You are required to report to college with the first admission fees deposit of Ksh. 10000 and start your online training course through eLearning Portal


FEES STRUCTURE

ITEM

TERM I

TERM II

TERM III

TOTAL

TUITION FEES

9000

6500

6000

21500

PERSONAL EMOLUMENT

1000

1000

REPAIRS, MAINTANANCE & IMPROVEMENT

LOCAL TRAVEL & TRANSPORT

ELECTRICITY, WATER & CONSERVANCY

MEDICAL

ACTIVITY

INSURANCE

ATTACHMENT

TOTAL PER TERM

10,000

6,500

6,000

22,500

TOTAL PER YEAR

 

 

 

22,500


NOTE:

  1. All new trainees shall pay 10000/= for Students Online Portal Account Creation, Admission and first 11/2 (Call for any adjustments if there is need for).
  2. All trainees shall pay 12500/= remaining fees installments at the rate of 6500 and 6000 respectively.
  3. Examination fee is completely covered in the last installment payment of Ksh. 6000 mentioned above (2) and is a must to be paid before the end of the last semester or Lesson sessions of the student.
  4. Trainees shall arrange for their own accommodation and meals since some of the short courses are purely online (Open Distance e-Learning). (Lessons full of Lecture Contents, Audios and Practical Video Tutorials).
  5. All fees is paid to the EQUITY BANK- NAIROBI BRANCH. ACCOUNT NO. 0350179850639  ACCOUNT NAME: JOEL BARASA
  1. The fees above is applicable to Open Distance e-Learning registered trainees.

COLLEGE RULES AND REGULATIONS

THE FOLLOWING RULES AND REGULATIONS APPLY TO ALL STUDENTS IN THIS COLLEGE 

Breach of any of these rules and regulations shall lead to suspension and/or expulsion

  1. PUNCTUALITY: Observe the daily College programmes strictly
  2. CLASS ATTENDANCE: Students must attend all lessons and do all assignments
  3. ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: Students not measuring up to the required standard as stipulated in academic policy may be discontinued.
  4. MODE OF DRESSING: Students should observe personal hygiene and dress decently.
  5. CLEANLINESS: Students will attend to cleanliness requirements in the following areas:- workshops, technical drawing rooms, dormitories, dining hall and classrooms. All students are expected to maintain a clean environment.
  6. DRUG ABUSE: Smoking, taking of any addictive drugs and alcoholic drinks is prohibited.
  7. CARE OF PROPERTY: Everyone is expected to respect Institutional/personal property. Any damage or loss or abuse of such property shall be accounted for by the individual concerned.
  8. RESTRICTED AREAS: The following areas are out of bound:
  9. Staff room to students
  10. kitchen to students and visitors
  11. VISITORS: All visitors should report to the office. Unless with express permission from the office, no visitors will be allowed to see a student during class time. Visitors may see students during break and lunch.
  12. SUSPENSION: Once a student has been suspended, he/she will be escorted by the security officer out of the college/ partnered company’s compound.
  13. OUTINGS: Absence from College shall be with express authority from the office of the Dean.
  14. SICKNESS: All cases of sickness must be reported to the officer in charge or the duty master
  15. RESPECT: All students are expected to display responsible behavior, problems, if any shall be solved through established channels. All are expected to display a high degree of respect to the staff, visitors, themselves and their colleagues.
  16. RESPECT IS NOT DEMANDED, IT IS COMMANDED

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

SNO

COURSE

REQUIREMENTS

REFERENCE AND STATIONARY

1

Electrical/mechatronics Engineering

1.        Digital Multimeter

2.        Carpenter’s tape.

3.        Phase tester.

4.        Wire stripper.

5.        Navy blue apron.

6.        Soldering iron.

7.        Scientific calculator FX570ms.

8.        A set of pliers (General long nose and side cutter).

Technical drawing.

1.        T-square 650mm(NOT PLASTIC)

2.        30×60 and 45×450 set square – 280mm.

3.        Protractor 180* – Diameter 150mm (PLASTIC).

4.        Technical drawing set

5.        Steadler pencil – 2H – 4H and HB.

6.        White steadler rubber.

One roll ½ masking tape.

 

1.        A ream of printing papers

2.        4spring files (plastic)

2

Food and Beverage

Production area

1.        Chef’s jacket.

2.        Chef’s hat.

3.        Checked skirt/trouser. For skirt half way the leg.

4.        Tea towel

5.        A pair of oven gloves.

6.        Blue scarf.

7.        Flat black leather shoes.

                Restaurant area.

