The College mandate, as derived from the TVET Act of 2013, is:

  • To implement and promote the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) policy.
  • To collect, manage and account for funds obtained from trainees, ministry, donors and development partners.
  • To recruit, remunerate, discipline, motivate and retain qualified teaching and non-teaching staff.
  • To implement the curriculum and supervise examinations on behalf of approved examination bodies.
  • To embrace gender balance and equity in staff recruitment, promotion and student enrolment.
  • To expand Information Communication Technology (ICT) facilities to enhance our technological capacity to remain relevant.
  • To expand academic opportunities for qualified Kenyans to access TVET programs.
  • To facilitate trainees’ retention and completion of programmes through Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) loans and bursaries.
  • To promote innovations, research and income generating projects.
  • To develop and improve infrastructural facilities and programmes.
  • To spearhead relevant exposure and linkages to both trainees and staff.
  • To promote corporate social responsibility.