KMTC Entry Requirements

For you to join and pursue a course at Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) you must’ve attained the Required Mean Grade with Specific Cluster Subjects Qualifications in your KCSE, or have a Certificate or basic Diploma in relevant fields when upgrading.
Published on Apr 27, 2022 by CalebCategory Resources

      172
KMTC Entry Requirements

The following table is a summary of the requirements for courses offered at the KMTC.

LEVEL OF TRAINING

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

DURATION OF TRAINING

Certificate A minimum KCSE Mean Grade of C- (MINUS), with relevant combination of other subjects. Two (2) Years, except Nursing which takes 2½ Years.
Diploma KCSE Mean Grade of C (PLAIN), or equivalent, with relevant combination of other subjects such as English, Kiswahili, Biology, Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Physical Sciences. Three (3) Years, except Community Health Nursing which takes 3½ Years.
Upgrading Holders of a Certificate in relevant fields and at least Two (2) Years working experience. Two (2) Years, except Community Health Nursing which lasts 18 Months.
Higher Diploma Holders of a basic Diploma in relevant fields and at least Two (2) Years working experience. One (1) Year
Short Courses Individuals and groups such as corporate bodies, companies and government ministries interested in any course or courses can make a written request to KMTC for arrangements to be made. Two (2) Weeks – Three (3) Months

Also Read:

About the Author

Caleb  Mwema
Caleb Mwema

I’m a beginner tech and biz enthusiast, and a blogger of stuff I find useful and interesting in my adventures as a Kenyan. Click on LinkedInTwitter, Facebook and Instagram to like and follow my pages on the mentioned socials.

Send me an Email

Like, Share & Comment

So, was this article useful or interesting? Like, share and leave your comment below.



SMS
WhatsApp
Email


Prev Article Next Article

Most Recent Articles

Things That Your Customers Want To Hear From You In Your Small Business
Things That Your Customers Want To Hear From You In Your Small Business
Business is not only about financial transactions but also personal interchange between human beings, that ideally lead to long-term business relationships. Here are some of the things that your clients want to hear you say when they walk into your store.
Read more 309
How To Beat Existing And Established Businesses In Your Trade As A Small Business
How To Beat Existing And Established Businesses In Your Trade As A Small Business
95% of the time, someone else already ventured and is doing well in that small business you’re looking to start. So how do you get in there and win? Outlined below are a few ways on how to work your way up amidst the old and highly competitive businesses.
Read more 312
Important Times To Stay Open As A Small Business When Others Are Closed
Important Times To Stay Open As A Small Business When Others Are Closed
There are times of the week, month or year when most businesses are closed. As a small and fast growing business, you want not to be among the most. This article outlines the various periods when it’s important to remain operational as a small enterprise.
Read more 311
#teQniQal

Most Viewed Articles

Chapter Six Requirements (Clearances)
Chapter Six Requirements (Clearances)
If you’ve applied for a job recently, especially in any government or public institution, you must have come across advertisements saying that you must fulfill the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010. What are these requirements?
Read more 1.6K
How to Apply for a Certificate of Good Conduct
How to Apply for a Certificate of Good Conduct
The Certificate of Good Conduct, also known as the Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) or Good Conduct Certificate, is a certificate issued by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in Kenya confirming your/applicant’s criminal record status.
Read more 1.6K
How to Apply for a TSC Number Online for Kenyan Citizens
How to Apply for a TSC Number Online for Kenyan Citizens
The Teachers Service Commission Act 2012 under Article 237, requires the commission to register all qualified teachers (and issue them with the Certificate of Registration bearing a TSC number) before they can teach in any public or private institution.
Read more 934
eCards by teQniQal
Blog  |  Privacy  |  Terms