1.        Black skirt /trouser. For skirt (just below the knees.

2.        White long sleeved blouse /shirt.

3.        Black half coat.

4.        Black bow tie

5.        1 glass cloth (white).

6.        1 tray cloth (white).

7.        Bottle opener.

1.        Cooking explained by Davis

2.        Food and beverage control by kotas

3.        Practical cookery by Victor Ceserani and David Fosket

4.        A ream of printing papers

5.        4spring files (plastic)

3

Information Communication technology

1.        Flash disk at least 1GB

2.        5 CD-RW.

 

1.        A ream of printing papers

2.        4spring files (plastic)

3.        1ream of photocopying papers

3 b)

Software Engineering and App Development (Advanced short course for skills and market demand)

1.        Flash disk at least 1GB

2.        5 CD-RW.

3.        Laptop corei-3, i-5 or core i-7, HDD 500gbs, 1.83GHzps speed.

4.        Internet Connection 24 hrs for online tutorial access.

 

1.        Student email which shall be created immediately after the first required fees deposit.

2.        Zoom link accounts which shall be availed by the Company for live conferencing to the students/trainees.

4

Nutrition and Dietetics Management

1.        Standard white lab coat.

2.        Black leather low heeled shoes (closed).

3.        Tea cloth.

4.        Disposable hand gloves(1 packet)

5.        Kenya National Clinical and Diebetics reference manual.

1.        A ream of printing papers

2.        4spring files (plastic)

3.        1ream of photocopying papers

 

5

Hair dressing and beauty therapy

1.         Apron – purple.

2.        Rollers 6pks

3.        Combs assorted

4.        Water spray

5.        A pair of scissors

6.        Perm rods 6pks

7.        Towels –white, 2 pieces medium size

Any other colour 2pcs medium size

1.        A ream of printing papers

2.        4spring files (plastic)

3.        1ream of photocopying papers

 

 

6

Automotive Engineering

Technical  Drawing

1.        T-Square 650mm(NOT PLASTIC)

2.        30×60, 45×450 set square – 280mm.

3.        Protractor 180* – Diameter 150mm (PLASTIC).

4.        Technical drawing set

5.        Pencil – 2H and HB (staedler).

6.        White staedler rubber.

7.        Scientific calculator.

Workshop Tools

1.        A set of screw drivers

·         6*flat end

·         4* flat end

·         Star screw end

2.        Digital voltimeter

3.        Ring spanners in the range of 6 -7,

16 – 17 (set).

4.        Open ended spanners in the range of 6 -7, 16 – 17 (set).

5.        A pair of pliers.

Industrial attire

1.        An overall or dust coat(dark blue)

2.        Leather boots.

1.        Fundamental of motor vehicle technology by Hann and Huller

2.        Motor vehicle technology and practical work by Dolan

3.        Motor vehicle engineering science

4.        Motor vehicle science and calculation Book 1 and 2 by Arnold

5.        Any technical drawing book

6.        A ream of printing papers

7.        4spring files (plastic)

8.        1ream of photocopying papers

9.        4 A4 quire books

10.     Enough pens

7

Building and Civil Engineering

Industrial Attire

1.        An overall or dust coat(dark blue)

2.        Leather boots

Workshop tools.

1.        Tape measure (good quality)

2.        Scientific calculator.

Technical drawing.

1.        T-square 650mm(NOT PLASTIC)

2.        30×60 and 45×450 set square – 280mm.

3.        Protractor 180* – Diameter 150mm (PLASTIC).

4.        Technical drawing set

5.        Steadler pencil – 2H – 4H and HB.

6.        White steadler rubber.

7.        One roll ½ masking tape.

1.        Carpentry and joinery volume I & II by Brian Porter for carpentry and joinery course

2.        Advanced carpentry and joinery by Frank Hilton for carpentry and joinery course

3.        Construction technology volume I & II by Chelly for masonry and building technology courses

4.        Building construction by Ezers for masonry and building technology courses

5.        A ream of printing papers

6.        4spring files (plastic)

7.        1ream of photocopying papers

8.        Enough pens

9.        Drawing board size A0

 

8

Agriculture

1.        A jembe.

2.        Dust coats/cloves.

3.        Gumboots.

4.        Panga/Slasher.

1.        A ream of printing papers

2.        3spring files (plastic)

3.        A ream of photocopying papers

4.        4 A4 quire books

5.        Enough pens

6.        Nature and properties of soil/as shall be directed by course trainers


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