To provide excellent vocational training, research and consultancy for career growth and national development
A leader in Vocational skilling for empowerment and transformative development.
In order for the college to fulfill its mandate the following objectives are our Centre of focus;
1. To provide vocational skills training for employment entry, career growth and development
2. To upgrade the graduates of the BTVET institutions from craft level to technician level of the UVQF,
3. To provide upgrading training for workers in industries to cater for needs of the growing industries
4. To upgrade the skills of in-service instructors of BTVET Institutions sfsd
The principal is the head of the college and is assisted by two Deputy Principals I.e. the Deputy Principal Administration and the Deputy Principal Training. There are eight departments directly involved in the execution of the training programmes. These departments are Electricity, Electronics, Machining and fitting, Motor Vehicle Mechanics, wood working, Plumbing and Sheet metal, Welding and Fabrication and Building and construction The Instructor and manager training department addresses the BTVET Instructors’ training delivery skills and managers. All the 9 departments are managed by a Head of Department (HOD), 2 senior instructors, 3 Instructors and 2 Assistant Instructors. All Instructors have benefited from skills transfer from JICA Experts and German experts who are attached to each department. The college receives short-term JICA experts and German experts from time to time when it is necessary for specialized training in different areas.
Basic training programmes Admission for basic, both full time and part time starts at the beginning of January as soon as O’level results are released. Advertisements are run in the news media and the minimum requirement for applicants is “O” level or its equivalent with good passes in English, Math and Sciences. Applications duly filled in are returned to the reception and thereafter, the short listed applicants undertake verification and successful applicants report for training during the 2nd week of February of each year. Special Training Programs Enrollment is done on request by the interested persons and organizations. In-service Instructor and Managers Training The enrollment is handled by the Department of Teacher Instructor Education and Training (TIET)