ICT College has four schools which are fully developed. The schools offer fully registered and accredited courses. They include:

  • Fire Academy
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • School of Information Technology
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Disaster Management
  • School of Business

School of Commuinty Development

The department offers certificate, diploma and Advanced Diploma courses in Community Development examined by KNEC and The Association of Business Managers and Administrators (ABMA). This course equips students with skills and knowledge to work with communities as community workers, peer educators, community leaders as well as entrepreneurs, who can see and seize opportunities to develop community lives and livelihood

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School of Information Technology

These courses are aimed at equipping the learners with knowledge in computer skills and current trends in technology which will help them to utilize the skills learned to solve day-to-day business challenges. Computer literacy is an important element of success in today’s technology-driven world. This course is intended for students to learn concepts associated with key basic computing fundamentals, application software, and ethics and appropriate behavior while using technology as a tool in the classroom and in life


School of Engineering

Engineering is the practical application of science and math to solve problems, and it is everywhere in the world around you. From the start to the end of each day, engineering technologies improve the ways that we communicate, work, travel, stay healthy, and entertain ourselves. It requires education and skills that span a broad range of technical, social, environmental, and economic problems. Engineers are problem-solvers who want to make things work more efficiently and quickly and less expensively. Engineering makes our modern life possible. In particular, electrical and mechanical have made remarkable contributions to our world

disaster site

School of Disaster Management

The last three decades have seen a substantial rise in the number and frequency of disasters. Blame has solely been heaped on improper and uncontrolled human actions on the environment. While no country in the world is entirely safe, lack of capacity to limit the impact of hazards remains a major burden for most countries. Thus, in an attempt to reverse this trend, the discipline of disaster management has been incorporated in all developmental programs. Disaster management is a rapidly emerging subject and professionals with academic qualifications and practical experience have key roles in lessening the impact of human and ecological catastrophe.