KMTC Commits to Partner with Regulatory Bodies to Enhance Training
The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) will work with regulatory bodies and other stakeholders to enhance teaching and learning as well as address any challenges that may arise in the process, CEO Dr. Kelly Oluoch has said.
The CEO was speaking when he received a report from the Public Health Officers and Technicians Council of Kenya (PHOTC) on Wednesday, 19th April 2023 at the KMTC Headquarters in Nairobi.
“We have recommended the use of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programmes to ensure students and staff are equipped with the latest skills and knowledge in their respective fields,” PHOTC CEO Aggrey Oriema said adding that “We have suggested the need to strengthen the Alumni Association to facilitate networking and collaboration among graduates.”
Dr. Oluoch welcomed the recommendations saying they would help the institution improve its academic standards and produce highly skilled healthcare professionals.
“We appreciate the recommendations from PHOTC and are committed to implementing them to enhance the quality of education and training we offer to our students,” Dr. Kelly said reiterating KMTC’s commitment to enabling its graduates compete effectively in the job market and contribute to the development of the health sector in Kenya and beyond.
Mr. Oriema, emphasized the importance of collaboration between the council and institutions like KMTC to ensure the quality of health services in Kenya.
The meeting was attended by among others PHOTC’s Prof. Mohammed Karama and senior officials from both institutions.