Available courses

Inorganic chemistry involves structure and bonding,  periodic table,

Physical chemistry 

The course entails the naming, preparation and reactions of organic compounds

interrelations between plants and animals and their environment

Classification 

By the end of the module unit , the trainee should be able to:

1.Observe  safety procedures in handling of microorganisms

2.Sterilise equipment and apparatus

3.Collect and handle specimens

4.Prepare culture media

5.Perform staining techniques

6.Identify microorganisms

Classification 1

The course entails the study of protozoans of medical importance importance. At the end of the training, the trainee should be equipped with skills , knowledge and attitudes on the biology, epidemiology and diagnostics of protozoans

The course entails the study of all the tissues in both plants and animals for research and medical purpose

Covers Mechanical, thermodynamics and optics

  1. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
  2. COMPUTER HARDWARE
  3. COMPUTER SOFTWARE
  4. MOUSE AND KEYBOARDING SKILLS
  5. DATA SECURITY
  6. COMPUTER APPLICATION

its unit that equip trainees with knowlegde on how they should work safety in their work places
this is a sciecne based course

COVERS MODERN PHYSICS AND ELECTROMAGNETISM

engine technology

Workshop technology includes occupational safety,materials and processes, sheet metal work.

This course is all about the construction of masonry walls

excavation and timbering.

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to explain various methods of timbering

In this subject,we shall cover topics like introduction to ICT,Computer hardware,Computer software,Operating system,word processing, spreadsheets, presentation packages, computer network & internet,database, data security, publishing packages etc

Various construction plants will be discussed and there use

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  1. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
  2. COMPUTER HARDWARE
  3. COMPUTER SOFTWARE
  4. MOUSE AND KEYBOARDING SKILLS
  5. DATA SECURITY
  6. WORD PROCESSOR
  7. SPREADSHEET
  8. DATABASES
  9. DTP
  10. PRESENTATION
  11. INTERNET AND EMAIL

Decsription

-chain surveying

objecting

-by end of this topic


Land Law is a course in Diploma in Land Survey covered/learned from 2nd year of study. it is all about the laws governing the use, management and transactions in land and other properties.

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objectives

activities

curve ranging is a unite in survey engineering  in diploma inland survey, and t he topics under this unite are

curve setting, computation ets.

Description of the course


Objectives


Activities

Description

This course is all about the laws  that govern the use, management and disposal of land and other resources.

Objectives

At the end of the course, the learners should be able to identify different laws that govern land use control

Activities

Read the Kenyan constitution and visit some land offices.

Description

Measurement of Building works

Objectives


At the end of this topic the trainee should be able to:-

§  take off quantities for substructure works

At the end of this Topic, the trainee should be able to take off quantities for:-

§  walling

§  roof

§  framed structure

§  doors

§  windows

§  finishes

§  stairs


At the end of this course a learner will be able to define what auditing is, types of audit, functions of auditing in an organization, difference between internal and external audit and the general audit procedure to carried out during auditing.

  1. company membership
  2. prospectors
  3. liquidation of the company 
  4. appointment of directors and auditors

Objectives and activities At the end of this course the learner should be able to:

introduction to coop law

sources

Financial accounting is a specific branch of accounting involving a process of recording, summarizing, and reporting the transactions resulting from business operations over a period of time. These transactions are summarized in the preparation of financial statements, including the balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement, that record the company's operating performance over a specified period.

Cost accounting is a method of managerial accounting which aims to capture the total production cost of a business by measuring the variable costs of each production phase as well as fixed costs, such as a lease expense.

Main Objective of BF

Managerial accounting is a course in accountancy that covers areas such as cost estimation, CVP analysis and transportation technique

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING IS A COMMON  UNITALL CERTIFICATE MODULE ONE

main general objectives of the course

the general objective; organization theory and behaviour will equip the learner with the necessary skills and attitudes to

Dissemination of information is a very critical unit to trainees pursuing a Diploma in Information Science. It is meant to equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge of passing information from an information professional to a user in a more convenient manner without inconveniencing him.

 

introduction of the subject or unit in the syllabus

At the end the learners

INTRODUCTION TO CLASSIFICATON

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her operate and use computer application packages to perform tasks.

