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About Us

Kisiwa Technical Training Institute, registration number MOHEST/PC/1144/09, under the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology was formally registered as East Bukusu Kisiwa Youth Club of the Elgon Nyanza District on 27th November, 1961 by the Kenya Youth Club Association and the first Courses were; Shoe making, Carpentry and Masonry and the founder members were Domnick Wetang’ula and Sylvester Kituyi with the objective of preparing the youth for self reliance and employment. Over the years, the institute has gone through different phases: In 2006 it acquired an exam centre, on 7th December, 2008 the Technical Training Institute was launched and the first Principal was posted in May, 2009 (Mr. Sabulei K. Moses); First admission was done in September, 2009. Currently it has 38 TSC Lecturers, 92 B.O.M Lecturers and 59 workers and support staff. The institute is located to the Eastern slopes of Kabuchai hills in West Nalondo Location, Bungoma central sub-county. It is situated on Five (5) acres of land with Title deed. The student enrolment as per now stands at 2500 Students. The institution is managed by a board of Governors made up of the chairman, secretary, county director of education (TVET), and other seven professionals.

Our Vision

To be a world class institution in Innovation, Science and Technolgy, Enginnering and Industrial Development.

Our Mission

To provide Quality and Market Oriented Technical and Scientific Training , Research and Services for Socia-Economic Prosperity.

Quality Policy

Kisiwa Technical Training Institute is committed to produce knowledgeable, skilled, innovative and responsible manpower in Entrepreneurship, Research, Science and Technology to meet the changing needs of industry and society.

To meet this commitment, the Institute shall comply with all applicable requirements and continually improve on her effectiveness by implementing a Quality management System based on ISO 900:2015.

The Institute shall review this quality policy and established quality objectives on annual basis to ensure continuing suitability.

Service Delivery Charter
Inquiries Courtesy Nil 5 Minutes
Response to written correspondence Correspondence Nil Immediate
Issue of transcripts for end of term exams Attempted Exam Nil 30 days
Disposal of disciplinary cases for students unless referred to BOG Appear before the panel Nil 14 days
Disposal of cases for staff Appear before the panel Nil 30 days
Issue of official receipts Payment Nil Instant
Sale of tender documents Payment Kshs.1000 21 days
Payment of valid invoices Delivery of goods/services Nil 30 days
Admission of students Admission letter Nil 15 minutes
Orientation and induction of students Presence Nil 14 days
Commencement of lessons Valid card Valid card 14 days
Marking and return of scripts to students Exam Scripts Nil 14 days
Assessment of students on attachment Payment of attachment fee Kshs.2500 45 days


Any service that does not conform to the above standards or any officer who does not live up to commitment to courtesy and excellence in Service Delivery should be reported to:
a. The Principal Kisiwa Technical Training Institute on Tel: +254727349963or,
b. The Commission Secretary/Chief Executive Officer, Commission on Administrative Justice, 2nd Floor, West End Towers, Waiyaki way, Nairobi.
P.O. Box 20414-00200 Nairobi
Tel : +254 (0)20 240337/0722970604
Email : info@ombudsman.go.ke