Kasarani Technical and Vocational College Courses and Fees

Kasarani Technical and Vocational College Courses and Fee Structure

Kasarani Technical and Vocational College is a government-sponsored TVC institution that offers practical skills to the youth in artisan, certificate, diploma and CBET courses, ranging from engineering, business, hospitality, and agribusiness.

No matter the grade you have in KCSE, you can get a chance to pursue a career of your choice at the Kasarani TVC.

You can apply for the courses at the Kasarani TVC through the KUCCPS students portal or by visiting the Kasarani TVC website and download and fill the application form.

The duly filled application form can be hand-delivered to the principal, Kasarani TVC, or emailed to admissions@gmail.com.

You can also visit the college and pick the admission form.

Intakes are done in January, May and September.

Kasarani Technical and Vocational College is located 1.5 km from Kamulu shopping center, off Kangundo road, in Kasarani sub-county, Nairobi.

Diploma courses take 3 years to complete while certificate courses run for 2 years.  Artisan and CBET courses take 1 year to complete.

Diploma and certificate courses at Kasarani Technical and Vocational College are examined by KNEC, while artisan courses have TVET CDACC as the main examination body.

Minimum Requirements for Courses at Kasarani TVC

  1. Diploma courses: KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) OR Equivalent KNEC Craft Certificate
  2. Certificate courses: KCSE Mean Grade D (plain) OR Equivalent KNEC Artisan Certificate
  3. Artisan courses: KCSE Mean Grade D- (minus).
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Kasarani Technical and Vocational College Courses

1. Mechanical Engineering Department Courses

  • Diploma in Welding & Fabrication
  • Certificate Welding & Fabrication
  • Artisan in Welding and Fabrication
  • Manual Metal Arc Welding Level 4 (CBET, KCSE D plain or KNQA equivalent)

2. Building and Civil Engineering Department Courses

  • Dip in Building Technology
  • Craft in Building Technology
  • Certificate in Plumbing
  • Artisan in Plumbing

3. Automotive Engineering Department Courses

  • Diploma in Automotive engineering
  • Certificate in Automotive Engineering
  • Artisan in Motorvehicle Mechanics
  • Automotive Technician Level 5 (CBET, D plain or KNQA equivalent)

4. Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department Courses

  • Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering  (Power Option)
  • Craft Certificate in Electrical and Electronics Engineering  (Power Option)
  • Artisan in Electrical Installation

5. Business Studies Department Courses

  • Diploma in Human Resource Management
  • Certificate in Human Resource Management
  • Diploma in Supply Chain Management
  • Certificate in Supply Chain Management
  • Diploma in business management
  • Certificate in business management
  • Diploma in Social work & community development
  • Certificate in social work & community development

6. ICT and Computer Studies Department Courses

  • Diploma in ICT
  • Certificate in ICT
  • Diploma in Information Science
  • Certificate in Information Science

7. Hospitality Institutional Management Department Courses

  • Certificate in Catering and Accommodation
  • Craft Certificate in Food & Beverage
  • Artisan in Food and Beverage
  • Food and Beverage Level 4 (CBET, KCSE D- or KNQA equivalent)
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8. Agriculture and Environmental Studies Courses

  • Agri-Business Development
  • Horticulture Nursery Management Level 3 (just requires a KCPE certificate)
  • Certificate in General Agriculture

9. Short Courses

  • Cake Baking and Icing (open to anybody, 2 weeks (April, Aug & Dec))
  • Basic Cookery and Pastry (open to anybody, 2 weeks (April, Aug & Dec))
  • Confectionery (open, 2 weeks (April, Aug & Dec))
  • Digital Literacy (Any grade in KCSE, 3 months, April, Aug & Dec)

Kasarani TVC Fees

Kasarani TVC charges a fee of Ksh 56,420 per year in all their courses.

When you enroll in a TVET institution, the government pays for you a capitation fee of Ksh 30,000 per year for the duration of the course you are taking.

This means your parent or guardian will only pay for you the remaining Ksh 26,420.

If you are not able to cater for the ksh26,420, as a TVET student you have a chance to apply for a HELB loan up to Ksh 40,000.

You can get more information including brochure, current fee structure, HELB Loan application form, and student application form at the Kasarani TVC website download page: kasaranitechnical.ac.ke/downloads.

Kasarani TVC Contacts

Phone: 0716 685 054

Email: info@kasaranitechnical.ac.ke

P.O. Box 51898 – 00200, Nairobi.

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