BUILDING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Building and Civil Engineering Department was started in 2018, offering Craft and Artisan programs in Masonry and Plumbing using Technical Education Program (TEP) Curriculum, and Building Technician level 6 using CBET curriculum.
The department is growing steadily and has become fully operational .The department has a population of over 100 students currently.
BUILDING TECHNICIAN LEVEL 6.
This is an engineering course where students cover areas related to construction of buildings. Units covered during the studying include Mathematics, Surveying Estimate and Costing, Entrepreneurship, Structures, Construction Material, Measurement of Building Works, Construction Plans, CADD, Building Services, Technical Drawing, Concrete Technology.
NEW DIPLOMA PROGRAMS
Currently, the department is planning to start offering the following diploma programs.
- DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
This is an engineering course where students are exposed to design construction of roads, bridges and dams. Units cover during their study include Mathematics, Surveying, Estimate and Costing, Technical Drawing, Entrepreneurship Education, Concrete Technology, Geology Technology, Structures, Construction Materials, Construction Plans, Measurements of Building Work, Water Supply and Transport Engineering.
- DIPLOMA IN WATER ENGINEERING
This is an engineering course where students learn more about ground water, water supply, waste water management, water quality, drilling, water resource management.
- DIPLOMA IN LAND SURVEY
This is an engineering course that will provide students with competitive age in careers such as
- mapping /GIS technician
- civil engineer
- land surveyor
- urban planner
The students applying for all diploma courses must have a mean grade of C- (minus) and above at KCSE and they should have done and passed Mathematics, Physics and English.
The department currently offers three artisan programs. These are
The trainee intending to take an artisan course must have sat the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education D (plain) or above.
Craft programs are offered under the KNEC Curriculum.
Craft programs are examined by KNEC.
The department currently offers three artisan programs. These are:
The trainee intending to take an artisan course must have sat the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) Examination or above.
Artisan programs are offered under the KNEC
Artisan programs are examined by KNEC.
We have two intakes for the diploma programs; January/ May/ September.
Internal examinations are administered by the College in form of continuous assessments and end of term examinations. The trainee sits for a National Examination at the end of two years.
It is a requirement that for every module, course work is sent to KNEC. These are marks from continuous assessment tests (CATS), assignments and end of term examinations.