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Diploma Courses offered at East African Institute of Certified studies (EAICS).

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Diploma Courses offered at East African Institute of Certified studies (EAICS).

East African Institute of Certified studies is a professional training institution where students learn new skills in a wide range of professional course, both at certificate and diploma levels. EAICS is the Nairobi Technology Village ‘Pasha center’, selected by the Ministry of Information Communication and Technology.

The college is equipped with latest ICT facilities that empower students socially and economically. The aim of EAICS is to develop competitive career that ICT market and other job markets. This institution is located at Mfungano Trade Center, 3rd Floor; junction of Haile Silesia Avenue and Mfungano Street next to Eastmatt supermarket.

Below is list of courses that are offered at various schools in East African Institute of Certified studies.

1)    School of Hospitality Diploma Courses.


a)     Food and Beverage production, sales and service management

b)    Food and beverage management

c)     Catering and management

d)    Travel and tourism

e)     Housekeeping management

f)      Hotel and Catering supervision

g)     Travel, Tourism and Hospitality management



2)    School of ICT Diploma Courses.


a)     Business Information System

b)    IT system support

c)     Information Communication Technology

d)    Software Development

e)     Networking

f)      Computer Repair and Maintenance

g)     Computerized secretarial

h)    Computerized accountancy



3)    School of Business Diploma Courses.


a)     Public Relations

b)    Sales and Marketing

c)     Business management

d)    Business Studies

e)     Marketing management

f)      Human Resource

g)     Secretarial Studies

h)    Front office Operations

i)       Customer care

j)       Accounting and Financial Reporting.

k)    Cooperative governance

l)       Accounts, ATC 1 &2 and CPA 1,2 and 3


4)    School of Media Diploma Courses.

a)     Mass Communication

b)    Digital Radio and TV Journalism

c)     Broadcast Journalism


5)    School of Social Sciences Diploma courses


a)     HIV testing and Counseling

b)    Criminology

c)     Project Planning and management

d)    Social Work

e)     HIV/AIDS Management

f)      Community Development

g)     Early Childhood Development Education

h)    Nutrition and Dietetics Management

i)       Project Planning and Management

j)       Counseling and Psychology

For more information visit www.eaics.co.ke or call 0722857455


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