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College on course to maintain ISO 9001:2008 re-certification
The College has put in place strategies to maintain ISO 9001: 2008.
Key among the strategies put in place are training workshops on data management and internal audits to monitor progress towards sustaining certification. Six lead auditors have also been trained as part of efforts to maintain the coveted certification.

The College, which got ISO-certified in July 2009 was recently re-certified by external assessors after a thorough evaluation of numerous processes.

To sustain the re-certification, College Management Representative Mr. Thomas Kisukwa led a team of facilitators to train more than 40 participants from various campuses in workshops held at Thika, Kabarnet and Nakuru MTCs between April and June 2013 in QMS sensitization, data management and internal quality audit.

Areas covered in the workshops included scales of measurement, data collection, analysis and presentation and introduction to SPSS for windows. Others were introduction to ISO 9001:2008, basic quality concept, quality management principles and ISO 9001:2008 requirements in relation to KMTC QMS.

"Giving birth can be easy. The difficult part is bringing up the baby," says Mr Kisukwa, adding that is why the College has put in place all the necessary strategies to ensure continued improvement of service delivery at KMTC.


 
 
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  College on course to maintain ISO 9001:2008 re-certification
The College has put in place strategies to maintain ISO 9001: 2008.
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Retirement Benefits Scheme grows and grows
The KMTC Staff Retirement Benefits Scheme (SRBS) has continued to register positive growth.
Workload and allocation policy developed for academic staff
A workload and allocation policy to guide academic staff in teaching and learning processes has been developed.
US University donates books to the College
KMTC's physiotherapy department has received book donations from Rocky Mountains University of Health Professionals, Utah, USA, counterpart.


KMTC signs this year's performance contract
KMTC signed the tenth cycle of the 2013/2014 performance contract with the Government on September 19, 2013 at a ceremony attended by all Board Chairmen and CEOs from the seven state corporations of the health ministry.
Three more medical colleges opened to create more opportunities for training
As part of its efforts to create more opportunities for training, KMTC has opened three new constituent colleges –in Bomet, Vihiga and Migori. This brings the number of MTCs to 36 distributed across 29 counties.
More than 6,700 students join KMTC to pursue wide range of certificate and diploma courses
More than 6,700 new KMTC students reported to various campuses in September 2013 to pursue a wide range of certificate and diploma courses.


East African legislative assembly delegates visit the college
East African Legislative Assembly delegates visited KMTC headquarters on September 19, 2013.


New Five-Year Strategic Plan unveiled
KMTC's five-year Strategic Plan covering year 2012-2017 has been rolled out.
College set to offer degree in Environmental Health Sciences
KMTC is set to offer a degree in Environmental Health Sciences after it signed a memorandum of agreement with Cardiff Metropolitan University (CMU) on July 8, 2013.
Three more medical colleges opened to create more opportunities for training
As part of its efforts to create more opportunities for training, KMTC has opened three new constituent colleges –in Bomet, Vihiga and Migori. This brings the number of MTCs to 36 distributed across 29 counties.
US University donates books to the College
KMTC's physiotherapy department has received book donations from Rocky Mountains University of Health Professionals, Utah, USA, counterpart.
Number of staff pursuing further training soars as College prepares to offer degrees
In an effort to improve the capacity of staff as the College prepares to transit to degree-awarding level, a number of KMTC staff are pursuing various programs at different levels, either fully or partially sponsored by the College.


Retirement Benefits Scheme grows and grows
The KMTC Staff Retirement Benefits Scheme (SRBS) has continued to register positive growth.
Workload and allocation policy developed for academic staff
A workload and allocation policy to guide academic staff in teaching and learning processes has been developed.
The College has put in place strategies to maintain ISO 9001: 2008.
KMTC signed the tenth cycle of the 2013/2014 performance contract with the Government on September 19, 2013 at a ceremony attended by all Board Chairmen and CEOs from the seven state corporations of the health ministry.
College on course to maintain ISO 9001:2008 re-certification
The College has put in place strategies to maintain ISO 9001: 2008.
 
     
   
     
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