This course is aimed at providing the trainee with knowledge and skills in analytical chemistry. Trainees will utilize the skills acquired in analytical, industrial and research laboratories or be self-employed. In addition, the course will impart general knowledge and entrepreneurial awareness to enable trainees to contribute positively in society.
Trainees should have any of the following minimum requirements:
Final Examination Papers – KNEC
At the end of the three years student will be awarded a diploma by KNEC
A project in this context means a piece of work carried out by an individual trainee. It may be practical, mathematics, evaluation, descriptive or research based project. It must have well defined objectives and presented as concise technical report.
For external examination (KNEC) students will present two written projects.
Assessment of the project work should be carried out by internal examiners of the institution and an assessor appointed by KNEC.
Students will only proceed for industrial attachment after they have covered ¾ of prescribed course work. The trainee should cover a minimum of 4 months for the attachment. During this period they should be attached to a relevant institution or industrial firm where he/she will be expected to familiarize himself/herself with most aspects of analytical methods and techniques to prepare for challenges in work environment once they graduate.