Mr. Humphrey Juma Kilwake
Director, Technical and Vocational Education and Training
In developing the vision 2030, it was envisioned that a competency-based curriculum, will anchor Kenya’s transformative drive towards meeting the social, economic and political demands. Given effort by Government to mainstream TVET at all levels of Education in Kenya, Kibabii University is positioning itself to provide highly
skilled workforce through competence Based Training for industrialization. In order to contribute to one of the vision 2030 flagship project geared towards training more than 1 million artisans for Kenyan Market, the University has established the Directorate of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET). The directorate will
team up with academic Departments in various faculties and schools of the University and stakeholders to not only coordinate the development of dynamic curriculum responsive to the manpower needs of the economy but also review the existing Certificate and Diploma programmes to attain the TVETA standards for accreditation. Plans are underway to constitute a TVET board that will undertake the activities herein and to establish linkages and partnerships to support running of the TVET programmes.
To be a dynamic directorate of excellence in technical training, research and industrial development.
To develop competent, dependable, innovative and creative human resource that suits dynamic, technological trends for sustainable development