Administration

Principal/ Head of the Institution

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you all to Baringo Technical College. This is one of the public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions offering middle and tertiary training which offers creative and innovative courses. The specialized course offered here are full time facilitated through five admitting departments providing practical instruction, namely; Building, Civil and Electrical Engineering, Business and Development  Studies, Hospitality and Dietetics Management, Mechanical and Automotive Engineering and  Information Communication Technology. The management of the institution is governed through the Board of Governors  operating under the Ministry of Education, State Department for Vocational and Technical Training.

Benjamin Kimitei
Benjamin Kimitei

Deputy Principal

Baringo Technical College  is a government flagship project set up to champion specific TVET courses together with other TVET institutions country wide .To be able to accomplish this, we have to set high standard quality service delivery and pursue them to fulfill our mandate. The main propellant of our commitment is the trust bestowed upon us by the government and other main stakeholders who have always and tirelessly supported us realize our goal.

It is therefore expected that as a TVET institution we reciprocate this gesture by intensifying creativity and innovation through quality training and in collaboration with other institutions and industry players. With God’s help we shall strive to strengthen internal quality control mechanisms and expand college infrastructure to accommodate ever increasing student population and hence play our role towards actualizing vision 2030.

Dean of Students

Rufus Muriuki

Rufus Muriuki

The Dean of Students is strongly committed to providing liaising support, advising and general counseling to all  students. The dean serves as a link between the college administrators and students associations e.g. students council. The Dean is in charge of Students affairs,  Kitchen, Library, House keeping, Guidance and counseling, Disciplinary committees, Heath and cleanliness, co- curricula activities  among others.

Registrar

Lucy Boboti

Lucy Boboti

In pursuit of Kenya National Goal of Vision  2030 and the Institutions Vision ,Mission and Strategic objectives, The office of  Registrar is committed to continuously ensure the courses offered remain competitive and market responsive. Registrar’s office is responsible for the supervision and management of all admissions, examinations, marketing/outreach and performance contracting. Through marketing progammes, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS), sponsored students through National Youth Service (NYS)  and Equity, we enroll our students in Craft and Diploma Certificate courses offered in five departments. Intakes are in January and September for students taking modular and those taking TEP courses their intake is supposed to be in may and January. Currently the examination body is Kenya National Examination Council(KNEC) which offers examination in July and November every year

Head of Department Guidance & Counselling

Ann Chepyegon

Ann Chepyegon

Guidance and Counselling has recent evolved in institutions. It is an helping hand in  education and it is a requirement in the TVET Education Policy in line with the Labour Institutions Act(LIA).

Its primary mandate aims to enhance trainees general discipline and conduct. The department works across other departments helping students to cope with social problems. It also aids to minimize/eliminate issues of drugs and substance abuse amongst trainees. This assists the trainees to achieve better academic performance. The role of Guidance and Counseling therefore help trainees to comply with the Kenyan national legislation which is in line with Chapter 6 of our Constitution

Deputy Dean of students

Patricia Kipsang

Patricia Kipsang

The dean of students office has a strong commitment to fostering student development, particularly in the acquisition of personal values, which create a respect for individual difference, cultural diversity and equal opportunity. The staff strives to meet the varied needs of all students through advocacy program support, advising and general counseling.

We pride ourselves as an office where upon contact, students and families will have an answer to their questions, a solution to their problem, or an effective referral to the office or professional who can answer their question

Programs and services include; Guidance and counselling, Library, Sports, Clubs & Societies , HIV & AIDS , Drug & substance abuse, peace  building  and Environmental conservation

Deputy Registrar

Clement Tison

Clement Tison

The office of Deputy registrar deputize the office  of the registrar  in all the responsibilities, but the core mandate is marketing of the institution. We are committed to reach  all the national border in ensuring that our intake is as diverse as our country’s cultural diversity

Industrial Liaison Officer (ILO)

Symon KipsaitaThe Baringo Technical College Industrial Liaison Office is dedicated to creating and strengthening mutually beneficial relationship between BTC and corporations nationally and internationally. We are committed to strong industrial linkages in order to strengthen training across the five departments. ILO coordinates attachment and assessment activities by providing avenues to industries for provision and updates of new technologies thus exposing the trainees to real work situation