To join KMTC to pursue a Certificate course, you must have a minimum grade of C- with specific qualifications in cluster subjects in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). For Diploma programmes, you must have attained a minimum grade of C with specific qualifications in cluster subjects. Upgrading courses require that a candidate has a certificate in a respective field while for Higher Diploma programmes, candidates must have attained a Diploma course according to the required guidelines.
For a Certificate course, a minimum grade of C- with relevant combination of other subjects is a requirement. The course takes two years except nursing course which takes two and a half years.
For a Diploma course, a minimum grade of C with relevant combination of other subjects such as English, Kiswahili, Biology, Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Physical Sciences. The course takes three years except for Community Health Nursing which lasts for three and a half years.
Upgrading, holders of a certificate in relevant fields and at least two years working experience. It takes two years except for community Health Nursing which takes eighteen months.
Higher Diploma, holders of basic diploma in relevant fields and at least a minimum working experience of two years. It takes one year.
Short courses, individuals and groups such as corporate bodies, companies and government ministries interested in any course or courses can make a written request for arrangement to be made. It takes two weeks to three months. For more information and details here is the link
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