service charter for the department developed.
  • VCT Service availed every term.
  • Informational and inspiring public lectures have been delivered on relevant topics, such as; drugs and substance abuse, reproductive health, stress management, etc.
  • Student and staff requiring guidance and counseling are assisted regularly.
  • Outreach done to Kirigiti Rehabilitation Centre.
  • Mentoring programs aimed at equipping students with life skills and information on social and emerging issues has started.

 

All these achievements are due to the support of the administration, Counseling team, HODs, teaching and non-teaching staffs and the students.

As a department we are grateful. May God bless you all.

 

MRS. CATHERINE MUSUKU
HOD. GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING

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                                                     Service Delivery Charter

VISION

To be a centre of excellence in providing Guidance & Counseling services.

 

MISSION

To provide quality guidance and counseling services so as to be able to meet the holistic needs of KTTC community.

 

CORE VALUES

Team work                 Non-judgmental                      Non partiality

Professionalism          Accountability                        Integrity

 

No.

Activity

Requirement

Cost

Timeline

1

Guidance and Counseling Services

  • Schedule preparation
  • Allocating rooms
  • Counseling

Free

By 2nd week of every term

2

HIV/AIDS Attitude Change Training

  • Schedule preparation
  • Prepare training kits
  • Notify KTTC students/community
  • Actual training
  • Prepare and offer certificates
  • Evaluation

Free

2Days

5Days

2Days

 

 

2Days

3Months

2Months

3

V.C.T.

  • Invitation of VCT counselors
  • Notify KTTC students/community
  • Actual testing
  • Supervision and feedback

Free

5 Days to

 

5 Days to

5Days

Immediate

4

Motivational talks

  • Invite speaker/facilitator
  • Notify students

 

  • Attendance

Free

5Days to

5Days to

 

 

 


MEMBERS OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING DEPARTMENT

 

S/No

Name

Responsibility

1

Catherine Musuku

HOD

2

Zipporah Makokha

Deputy HOD

3

Tabitha Waweru

Coordinator Family & Gender

4

Susan Gichuhi

Coordinator HIV/AIDS matters

5

Sophie Bironga

Coordinator PC & ISO

6

Jeanstella Fundi

Coordinator /Training

7

Daniel Ochieng

Coordinator ADA matters

8

Pamela Arunga

Patron Peer Educators

9

Susan Ndebu

Member

10

Ruth Mburu

Member

11

Phyllis Mbwiria

Member

12

Catherine Gitonga

Member

13

Yonah Okidia

Members

14

Beatrice Giteru

Office Secretary

 


                                                                             PERSONAL COUNSELING SCHEDULE

                                                                   (Counseling room RM20- Professor Gichaga Social Hall)

 

S.No.

Counselor

Day

Time

Contact

1

Catherine Musuku

Wednesday

2pm-4pm

0722629095

Thursday

2pm-4pm

2

Tabitha Waweru

Tuesday

2pm-5pm

0722696322

Wednesday

2pm-5pm

Thursday

11am-1pm

3

Sophie Bironga

Monday

1pm-4pm

0721300256

Tuesday

1pm-4pm

4

Ruth Mburu

Thursday

10am-1pm

0722537466

Friday

11am-1pm

5

Pamela Arunga

Monday

11am-1pm

0722238105

Tuesday

11am-1pm

6

Catherine Gitonga

Monday

10am-1pm

0722360152

Thursday

1pm-4pm

 

For any help, please book an appointment with the counselors OR contact the HODs, Deputy HODs, Dean's office and any of the lecturers teaching you. If the issues require confidential counseling, you will be referred. Counseling will take place in the COUNSELING ROOM Professor Gichaga social hall room 20.


SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL GUIDANCE

For social and educational guidance please contact BUT DO NOT LIMIT TO the staff members below:

 

  • Yonah Okidia – Computer studies department
  • Susan Gichuhi – Education Department
  • Jeanstella Fundi – Education Department
  • Susan Ndebu - Education Department
  • Ngure – Building & Civil Engineering Department
  • Daniel Ochieng – Information & Communication Technology
  • Zipporah Makokha – Education Department

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