General Objectives 

By the end of the module unit the trainee should be able to:

  1. Understand the basic concepts of computer applications 
  2. Produce documents using word processor 
  3. Utilize spreadsheet packages 
  4. Use database packages 
  5. Apply presentation packages 
  6. Use internet and e-mail services 
  7. Cope with emerging trends in computer applications 

This is a course offered to students taking Library and Archives Management at Module 2. It enables the learners to manipulate records' Some the topics include:

records lifecycle

filing


In this subject,we shall cover topics like introduction to ICT,Computer hardware,computer software,word processing, spreadsheets etc

COURSE DESCRIPTION

General studies is the study of factors within a given environment which affect an individual's life. the course unit seeks to develop in trainees, positive healthy attitudes and communication skills to enable them to play their role effectively in the society.

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course unit, the trainee should be able to;

1. Be aware of the various ways in which an individual and the society interact.

2. Develop a positive attitude in relation to work and society

3. Broaden and deepen the outlook of life

4. Use relevant technology to meet human needs

5. Appreciate and conserve culture and the environment

6. Acquire values by which life may most satisfactorily be lived

7.Develop communication skills to enable him/her to understand, interpret and express ideas, information and argument

Description

Objectives

DESCRIPTION

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with the basic requisites and foundation in CEE and the general information required for understanding the concepts of the trade.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of the module unit, the trainee should be able to;

1. Acquire knowledge on occupational and training opportunities available locally and internationally.

2. Understand the meaning and importance of ethics and integrity in electrical and electronics field

3. Demonstrate ability in material handling and waste disposal

4. Develop the culture of maintenance

5. Acquire knowledge of electrical materials and tools.

2021 Class

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude required to understand the concepts of electronic circuits and their application in related engineering fields.

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude required to understand the concepts of electronic circuits and their application in related engineering fields.

The module unit is intended to equip the trainee with the knowledge,skills attitudes to enable him/her apply engineering science relevant to electrical engineering

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this module unit is intended to equip the trainee with the necessary knowledge, skill and attitude required to understand the concept of workshop technology

The solar system module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge skills ana attitudes necessary to understand and install solar installation systems

Trainees will appreciate prior knowledge and skills acquired in electrical installation I of this course

DESCRIPTION

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with the relevant mathematical knowledge, skills, techniques and attitudes necessary to enhance better understanding of his/her trade

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this module unit, the trainee should be able to:

  • Use mathematical concepts and techniques in solving problems related to electrical and electronic engineering
  • Organize and draw simple deduction and conclusions from a given data
  • Interpret graphical representation of functions relevant to electrical activities

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with skills, knowledge and attitude to to enhance the trainee's understanding of other aspects of electrical and electronic technology.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

Microelectronic circuits, colloquially referred to as microchips, combine billions of transistors on a small piece of semiconductor material. Their amazing integration densities have made today’s information and communication society a reality. 

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge skills attitudes necessary to understand principles of generating alternating current and appreciate correct usage of electrical measuring instruments.

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge,skills and attitudes necessary to understand principles of generating alternating current and appreciate correct usage of electrical measuring instruments.

DESCRIPTION

This module unit is is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable him/her to perform duties, process information from a variety of sources and apply communication skills at the work place

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

By the end of the course unit. the trainee should be able to;

1. Appreciate the importance of communication in the work place

2. Develop necessary skills for effective communication

3. Appreciate the use of different modes of  and forms of communication

4. Appreciate the role of information and communication technology in communication

5. Develop the necessary writing skills for various documents

6. Appreciate emerging issues in communication

7. Appreciate official etiquette, protocol and diplomacy

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Definition

DESCRIPTION

This module is intended to equip the trainees with relevant mathematical knowledge, skills and attitudes to enhance their analytical skills and understanding in electrical and electronic sciences and other areas of the trade.

