Curriculum Review 

Review of KEWI curriculum started in November 2020 and it is at advanced stage for Certificates courses. The review and verification of competency based education and training intends to forge a common approach between the trainee and trainer relationship in order to realize a Participatory approach, industry driven, learner centered, multiple entry and exit, practical oriented, Trainers as facilitators of learning and aligning training to Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) and TVET. So far Occupational/ job analysis chat, task analysis chat, occupational standards and packaging of the curriculum has been done. What is remaining to conclude the curriculum review process is: Development of basic and common units – scheduled for early January 2021 and seeking approval from relevant authorities like Curriculum Development Assessment and Certificate Council (CDACC).

E-learning

Management has been working with the help of a consultant has develop a KEWI e-learning platform to enable KEWI meet its training, research, consultancy and outreach mandate with ease as well as comply with Covid-19 pandemic prevention measures. In the last one month, a lot of progress has been realized through series of back to back meetings which include:

  • The platform has been developed
  • All lecturers including part timers have been trained on the importance and use of e-learning platform
  • More than 1,000 ongoing students and all lecturers including part timers have been enrolled in the e-learning platform
  • Currently we are in the process of developing e-content
  • Training of students on how to use the e-learning platform has already started
  • Implementation of e-learning is ongoing

                LATEST NEWS

 

All our campuses have re-opened. Students will learn through a blended mode of learning which entails face to face and e-learning

  • First year students 2021 attend opening ceremony