TU-K Hosts Pre-Retirement Training for 14 Staff Members
In its quest to ensure a seamless transition to retirement, the Human Resource Directorate recently held a pre-retirement workshop for employees expected to retire soon. The three day seminar saw a section of staff go through an elaborate counseling and teaching sessions on how they can manage their lives, appreciate the benefits of retirement and avoid psychological stress after retirement.
The training that was facilitated by the HRM Director, Mr. Magu Kihoro. Other facilitators were Bernard Opondo, Lucy King’ara and Sabina N’gang’a, a counselor in the student support services department.... Full story on TU-K Hosts Pre-Retirement Training for 14 Staff Members
The Engineering Technology Bill Makes Tremendous Progress in Parliament
The eagerly awaited proposed Kenya Engineering Technology and Technician Bill 2015, went through its second reading on 30th September, 2015. The Bill sailed through with twenty seven members of parliament supporting it and two members who also supported with amendments and one member who opposed it totally. The proposer of the Bill, Hon. Cecilia Ngetich said that she got overwhelming support from those who understand the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system as the system of education and training that will make Kenya achieve vision 2030. As the Chair of the... Full story on The Engineering Technology Bill Makes Tremendous Progress in Parliament
TU-K Professor To Chair National Innovation Agency
The Director of the School of Mechanical and Process Engineering, Prof Reuben O. Marwanga, has been appointed to chair the Kenya National Innovation Agency Board (KNIAB). The appointment letter dated October 26, 2015 was signed by the Cabinet Secretary for Education, Science and Technology, Prof Jacob Kaimenyi. Prof Marwanga becomes the first board chairman in the state agency responsible... Full story on TU-K Professor To Chair National Innovation Agency