Mr . Don Adongo Ochieng’

HOD, Electrical Engineering Department

The department is currently independent after being split from Building/Electrical department. The Department is growing very fast in terms of student population with current population of about 500 trainees. The department is fully equipped with Two(2) modern Electrical Workshops. Apart from KNEC examinable courses the department also offers Electrical Installation Level 5 which is a CBET course.


The department has several Trainers employed by the Public Service Commission  (PSC) in addition to B.O.M trainers and two Technicians;

1)Mr Don Adongo Ochieng’ ( Head of Department)

2) Mr Wilson Mutoro ( Head of Section, Electrical Engineering)

3) Mr William Korir ( Head of section, Electronics Engineering)

4) Madam Faith Ndiwa (Guidance and counseling officer)

5) Mr. Kituyi Manasseh (In Charge of Engineering Mathematics)

6) Mr Philip Wandabwa

7) Mr Fred Kiriswa

8) Mr Derrick Mulupi

9) Mr Edwin Murumba

10) Mr Bornface Sangula

11) Mr Ambrose Barasa (Industrial Linkages)

12) Mr Emmanuel Wanjala

13) Mr Joseph Sifuna

14) Mr Khisa Fred Barasa (Projects coordinator)

15) Mr Wamukumbi Kennedy ( Electronics )

16) Mrs. Alice Nabangala (Technician 1)

17) Mr. Luturian Zakayo (Technician 2)

Available Courses

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02/DEE/I/2017Diploma in Electrical Engineering (apply)IJAN / SEPTKCSE C-3 TermsNOV/JULYKNEC
02/DEE/II/2017Diploma in Electrical Engineering (apply)II JAN / MAYPass Mod.I2 TermsJULY/NOVKNEC
02/DEE/III/2017Diploma in Electrical Engineering (apply)IIIJAN / MAYPass Mod. II2 TermsJULY/NOVKNEC
02/CEE/I/2017Craft in Electrical Engineering (apply)IJAN / SEPTKCSE- D3 TermsNOV/ JULYKNEC
Diploma course requires one to do three modular examinations every year while certificate has two exams. Artisan course has one final exam. A trainee also has to proceed for a three month compulsory attachment before the end of the course.

The department  has competent trainers, With three workshops for training . The department has enough soft copy engineering books and adequate training materials. The department is focused to impart both practical and theoretical knowledge and skills to trainees. We are geared to produce competent and practical skill based technicians in the country . The department is keen on safety and security for trainers and trainees. we encourage trainees to observe safety procedures during training by having the right PPE such as Aprons, gloves, hardhats and steel toe caps. The examining bodies are Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) and Matili Technical Training Institute and NITA. The department also offers Government Trade Test (GTT Exams) as an examination centre.

We admit new trainees in January and September Every academic year.