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Kenya Institute of Electronics and Technology in Kenya.

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Engineering is a course in Kenya that many would have prefers to pursue as a career but because of its tough requirements and hardness of the course, many end up not pursuing engineering in Kenya. There are various colleges in Kenya that offer engineering courses and Kenya institute of electronics and technology is one of them. This institution is recognized by the engineering board of Kenya and therefore offers accepted engineering courses in Kenya.

This college is located in Nakuru town in the first floor of Loncon House, opposite Giddo Plaza. It offers certificate and diploma courses in engineering. These courses include:

Certificate courses offered by Kenya institute of electronics and technology in Kenya

  • Certificate in electrical and electronics engineering.

  • Certificate in electronics engineering.

  • Certificate in electronics.

  • Certificate in electronics technology.

  • Certificate in electrical engineering technology.

  • Certificate in electrical technology.

  • Certificate in electrical installation.

  • Certificate in electrical power engineering.

  • Certificate in electrical repair and installation.

  • Certificate in motor vehicle systems.

  • Certificate in business management.

  • Certificate in computerized accounting.

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

  • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

  • Certificate in accounting and finance.

  • Accounting Technician Certificate (ATC).

  • Certificate in business information system.

  • Certificate in purchasing and supplies management.

  • Certificate in sales and marketing.

  • Certificate in management information technology.

  • Certificate in store keeping.

  • Certificate in human resource management.

  • Certificate in computer engineering and maintenance.

Diploma courses offered by Kenya institute of electronics and technology in Kenya

  • Diploma in business management.

  • Diploma in business information system.

  • Diploma in business administration.

  • Diploma in purchasing and supplies management.

  • Diploma in accounting.

  • Diploma in human resource management.

Contacts of Kenya institute of electronics and technology in Kenya

For more information about this institution and the qualification of each engineering course, you can contact them through the following address:

Kenya Institute of Electronics and Technology,

P.O. Box 15178,

Nakuru, Kenya.

Telephone number: 051 2214461

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Hailing from Nairobi, Kenya's bustling capital, Laura Wanjiru has always been at the crossroads of innovation and tradition. As a child, she was deeply fascinated by the range of products that would make their way into her family's household – from traditional Kenyan crafts to the latest technological gadgets.

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