OBJECTIVES

  • Understand mathematical concepts relevant to electrical and electronic trade
  • Apply mathematical concepts to solve problems
  • Appreciate mathematics as a tool for technological development

DESCRIPTION

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills, attitudes and competence necessary for installation, maintenance and operation of electrical machines

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this module the trainee should be able to:

DESCRIPTION

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills, attitudes, and competence necessary to understand safe and correct working procedures on the specified equipment and the application of test signals to determine the equipment performance as well as carrying out maintenance for electrical accessories, machines and equipment.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this module unit the trainee should be able to:

  • Acquire knowledge on use and care for electrical and electronics instruments.
  • Understand the procedure of testing, maintaining and repair of electrical and electronics components
  • Observe safety precautions and standards when carrying out maintenance 
  • Maintain and repair electrical machines and discharge lamps

The course is business oriented

DESCRIPTION

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable him/her to perform duties, process information from a variety of sources and apply communication skills at the work place.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of the module unit, the trainee should be able to;

1. Appreciate the importance of communication in the work place

2. Develop necessary skills for effective communication

 3. Appreciate the role of information and communication technology in communication

4. Appreciate the different modes and forms of communication

5. Develop the necessary writing skills for various documents

6. Appreciate official etiquette, protocol and diplomacy at the work place

7. Appreciate emerging issues in communication

The module unit is designed to equip the trainee with the knowledge, skills and attitude in physical sciences necessary to enhance the understanding of the area.

The course module unit is intended to provide the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to carry out basic measurement and fault diagnosis, and understand reliability concepts.

DESCRIPTION

The aim of this course is to equip the trainee with necessarily knowledge of interpretation, analysis, design and implementation of engineering designs and drawings.

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for the understanding of mechanical engineering principles that relate to the electrical and electronic engineering trade.

Description

Objectives

The Solar System module is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills, and attitudes to understand and install solar installation systems. Trainees will appreciate and apply prior knowledge and skills acquired in Electrical Installation of this course.

DESCRIPTION

The module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes required to apply the basic electrical engineering principles  necessary for training in the area of trade

OBJECTIVES

By the end of the module unit the trainee is expected to:

  • Understand the concepts of electrical quantities
  • Perform basic calculations on dc and ac circuits
  • Explain the behavior of magnetism materials, magnetism and electromagnetism
  • Describe the construction and operation of dc sources
  • Explain the basic concepts of ac generation
  • Describe the theory of dielectrics, principles and characteristics of capacitors
  • Analyze analogue ac and dc meters

engineering mthematics i is  course intended to help learners acquire skills in solving mthematical problems related to electrical engineering

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge,skills and attitude appropriate for carrying out electrical installation design work , protection of buildings from electrical related dangers, installation of special electrical wiring system and utility.

Introduction to PLC

PLC

SCADA

Industrial Communication Network

Calibration Software

This course covers additional applications of analog electronic circuits with an emphasis on analog and mixed signal integrated circuits (IC). Topics include amplification, filtering, oscillation, voltage regulation, and other analog circuits. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, analyze, verify and troubleshoot analog electronic circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment. 

This unit deals with the study of circuits of signals that take only two different levels. It is intended to provide the trainee with the relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to make the learner competent in the design, installation and maintenance of digital equipment and devices.

INTRODUCTION

This module unit is designed to enable the trainee develop knowledge, skills, attitudes and the necessary competence required for enhancing management practices, leadership, interactive and supervisory skills in work places and related environments. The module unit trainee is also expected to understand the economic factors affecting the enterprise they are in and how to tackle them.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

By the end of the module unit, the trainee should be able to;

  • understand the development of management systems
  • discuss the significance of management in enterprises
  • apply production management practices in the real world of work
  • appreciate the need for inculcating management principles for harmony in the work environment
  • manage organizations effectively
  • apply relevant qualitative techniques to solve management problems

DESCRIPTION

The module unit is aimed at providing the trainee with theoretical and practical understanding of automating processes and use of digital computers in control systems 

OBJECTIVES

By the of the module unit the trainee should be able to:

  • Understand the operating principles of process control systems
  • Apply the operating principles of sequential control systemsin industrial engineering systems
  • Understand the operating principles of digital control systems
  • Program robots

DESCRIPTION

This module unit is designed to equip the trainee with appropriate knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for the design, fabrication and maintenance of the power electronic system and equipment.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this module the trainee should be able to:

  • Understand the operation and performance characteristics of power electronic devices
  • Explain the application of power electronic devices
  • Describe the operation of converters
  • Understand the operation of inverters
  • Analyze the ac voltage controllers
  • Apply the principles of power controls in electrical machines and equipment

Pattern Construction is  on construction of a straight skirt with a vent pleat - Box pleat

1. Tracing out the basic skirt block

2. Developing the skirt patterns


In this subject/unit,we shall cover topics like computer hardware,computer software,computer network and internet etc.



