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  • Term 2 2019 - Opening Dates
    The institute will re-open on 23rd April (Diploma Students) and 29th April (Craft Students). All outstanding fees should be cleared Download the Memo
  • PBC April 2019 - Kisii Campus
    The institute has organized a PBC contractors course at KIHBT Kisii Campus Download The Invitation Letter.
  • July 2018 KNEC Certificates
    All Students Who sat Final Exams in July 2018 (Except - TEP Craft) and were successful are advised that the certificates are ready for collection. Queries on the same must be raised before 19th June 2019 Certification List
  • PBC Training with Business Module - 2019
    The institute has organized PBC training for roads contractors registered with NCA. Download the 2019 Training Schedule... View More Details on PBC...
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Electrical and electronics branch was started in 1997 when the former branch of staff training was transformed to a Technical Training Institute (KIHBT)
Since inception the branch has produced a total of 1355 middle level technologists and about 948 artisans most of whom are absorbed in industry as middle level managers, technologists and/or artisans
The branch offers both regular and short term courses which lead to:
  1. Higher Diploma
  2. Diploma Craft Certificates
  3. Proficiency certificate in:
    • Electrical installation
    • Government Trade Test Certificates
Head Of Electrical Branch
Branch Head
S. Ondigo
The certificates for all diploma and craft courses are awarded by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), with Higher Diploma course certificates coming from either KNEC or Mombasa Polytechnic University College (MPUC). The proficiency and Government Trade Test Certificates are awarded by the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT)


  • To equip trainees with relevant technical skills, knowledge, attitude and values to enable them serve as electrical technologists in the construction Engineering industry.
  • To produce electrical technologists to meet the market demand
  • To develop research skills in Electrical/Electronics technology
  • To promote creativity and innovation in technology

S. Ondigo