Process Technology


Diploma in Process Technology - Petroleum Operations (Level 3)

Course Overview
The program is designed to provide a solid foundation of the Oil & Gas industry with emphasis on the refining of petroleum crude oil and the processing and purifying of raw natural gas, as well as the marketing and distribution of products derived from crude oil and natural gas. The college has partnered with several relevant companies to ensure every student benefits from this experience, and enters the marketplace fully prepared for a career in the various refinery plants in the region.

Course Structure

The course consists of fourteen (14) units with a total of 580 lecture hours. The college recommends 18 months to complete the Diploma programs. A minimum KCSE overall Grade of C- (Minus) or equivalent, with passes in mathematics and any science subject is required to enroll in the program. Examinations can be taken as single units based on City & Guilds Examination schedule. At the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete three (3) months industrial attachment and an internal research project.


Diploma in Process Technology - Petroleum Operations (Level 2 )

Course Overview
The program is designed to provide a solid foundation of the Oil & Gas industry with emphasis on the refining of petroleum crude oil and the processing and purifying of raw natural gas, as well as the marketing and distribution of products derived from crude oil and natural gas. The college has partnered with several relevant companies to ensure every student benefits from this experience, and enters the marketplace fully prepared for a career in the various refinery plants in the region.

Course Structure
A non-modular program examined by CITY & GUILDS (United Kingdom). The program is divided into ten (10) examinable units, requiring a total of 500 lecture hours. A minimum KCSE overall Grade of D (Plain) or equivalent, with passes in mathematics and any science subject is required to enroll in the program. Examinations can be taken as single units based on City & Guilds Examination schedule. At the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete three (3) months industrial attachment and an internal research project.


Diploma in Process Technology - Metal Production (Level 3)

Course Overview
The program is designed to provide a solid foundation in metal processing technology for iron, steel, aluminum and other non-ferrous industrial metals. At the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete three (3) months industrial attachment. The college has partnered with several relevant companies to ensure every student benefits from this experience, and enters the marketplace fully prepared for a career in the various metal processing plants in the region.

Course Structure

The program consists of twelve (12) units with a total of 580 lecture hours. The college recommends 18 months to successfully complete the Diploma program. A minimum KCSE overall Grade of C- (Minus) or equivalent, with passes in mathematics and any science subject is required to enroll in the program. Examinations can be taken as single units based on City & Guilds Examination schedule. At the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete three (3) months industrial attachment and an internal research project.


Diploma in Process Technology - Metal Production (Level 2)

Course Overview
The program is designed to provide a solid foundation in metal processing technology for iron, steel, aluminum and other non-ferrous industrial metals. At the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete three (3) months industrial attachment. The college has partnered with several relevant companies to ensure every student benefits from this experience, and enters the marketplace fully prepared for a career in the various metal processing plants in the region.

Course Structure
A non-modular program examined by CITY & GUILDS (United Kingdom). Level 2 program is divided into nine (9) units, requiring a total of 500 lecture and practice hours. A minimum KCSE overall Grade of D (Plain) or equivalent, with passes in mathematics and any science subject is required to enroll in the program. Examinations can be taken as single units based on City & Guilds Examination schedule. At the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete three (3) months industrial attachment and an internal research project.


Diploma in Minerals Processing

Course Overview
The program is designed to provide the mining Industry with competent and safety conscious Technicians with a broad grounding in the theory and practical aspects of science, engineering and ancillary disciplines relating to mining. Further, the program will equip students with knowledge and skills that will add value in the mining related operations in the region by highlighting best practices in areas of relevance to the mining industry, including issues of sustainable development.

Course Structure

This is a modular program examined by college with demonstrated competences in the industry. Diploma course consists of eight (9) terms, each three (3) months long. A minimum KCSE overall Grade of C (Plain) or equivalent, with passes in mathematics and any science subject is required to enroll in the program. Examinations are taken at the conclusion of every term, and students must pass the examination to advance to the next term. At the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete three (3) months industrial attachment.


Certificate in Mining Technology

Course Overview
The program is designed to provide the mining Industry with competent and safety conscious Technicians with a broad grounding in the theory and practical aspects of science, engineering and ancillary disciplines relating to mining. Further, the program will equip students with knowledge and skills that will add value in the mining related operations in the region by highlighting best practices in areas of relevance to the mining industry, including issues of sustainable development.

Course Structure

This is a modular program examined by college with demonstrated competences in the industry. Certificate course consists of two (2) modules, each 6 (6) months long. Minimum Entry Requirement is KCSE D+ (Plus) or equivalent. Examinations are taken at the conclusion of every term, and students must pass the examination to advance to the next term. At the conclusion of the program, students are required to complete three (3) months industrial attachment.

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