PEDICURE IS COURSE THOUGH FOR CLEANING TOES AND LEGS

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Food and Beverage production is the art and skill of preparing food and beverage items as per the set standards worldwide.

  1. introduction to  ICT
  2. computer hardware
  3. computer software
  4. operating system
  5. word processor
  6. spreadsheet
  7. database
  8. computer networking and internet
  9. desktop publishing
  10. presentation packages
  11. data security and control
  12. emerging issues and trends

Catering law covers the following topics:

*Introduction to Law

*Organisation of Judiciary

*Law of tort

*Law of contract

*Contract of employment

*Hotel and restaurant act

*Liquor licenses

Food and drugs act

Topic: Vegetable

sub topics.

  1.  defination of term
  2. types of vegetables 
  3. vegetable cuts
  4. classification 
  5. methods of cooking 

science is a course for students for artisan level in food and beverage which covers the following topics

  1. measurement
  2. work energy and power
  3. force
  4. electricity
  5. metals

FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE IS TAUGHT AT MODULE TWO.IT HAS BOTH THEORY LESSONS AND PRACTICE.THE THEORY LESSONS HAVE TWO HOURS ON THE TIME TABLE WHILE PRACTICE TAKES TWO DAYS ON THE TIME TABLE.

This is a Unit in Food and Beverage Sales and Service

  1. introduction to oop
  2. oop concepts
  3. language structures of oop
  4. essence of objects and classes

Visual basic programming is one of the most interactive event driven programming languages

In this unit will cover the following topic:

Process management 

 Memory management 

 Device I/O management 

 File management 

Emerging trends in operating system

Fundamentals of operating systems

Description

    General Objectives

  •  Give Hardware and Software considerations for structured programming
Activities
  • study the documentary by clicking on the link provided
  • watch a documentary on structured programming
  • ask quetions and Explain the concepts

By the end of the lesson the student should be able to

·         Explain the meaning of ICT

·         Explain the uses of ICT

          Explain the impact of ICT in contemporary society

·         Describe ICT equipment's/Facilities found in organizations




COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 1

INTRODUCTION 

This module unit is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her operate & use computer application packages to perform tasks.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES 

By the end of the module unit the trainee should be able to:

  1. Understand the concepts of computer applications 
  2. Produce documents using word processor 
  3. Use spreadsheet packages 
  4. Use database packages 
  5. Apply presentation packages 
  6. Use the internet & E-mail services 
  7. Cope with emerging trends in computer applications 
Trainer

Mr. Silas N. Wamalwa

Tel: 0700009600

At the end of this topic , the learner should be able to :


An  Operating  system  is  concerned  with  the  allocation  of resources  and  services, such  as  memory,  processors,  devices  and  information.  The Operating  System correspondingly  includes  programs  to  manage  these resources,  such  as a  traffic controller,  a  scheduler,  memory  management  module,  I/O  programs,  and  a  file system. 

in basic Electronics ,we shall cover topics like number systems, DC cicuit, AC circuit, Semiconductor theory 

THE COURSE DEALS WITH STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING USING C LANGUAGE

In this unit/ subject, trainees will be expected to develop a trade project will be submitted to KNEC.

 CA II  covers Financial applications, Computer Aided design and desktop publishing.

Deals with system design methods, techniques and implementation.

  1. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    AND SELF EMPLOY
    MENT
  2. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    OPPORTUNITIES
  3. ENTREPRENEURIAL
    AWARENESS
  4. ENTREPRENEURAL
    MOTIVATON
  5. ENTREPRENEURIAL
    COMPETENCIES
  6. ENTERPRISE MANGE
    MENT








courses to be covered in structured programming

  1. 1. introduction to programing
  2. 2.PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN
  3. PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN
  4. PROGRAM WRITING
  5. CONTROL STRUCTURES
  6. DATA STRUCTURES
  7. SUB PROGRAMS
  8. FILE HANDLING
  9. PROGRAM DOCUMENTATION
  10. EMERGING TRENDS OF STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING

Structured programming is a programming paradigm aimed at improving the clarity, quality, and development time of a computer program by making extensive use of the structured control flow constructs of selection (if/then/else) and repetition (while and for), block structures, and subroutines.

