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Contacts And Courses Offered At Bartek Institute In Kenya

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Bartek institute is a public institution in Kenya that credited by the ministry of education to offer courses that are relevant to the Kenyan job market. It was formed in 2003 by the Baringo teachers SACCO so as to benefit the society in training those who finish schools in the surroundings. The name of this college ‘Bartek’ was derived from two former districts; Baringo and Koibatek.

The main branch of Bartek institute is located in Eldama Ravine while the other branches are found in Kabarnet town, Marigat town and Kabartonjo town. They offer courses from certificate, diploma and higher diploma.

The courses offered by Bartek institute are recognized and their examinations are administered by boards such as Kenya national examination council (KNEC) and KASNEB in Kenya. Therefore, the courses offered by Bartek Institute includes higher diploma, diploma and certificate in:

  • Human resource management.

  • Computerized secretarial.

  • Business administration.

  • Social work and community development.

  • Sales and marketing.

  • Information communication technology.

  • Supply chain management.

  • Library information studies.

  • Project management.

  • Co-operative management.

  • CPA section I-VI

  • CPS section I-VI

  • CCP I-VI

  • ATC level I &II

  • CICT section I-VI

  • ICTT section I &II

The Bartek institute also has a training school that trains drivers in the following categories:

  • CLASS BCE (heavy commercial) – it costs Kshs.9400

  • CLASS E (light commercial) – it costs Kshs.8400

  • CLASS FG (motor cycles).

Those who may wish to pursue a course in computer application, they can still join Bartek institute because it also offers computer packages at an affordable fee. These packages include:

  • Introduction to computer.

  • Windows operating system.

  • Microsoft word.

  • Microsoft excels.

  • Microsoft access.

  • Internet and email.

  • Key boarding.

  • Microsoft publisher.

  • Computer maintenance.

  • Networking essentials.

  • Adobe PageMaker.

  • Microsoft InfoPath.

  • CD burning/writing.

  • Microsoft office outlook.

The enrolment of computer and driving courses are done daily.

For more enquiries about this institution, contact:

P.O. Box 80, Eldama Ravine, kenya.

Phone: 0720762030 and 053-21366

Email address: [email protected].

Website: www.bartek.ac.ke.


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