Kabarnet MTC dates back to 1990 when it was established as MTC at the then Baringo District Development Institute now GTI Baringo.
It started by training certificate in Enrolled Community Nursing and Public Health Technicians upto 1999 when PHT bore Diploma in Public Health (in-service) in the year 2000. The Government of Kenya during the same period through the MOH had proposed to build MTC Kabarnet on a plot of 8 acres set aside next to Kabarnet District Hospital for the same project.
The project physically commenced on 13th May 1991 with then R. Valley P. C. Mr. Yusuf Hajji laying the foundation stone on 22nd May, 1991.
Though the project is still incomplete to date, we were able to shift from GTI to our new building next to the District Hospital on 19th February 2004.
The college is located in Kabarnet town, next to Kabarnet District Hospital. The campus is a few kilometres from the scenic Kerio Valley and Lakes Baringo and Bogoria.
The college currently offers Diploma in Environmental Health Science (in-service) and certificate in Enrolled Community Nursing (ECN).
Due to current demand for health workers in Kenya, the college is considering offering more courses in the near future.
The following positions make up the administrative structure:
• Deputy Principal
• Head of Faculties (2)
• Lecturers (15)
• Supportive staff (38)
Total staff - 52
We're proud of our top-of the art hostel facilities for our students. The completion of an ultra-modern hostel currently under construction is expected to further boost our efforts in accomodating more students and offering more courses at the campus.
Dinning Hall and Kitchen
Before, between and after classes -- and even on weekends, Kabarnet MTC gives you nutritious, high-quality meals, served at the modern dining hall.
You'll receive a meal card that entitles you to the Kabarnet MTC meals in the dining hall when you arrive on campus.
Kabarnet MTC is proud of her exemplary performance in athletics and sports.
From athletics to volleyball, football, basketball, rugby, netball, darts, table tennis, chess, scramble or badminton, Kabarnet MTC is a shining example of how games can enrinch a student's academic performance.
Put together with Nakuru and Eldoret MTCs, Kabarnet MTC remains the best in athletics, thanks to the students' exposure to the historic sceneries that are known to develop Kenya's household names in athletics.
Staff -- both lecturers and supportive staff -- manage sports, ensuring that our students are developed physically and academically as health professionals.
Kabarnet MTC is indebted to the good performance of the students' representaive council, composed of the following:
Chairman: Bernard Onyango Owino
Secretary: Emmy Sitonik
Treasury: Edna Chemalan
Sports Commissioner: Costine Onyango
Hostel Commissioner: Steve Owaga & Ann Karancha
Kitchen Commissioner: Hillary Mururi Josphat