Computer Applications II entails the following topics:

- Financial applications

- Artificial intelligence

- Computer aided design

- Geographic Information System

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a programming paradigm based on the concept of "objects", which can contain data and code: data in the form of fields (often known as attributes or properties), and code, in the form of procedures (often known as methods).

Systems Analysis and Design (SAD) is an exciting, active field in which analysts continually learn new techniques and approaches to develop systems more effectively and efficiently. However, there is a core set of skills that all analysts need to know no matter what approach or methodology is used. All information systems projects move through the four phases of planning, analysis, design, and implementation; all projects require analysts to gather requirements, model the business needs, and create blueprints for how the system should be built; and all projects require an understanding of organizational behavior concepts like change management and team building.

Database system is a course in Diploma in Information Communication Technology. we expect to cover the following:

1. introduction to database

Learning Computer Packages 

  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint

Data comm

Entrepreneurship is a course that equips students with skills and knowledge on how to be self employed and pursuing your own ideas.

Objective: Entrepreneurship enables one to create jobs for themselves and for others

Communication skills gained by the student on how to communicate effectively in an organization.

Objectives


Social policy and administration is a unit that enables learners to understand more on how policies are being implemented and applied in our day to day activities.

Objective:

Lifeskills is a course that enable students to be all rounded and enable students to be able to deal with daily life challenges

Somo la kiswahili linahusu sehemu nne muhimu.

1 sehemu ya insha

2 taarifa au ufahamu

3 sarufi

 4 mbinu za kufundishia

 



Sociology

Objectives: students should be able to explain the meaning, theories and importance of sociology

Communication skills is a course that equips students with skills of effective communication in their day to day activities.  

Students should be able to communicate effectively in various circumstances. 

Project man agent

Objectives

Students should be able to explain the meaning and scope of social work

Description

Objective

You should be able to explain the meaning of social work


Sociology.

Objectives: students should be able explain the meaning of sociology, theories and importances of sociology.

Social work is a helping profession that enhances the wellbeing of people in the community.

Under this course you will be able to define various terms including social work, importance of social work, theories applicable in social work, skills in social work, ethics and values in social work, methods used in social work among others,


Social Policy and Administration is an activity that tries to formulate, implement a solution to solve social problem.

Objective: Understand what Social Policy is, it's development, it's role in social development work.

Somo hili la kiswahili lina sehemu nne kuu ambazo mwanafunzi apaswa kuelewa. 

Maswali katika mitihani ya Kitaifa hupangwa katika sehemu hizi kuu.

1 Uandishi wa insha

2 Ufahamu

3 Matumizi ya lugha

4 Mbinu za kufundishia


Capacity building and empowerment

Community Development is a process where community members come together to take collective action and generate solutions to common problems.

Objective: To promote, sustain, support and maintain community action.

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK THEORY AND PRACTICE

INTRODUCTION

THEORIES APPLICABLE IN SOCIAL WORK

SOCIAL WORK SKILLS

PROCESS OF SOCIAL WORK

METHODS  USED IN SOCIAL WORK PRACICE

MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

HIV/AIDS is a course that explains the meaning of the word HIV/AIDS, Causes , prevention

soil genesis and  classification 

Soil  physics and chemistry 

In this subject,we shall cover the following

Introduction to ICT

Computer System

Computer Hardware and software

Word processing

Spreadsheets




DESCRIPTION

OBJECTIVES

ACTIVITIES

DESCRIPTION


OBJECTIVES


ACTIVITY

TOPICS

1.Sources of power

2Types of tractors

3.The internal combustion engine

4.Working principle

introduction


This term we are covering,animal nutrition,animal breeding,

Farm machinery cover the following key topics: Ox-drawn implements, Ploughs, crop planting, harvesting.

 animal production is a course in general agriculture.we are expected to cover;

introduction to animal production.

routine management practices


DESCRIPTION

OBJECTIVES

ACTIVITIES

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objectives

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Description


Objectives

Activities

dairy production

beef productions

sheep production

We are going to cover the auxilliary systems of the engine i.e fuel system,lubrication system,cooling system,transmission and electrical system