Board of Governors

Message From the Chairperson-Mrs. Esther Bungei

Provision of quality Technical and Vocational Skills are the key activities that will facilitate industrialization of Kenya by the year 2030. Aldai Technical Training Institute is one of the training institutions under the Ministry of Education thatwill endeavor to nurture globally competitive human capital that meets and exceeds industry expectation. It will also participate in research so as to discover ways and means of efficiently utilize the available resources. To achieve the Institute’ s vision of nurturing globally competitive human capital that meets and exceeds industry expectations, ATTI looks upon the government and other stakeholders to provide relevant syllabi and modern training facilities and equipment.

ATTI will on its part set up an efficient management structure that will efficiently mobilize and utilize the resources. The Institute`s strategic plan is geared towards developing a roadmap to the achievement of the vision and mission of the Institute.The successful implementation of the strategic plan is expected to improve the quality of teaching and learning and enable the Institute deliver its mandate.In conclusion I call upon all the government and other stakeholders to support the institution to achieve the goal of the strategic plan over the next five years.

Mrs.Esther J. Bungei
Chairperson Board of Governors

Board of Governors Members

Mrs. Esther Bungei


Mr. Justus H.K. Kosgei

Principal/Secretary B.O.G

Mr. Michael Rugut

Member/North Rift-TVET Director

Mr.Sammy Chumba

Member/Chair-Education,Training,Audit & Risk Management

Mr.Godfrey Chepkwony

Member/Chair-Finance,Audit & Infrastructure

The Board Of Governors

The Aldai Technical Training Institute was established as a public institute under the provisions of the Education Act (Cap 211). The vision, mission and objectives have been developed in line with the prevailing external and internal conditions which will guide its growth and development. In response to the dynamic society, the Institute is addressing the goals and objectives as expressed in TVET Act 2012, the goals enshrined in the Kenya Vision 2030, MTP II, MDGs, Ministry’s Sessional papers and issues contained in the Kenya constitution.

Emerging opportunities and challenges require continuous planning and reviewing by the Institute in order to enhance performance, customer focus and optimal service delivery, strengthening corporate image and social responsibility. The plan therefore articulates the Institute’s position within the contemporary trends in TVET education system, emerging issues and challenges, carries out situational analysis, outline strategic issues and activities, reviews the institutional action plans, make projection while assessing financial resources and puts in place strategies and mechanisms for implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

TVET philosophy

The TVET philosophy as encapsulated by Sessional Paper No. 14 of 2012 is based on national development agenda and in particular, Vision 2030. It is focused on providing skills that meet the needs of the workplace as well as self-employment. TVET is premised on the principle “Education and training for the workplace”. Thus TVET will be provided for the purpose of guaranteeing human and economic development with the outcomes being human resources fit for the market.

The TVET Act 2012 is an act of Parliament that provided for the establishment of a Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system. The broad objectives of the Act are;  To provide for governance and management of institutions offering technical and vocational education and training;  To provide for assessment, examination and certification; to institute a mechanism for promoting access and equity in training;  To assure standards, quality and relevance; to provide and for purposes incidental thereto or connected therewith.